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Advice for Caregivers

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9 Tips to Improve Communication with Someone Who Has Dementia

Patience and respect can make things easier on your loved one.

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6 Lessons Learned Through Caregiving

These helpful reminders show us why caregiving makes us better people in the long run.

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Millennial Caregivers Are Navigating Uncharted Waters

Young adults face a host of modern challenges as they take on their loved ones’ care.

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Caregiving Holiday Christmas Guide

A Caregiver's Guide to the Holidays

These eight caregiving tips will help make the holiday season a happier, simpler season for all.

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Tips To Help Seniors Declutter

5 Tips To Help Seniors Declutter

Aging in place is easier for the elderly, and their caregivers, when the home is clutter-free.

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6 Tips for Communicating With Those Who Have Advanced Alzheimer's

Show your loved one you care with little gestures. 

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Where to Turn When Your Adult Child Has Developmental Disabilities

Public and private agencies, plus a personal support network can help overcome obstacles.

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5 Tips for Effective Long-Distance Caregiving

Stay in touch with the primary caregiver, hold conference calls with doctors and more.

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5 Ways to Combat Illegal Robocalls

Scam callers target older adults, but there are ways to protect your loved one.

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5 New Year’s Resolutions for Caregivers

Exercise, learn about long-term care, go the doctor and other ways to improve your life this year 

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When You Become a Caregiver: Taking on a New Role

Caring for a loved one alters your relationship, but a wealth of resources can help you navigate. 

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3 Tips to Handle a Loved One’s Hostility

When you keep in mind that dementia is the cause, it can aid your understanding.

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How to Talk to a Loved One Whose Judgment is Impaired

Gentle suggestions can help your loved one feel more secure under your watch.

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Advice for Dealing with a Loved One Who is Uncooperative

If your family member is resistant to getting an Alzheimer’s evaluation, a calm discussion can make a difference.

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