The Top Caregiving Time Savers in Medication Management
Caregivers have the task of juggling medications as well as being responsible for prescriptions. They also become watchdogs for any side effects or adverse drug interactions. AARP offers a list of organization tips to help maintain medication schedules and the advantage technology can offer.
Caregiving for Elderly Parents Work Balance Tips
A working caregiver shares how to juggle the balancing act of maintaining a job while meeting the needs of the elderly people we care for.
Companies Have No Idea How Much Employees Struggle to Balance Caregiving and Work
Many employers are blind to the burdens their workers have at home.
Caregiving Mistakes and How to Avoid Them: Caregiving Tips
Are you making these caregiving mistakes? Common caregiving pitfalls, plus how to avoid caregiving mistakes and resources to help with caregiving.
Caregiving at Home: A Guide to Community Resources
[This new fact sheet replaces Helping Families Make Everyday Care Choices and Community Care Options, 8/11/16] The diagnosis of a dementing illness or disabling health condition marks a new stage in your life and your family’s life. Important decisions about care arise, along with uncertainty and anxiety. Some choices might need to be made right away. Others lie ahead If you’re caring for someone at home…
Sydney Clary gives caregiving tips
MAYO — Sydney Clary, author of Care Giving: Real Life Answers gave tips and advice to the Mayo Woman’s Club on March 14.
Tips for Caregiving
Listen to the Cancer.Net Podcast: Tips on Caregiving, adapted from this content.
Caregiving 101: A Crash Course in Caregiving
8 tips to help you help your loved one as they begin a journey with cancer.
Caregiving Support, Advice, and Resources
Some individuals perceive the wee hours of the morning as ungodly hours to be awake when something happens to disturb their sleep. I prefer the kinder, gentler terminology wee hours of the morning, as I steer clear of ungodly references. My overnight care schedule is, let’s just say, unpredictable The soft, musical voice floated into my bedroom in the wee hours of the morning as I thought I lay sleeping. Silly me! The melodic voice was Mom’s, asking, “Where are you?” She had…
Caregiving Guide: Understanding Aging and Caregiving
Family Caregiving-Why Respite?
Caregiving Support, Advice, and Resources
Hopefully, when older adults have a hearing, vision, memory problem, speech difficulty or some confusion, there is someone who can be an advocate for them. If they have trouble hearing or processing what is said or cannot see well enough to read printed information, any appointment can be a challenge and there are specific strategies which can be helpful Hearing Issues Some people with a hearing loss just bluff it, not asking for a person to repeat or clarify what was said. A…
Steps for a Caregiving Transformation: Caregiving Tips
Take these steps for a caregiving transformation. Tips to help make your caregiving situation easier and improve life for caregiver and care recipient.
Caregiving Tips and Tricks to Ease Caregiving Problems
You don’t have to be a DIY expert to make caregiving tasks easier. Follow these tips and tricks to alleviate some of the common caregiving problems.
Family Caregiving Advice
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How caregiving workloads affect women's employment and health
A study from the Case Western Reserve University nursing school provides a profile of women with the dual responsibilities of full-time paid work and unpaid care for an elderly family member.
What Comes After CareGiving
When the care giving role has finished, the individual usually experiences a loss of identity. Here are ten ways of transitioning successfully from being a caregiver to creating a new life “Now you can get on with your life” are the words of comfort we hear when our role as caregiver is over. The depression that we sink into, and others cannot fathom, is grief for ourselves. Others will attempt to help us get over the grief for the person lost from our…
Caregiving Tips to Celebrate Spring
April is the time of year when many of us begin to transition our entertaining and family gatherings to the outdoors. Having adjusted to the time change and the lengthening days, people in this part of the world feel the … Continued
How To Caregive for a Stroke Victim
It still amazes me that after almost 2 years from my Dad having his stroke that I continue to find great resources of information. I wish I had known as much as do now after my Dad’s stroke.Â In an effort, to help others, I wanted to share some great insightsÂ I recently cam across that may …
The RA Caregiving Guide
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