Pain management is a common caregiving concern that many caregivers, both family and professional, often feel helpless about. Whether the pain is temporary during a recovery period or more permanent due to a chronic condition, it is often the case that medication is not adequate. For caregivers, here are some […]

5 Ways Caregivers Can Help Seniors with Pain

A caregiver’s journey is unique in every sense of the word. Taking care of a loved one can be rewarding, joyful, emotional, frustrating and stressful all at the same time. For those who have already experienced being a caregiver, you know that it is impossible for one person to do […]

5 Things Caregivers Can Learn From Each Other

Being a remote family caregiver presents many challenges as one starts to worry about aging parents. Most seniors want to stay living at home for as long as possible, but their children worry about whether their parents are living safely and have the necessary supports. As a remote caregiver, it […]

5 Things to Track When Your Parent Has Home Care

Families often struggle with how to cope when a loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. How will this condition evolve? What can we expect? How do we deal with the changes? The learning curve can be quite steep, and, as your loved one’s condition […]

Do’s and Don’ts For Dementia Caregivers