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Ease your caregiving experience with a personalized care plan, along with plentiful tips that address long-distance caregiving, selecting care providers, managing stress and more.
BROWSE Caregiving Solutions Guides
Learn about the fundamentals of home care, how to find a reputable agency and what questions to ask.
Adult day services are non-residential facilities that can provide much needed respite from caregiving stress.
The Alzheimer’s caregiver’s guide to filling the holidays with fun and cheer.
Taking the stress out of bathing.
These facilities offer the full range of care – all in one place.
Take 5 minutes to create a plan customized to your caregiving situation.
Steps to take to find, interview and manage a home health care worker
Find out how at home health care agencies can support your caregiving.
How to set up long distance caregiver support when you don’t live nearby
Learn how to find and pay for the durable medical equipment you need with Medicare.
Nursing homes are busy places. Look out for these signs of improper care when you visit a parent.
Discover the various offerings and which options are covered by Medicare.
How palliative care can help patients gain a better quality of life.
Some simple changes you can make to avoid common hazards.
After you’ve done your research on a nursing home, it’s time to trust your senses and instincts when you visit. Here is a list of what to look for.
BROWSE Caregiving Solutions Answers
Learn about the types of respite care and how they can help you and your loved one.
Want to provide full-time care but work a full-time job? Let us offer some solutions.
Learn some simple ways to reduce the stress of home care and find some relief.
Consider your parent’s needs and your ability to provide enough time and resources before making any decisions.
This movement makes nursing homes feel like a community – not an institution.
It doesn’t matter where you live or how old you are – there’s nothing like a cheerfully wrapped gift to brighten your spirits.
Many assisted living facilities offer short-term stays – a mini-vacation of sorts for your parent!
Older people often see a different physician for each bodily system or part. A geriatrician sees you as a whole person.
Some advice on taking care of everyone’s needs and desires.
BROWSE Caregiving Solutions Caregiver Resources
The majority of seniors want to remain in their homes as they age. Learn how to make “aging in place” a reality.
Learn about Alzheimer’s disease and what you can do to make caregiving easier.
Learn about the types of caregiving, helpful resources and how to effectively get started.
These free, expert-approved videos guide you through real-life caregiving situations.
Explore your options for long-term care facilities.
Learn the difference between two primary types of in-home care for seniors.
Nursing homes 101: what to look for and what to ask.
Learn about the resources Eldercare Locator and Area Agencies on Aging offer for seniors.
Learn how the Family Caregiver Support Program helps caregivers supporting seniors in the family home.
Discover what at home health agencies offer, how they rate, and how they might help you.
What to know and do before getting discharged from the hospital.
How to make the miles between you and your parents more manageable.
When someone has had a stroke or suffers from dysphagia, food needs to be tailored to their needs.
These therapists help improve your parents’ overall health.
Important caregiver resources for you and your parents – all in one place.
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