How to Avoid Caregiver Burnout When Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s
Staying recharged and refreshed as an informal caregiver is the key to ensuring that your loved one lives out the remainder of their life with the dignity and respect they deserve. What follows are several sure-fire ways to avoid caregiver burnout when looking after a loved one with Alzheimer’s.
The Benefits of Starting a Caregiving Journal
One of the best ways for overworked caregivers to decompress is by starting a caregiving journal. As a proven self-care practice, what follows are several benefits that journaling offers you when caring for another.
Senior Care Meal Planning Tips and Hacks
Find out how to tackle senior meal planning and serve them a well-balanced diet filled with nutritious foods without spending a small fortune.
What Are the Duties of a Home Health Aide?
After much discussion, your family has decided to hire your aging mother a “personal assistant” so she can continue living safely and comfortably in her home. To help you along, here are the duties of a professional Home Health Aide, along with bonus tips on how to find the best one.
5 New Year’s Goals for the Family Caregiver
The end of the year is always an opportune time to pause and reflect on how to make positive changes in one’s life. That said, family caregivers can also use New Year's resolutions to plan for the upcoming year and strategize how to stay refreshed as the trying day's transition into weeks and months.
How to Find the Right Caregiver Support System
Your share of the caregiving duties can vary depending on the level of required care, the number of caregivers involved, and the time commitment it takes. Using these tips when developing your caregiving support system will help ensure all your loved one's needs get met.