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Tips for Managing Caregiver Stress

If you are a caregiver for a senior loved one, you know how tough it can be, both mentally and physically. It can be overwhelming, especially if it becomes a full-time job! You need to expect some adjustments and know that even if it’s hard to...

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Risk Factors for Strokes Among Seniors

As the fourth leading cause of death in America, stroke statistics are frightening, to say the least. Someone will die from a stroke every five minutes. So, it pays to know more about stroke, how it happens, who is at risk, and what to do should one...

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How to Communicate Effectively with Aging Parents Who are Stubborn

Anyone who has become a caretaker for aging parents knows that as they age, they can become stubborn. Whether it’s dementia setting in, medications, or just a loss of control, seniors can become obstinate as they age and that can present its own...

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Losing Caregiver Guilt and Living at Peace

If you are feeling a bit guilty when it comes to taking care of your older loved ones, you are not alone. Negative emotions are quite common as you walk the caregiving process, and it’s important to know what to do with those emotions as they come...

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Tips on Hiring Home Care for the Aging Senior in Your...

If you have found yourself needing to think more carefully about the plan of care for aging parents, you already know that you need help, facts, options, and support. It’s not always an easy transition to consider hiring care for the senior in...

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Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease and How to Prepare

If you have a senior loved one who has dementia, then you already know what a job it is to provide proper care for them. When they also have Alzheimer’s Disease, you are looking at even more complex care. Many families can’t put their own lives...

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