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Senior Fraud Can Be a Sensitive Subject; How to Get Inactive Seniors Moving

These and other stories are in the April edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter, providing information, advice and support for adult caregiving.

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When Does “Old Age” Begin?

A social and behavioral sciences professor is working on ways to define aging other than the accumulation of calendar years.

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Do A Safety Check During Spring Cleaning

If you are helping an elderly loved one with their Spring Cleaning this year, take some time to do a safety check and perform some proactive safety maintenance.

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Better Budgeting for the Sandwich Generation

A 2013 Pew Foundation survey reports that nationwide, at least 15 percent of middle-aged adults are financially supporting both children and aging parents.

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Spring Cleaning Tips for Seniors

Spring is back and so is the time-honored tradition of spring cleaning. With these 6 spring cleaning tips, we hope you can spend more time with loved ones and less time cleaning.

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Preparing for Family Caregiving

Many people are unprepared for the pressing decisions needed when a loved one is ill and requires caregiving support.

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Caregiving Tips for Alzheimer’s Behaviors

One of the most challenging aspects of caring for a person with Alzheimer’s is adjusting to the troubling and sometimes abrupt changes in personality and behavior. The following are steps to help family caregivers with common Alzheimer’s care situations.

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Elderly Drivers and Road Safety

Mom forgets to use her car’s turn signals. Dad drove through another stop sign. Are they showing warning signs of risky driving?

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Planning for Possible Disability; Seniors at Highest Risk for Brain Injury

These and other stories are in the March edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter, providing information, advice and support for adult caregiving.

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Siblings Caring for Siblings

Typically families expect to help their aging parents but not be active in elder care for a brother or sister. Studies show that most sibling caregivers feel inadequately prepared for the task.

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Moving Day® 2014 Photos

Thank you to everyone who came out for Moving Day® 2014! We had a great time and we hope you did, too!

Pictures from Right at Home at Moving Day 2014 in Chicago See the Photo Gallery »