Category 'Caregiving'

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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Cyber Safety Tips for Seniors

Tuesday was Safer Internet Day. To honor the event, we wanted to take a moment to provide you with tips to keep your family, and particularly your aging loved ones, safe online.

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Family Caregivers Share Advice; Study Reveals Why Mental Exercise Is Important

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

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Is Grandma More Than Grumpy?

A nursing study by Case Western Reserve University reports that grandmothers who take care of their grandchildren full time are more apt to be stressed and depressed.

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When Your Loved One Resists Home Care; Why Alzheimer’s Patients Search for Things

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

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Prepaid Debit Cards Protect Seniors

Prepaid debit cards are one of the most secure ways to reign in overzealous or unwise spending by seniors.

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Thank a Caregiver During National Home Care and Hospice Month

In recognizing the faithful efforts of family and professional caregivers everywhere, show your appreciation this November with a small gift of your time and your gratefulness.

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The Financial Downside of Family Caregiving

Caring at home for an aging loved one is an honorable and rewarding role. Yet, caregiving is not without emotional and physical challenges, and sometimes, deep financial sacrifices.

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