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Navigating the Challenges of Long-Term Home Care

Although it’s a labor of love, looking after a friend or relative for an extended period of time can be overwhelming for even the most capable informal caregivers. As needs change, long-term home caregivers must manage a unique set of challenges to keep their loved ones safe and comfortable.

Navigating the Challenges of Long-Term Home Care2023-05-25T14:02:16+00:00

How to Assist When a Senior is Dealing with Incontinence

According to the CDC, roughly half of all older adults live with urinary incontinence. For many seniors, incontinence can be messy, uncomfortable, or embarrassing. If you are assisting an aging loved one with bladder control issues, these incontinence care tips will help keep them more comfortable, confident, and active.

How to Assist When a Senior is Dealing with Incontinence2023-02-08T20:17:15+00:00

5 Huge Benefits to Aging in Place

Today, aging in place is more doable than it has been and more adults are considering it a real possibility. But what if you are not sure if you want to stay at home? Our list of five benefits of aging in place will give you, not only reasons to age in place but detailed information on what these reasons mean and how they affect you in the real world.

5 Huge Benefits to Aging in Place2022-12-28T19:10:34+00:00

How to Strike a Balance Between Caregiving & Enabling

It’s important to strike a balance between doing practically everything for your loved one even when they can do at least some tasks on their own, and empowering them to do the things they can do. Here’s how to find a compromise that works for you and the older adult in your life.

How to Strike a Balance Between Caregiving & Enabling2023-03-23T18:55:47+00:00

Caring for a Loved One With Aphasia

Aphasia can result from trauma to the brain, such as a stroke, head injury, tumor, or even an infection. It impacts all modes of language including speech, writing, gesticulating, and comprehension. Aphasia affects roughly 2 million people in the United States, and an estimated 180,000 cases are diagnosed each year.

Caring for a Loved One With Aphasia2022-12-23T16:57:29+00:00
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