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Helping vs. Enabling as a Caregiver

Helping vs. Enabling as a Caregiver: 3 Tips for Maintaining Balance

When you have an aging family member, it’s natural to want to help them with whatever they may need on a day-to-day basis. Many older adults struggle with things like limited mobility and cognitive decline, making them reliant on the…

Personal Care Agreements

Personal Care Agreements: Helpful Information for Family Caregivers

As we age, certain limitations call for caregiver services. Whether it be cognitive concerns or limited mobility, many senior adults require assistance from a caretaker.  Caregiving can be provided in a number of ways, depending on a person’s needs. There…

Anosognosia in the Elderly

Anosognosia in the Elderly: When Your Loved One with Dementia Doesn’t Know It

Cognitive concerns like dementia are one of the most prevalent issues among senior adults. When a loved one has dementia, they can struggle with memory loss, confusion, insomnia, and mood swings.  In some cases, the disease is diagnosed at an…

What is Aging with Dignity's Five Wishes?

What is Aging with Dignity’s Five Wishes?

Aging with Dignity is an organization that defends seniors’ rights to respect, autonomy, and long-term medical care. It offers advance care planning through a document outline known as Five Wishes, where seniors can specify wishes for their own care. The…

7 Myths & Misconceptions About Aging

7 Myths & Misconceptions About Aging

The aging process affects everyone sooner or later. The media has created lots of stereotypes about aging, and almost all of them are negative.  It’s important to avoid these common misconceptions about aging so you can treat your loved ones…

Home Care vs. Nursing Homes

Home Care vs. Nursing Homes: Why In-Home Care Is Better Than Nursing Homes

You want the best for your loved one. As your aging parent or other elderly family member needs more care, you will likely consider nursing homes vs. home care.  This decision can be tough, but it doesn’t have to be.…

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