Convincing an aging loved one to accept professional care is never easy. Here are five ways to get even the most stubborn senior to reconsider.
While caring for a loved one when you live in the same city can be difficult, long-distance caregiving can present a unique set of challenges. Here are five tips to help you protect your loved ones when you can’t be there with them.
It’s been said that “If you love what you do, you’ll never work a day in your life.” In our experience, we’ve found that this truism applies to caregivers who have long careers helping others.
Home healthcare agencies love hiring veterans, and many of them are choosing home care as their next career. What is it that is drawing our vets to this life-changing career? Here are five reasons
Just as each individual with dementia or Alzheimer’s progresses differently, so too can the caregiving experience vary widely from caregiver to caregiver. Thankfully, there are strategies that can help make your path as a caregiver rewarding.
Being a more effective caregiver requires the ability to manage negative emotions that can interfere with the quality of care that you provide, including guilt. That said, here are several ways to keep your attitude positive so that your seniors will continue to receive the nurturing they deserve.