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  • What Are the Best Ways to Respond to Complaints and Demands as a Caregiver? October 18, 2017
    Since you're a family caregiver, you may believe that demands and complaints are just a normal part of what you do. But when those demands become even more demanding, you might start to feel some stress from this constant barrage. Validate Your Senior's Feelings Often caregivers are confused about what validating someone's feelings means. It […]
  • Making the Home Safe for Someone with Alzheimer’s October 12, 2017
    When a family member is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, one of the first concerns may be whether they will be safe living at home. Family caregivers often experience a great deal of stress because they are worried about accidents that may occur in the home due to their loved one’s cognitive impairment. By implementing some […]
  • Avoiding MS Flare Ups August 1, 2017
    Most people with multiple sclerosis (MS) have a form called relapsing-remitting MS, which means that their symptoms can vary from one day to the next. Some days, their symptoms will be less severe and on other days, they may experience flare ups during which their symptoms become more severe. Flare ups can make life pretty […]
  • Helping your Parent Stay Cool in the Heat of Summer July 25, 2017
    Summer is going strong around the country. And while many will enjoy the sweltering days of 100 plus temperatures by taking a cool dip in a lake or ocean, many elderly are no longer physically able to cool off this way. Other changes are occurring in their body as well—changes that make heat a potentially […]