As a family caregiver, sometimes recognizing the needs of your aging loved one is easy--like needing help to recover after a surgery--but other times, anticipating their care needs can be a challen
Having the ability to take care of an aging loved one or parent can be incredibly rewarding.
Technology is a powerful tool for those who live far from home.
When it comes to figuring out whether or not your parent or loved one needs a caregiver at home, the process can be a little confusing. What exactly should you look for?
Companion care is a wonderful thing, and sometimes it’s the only type of care at home an aging adult ever needs.
Once you’ve been able to identify that your loved one has a need for care at home, the next step is researching and hiring a caregiver.
Would it shock you to learn that hospital Medicare readmission rates in America were at an all-time high between 2005 and 2011?
Finding the right person to care for your loved one has the power to bring great joy to the whole family.
Aging is easy until it isn’t; for those of us who are determined to remain in our own home as we age, there are unique challenges that can come with that choice.
The decision to take over the physical or financial care for your aging parent is not usually one that comes easily.
Through our conversations with people, we’ve discovered that there are many misconceptions when it comes to aging.