The expectations of caregiving can impact a caregiver’s health and wellness, subsequently influencing the quality of care given to the loved one. Often, caregivers neglect their needs and become overwhelmed.
Providing care and support for an aging parent who lives far away can present a variety of challenges that can make the job difficult and stressful. Here are some tips and resources that may help you.
Being a caregiver can be a rewarding experience, but it is not without its challenges. Staying organized can help you manage your responsibilities more efficiently and reduce your stress. Let’s talk about some strategies for getting (and staying) organized while caregiving.
Have you ever considered what you would do if you had to manage your parent’s finances suddenly? It’s a situation that many adult children find themselves in when a senior parent becomes ill or incapacitated and can no longer handle their fiscal obligations.
Lori La Bey talks with Christine A. Smith about how cared for nearly 100 people in their private homes. She wished she knew about answers, options, and support for the families she served. Christine started Aging Better Network and invited solution creators into LIVE conversations because she wanted to share the resources and innovations she found with as many people as possible.
End-of-life care can feel scary, but understanding what to expect can help make the process easier. Here’s what you need to know.
Here are 3 helpful resources for dementia patients and caregivers in need of support.
With more seniors using technology than ever before (and, as tech continues to evolve) exploring the range of apps and gadgets out there is a pretty practical first step to applying them to your own life.
While mediators have been used for years to help divorcing couples sort out legal and financial disagreements and avoid court battles, eldercare mediation is a relatively new and specialized service designed to help families resolve disputes that are related to aging parents or other elderly relatives.
Caring for a senior loved one can be both fulfilling and challenging. Here are some essential resources to help you manage your responsibilities while still taking care of your own needs.