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Posts from December, 2016

  • 10 Uplifting Quotes Every Family Caregiver Needs to Read 10 Uplifting Quotes Every Family Caregiver Needs to Read We could all use some words of wisdom from time to time. Whether you're a professional in-home caregiver or you're a busy family member providing care for an elderly loved one, these quotes can help you get through the tough times. Which of these sayings resonates with you? ... Learn More
  • A Powerful Way to Say A Powerful Way to Say "Thank You" on Veterans Day On Veterans Day, many Americans have difficulty finding the best way to thank a veteran, but simply being a friend to a veteran may be the best strategy. If you just go by the advertising you see, you might get the impression that Veterans Day is all about discounts on fall ... Learn More
  • How to Pack Your Caregiver Ready Bag How to Pack Your Caregiver Ready Bag Home Helpers caregivers recommend you keep crucial items in your own caregiver ready bag, just in case you need to head to the hospital or a doctor’s office without notice. Last week, we offered some suggestions for creating a Ready Bag in case your older loved one needs to ... Learn More
  • What’s In Your Senior Care Ready Bag? What’s In Your Senior Care Ready Bag? We’ve talked and written quite a bit about the isolation and stress of day-to-day caregiving. But other significant stressors are unexpected. And for elderly people, unfortunately, those sudden interruptions sometimes include a trip to the hospital. Going to the hospital is ... Learn More
  • How to Avoid Sibling Caregiver Conflict How to Avoid Sibling Caregiver Conflict Our relationships with our siblings are among the most complicated, conflicting and certainly the longest of our lives. Caregiving Can Put Stress on Sibling Relationships Depending on our personalities and age differences, our brothers and sisters are at times our mentors, ... Learn More
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