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Trip and Fall Prevention

Tips and videos to help make your home safer and prevent accidents.
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How to Start the Conversation About Hospice Care

How to Start the Conversation About Hospice Care

Take a moment to learn more about hospice and get tips on how to start a conversation about end-of-life care. Read More
Quitting Work for Caregiving: Financial and Practical Considerations

Quitting Work for Caregiving: Financial and Practical Considerations

Before you quit work to care for someone, think about the long-term ramifications. Read More
Social Isolation, Loneliness, and Health

Social Isolation, Loneliness, and Health

Social isolation and loneliness aren’t the same thing. Find out the difference, and how they can affect your health. Read More
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care: Tips for Frustrated Caregivers

Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care: Tips for Frustrated Caregivers

Caregiving presents countless challenges, and when your loved one suffers from dementia or another illness that causes memory loss, these challenges often increase. Read More
Therapy Dogs and the Health Benefits of Owning a Pet

Therapy Dogs and the Health Benefits of Owning a Pet

Pets have a positive effect on the mental and physical health of their owners. Read More
Sundowning: 5 Ways to Manage Afternoon Agitation

Sundowning: 5 Ways to Manage Afternoon Agitation

Sundowning is one of the most challenging situations caregivers face. These 5 tips can help you cope. Read More
Workplace Discrimination and Caregiving

Workplace Discrimination and Caregiving

Are you facing discrimination at work because of your caregiving responsibilities? Read More
Hospice: An Option for End-of-Life Care

Hospice: An Option for End-of-Life Care

Treatment options change as a disease progresses. How do you know when hospice may be a choice to consider? Read More
Communicating with Someone Who Has Memory Loss

Communicating with Someone Who Has Memory Loss

Tips caregivers can use to avoid frustration and arguments when communicating with someone with dementia. Read More
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