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Hot Weather Safety for Older Adults

When the temperatures climb dangerously high, these tips can keep you and your loved one safe.
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5 Myths About Hospice Care

5 Myths About Hospice Care

Misconceptions about care at the end of life could be keeping you from the care you need. Read More
Living with an Invisible Illness: How to Get Support When You Don’t Look Sick

Living with an Invisible Illness: How to Get Support When You Don’t Look Sick

When you don't look sick, how can you get others to take your symptoms seriously? Read More
When Caregiving Ends

When Caregiving Ends

6 tips to cope and adjust when the familiar routine of caregiving ends. Read More
Type A Caregiving: How Do You Manage an Unmanageable Illness?

Type A Caregiving: How Do You Manage an Unmanageable Illness?

It’s important to find a way to make caregiving a part of your life, but in a way that you can live with over time. Read More
Tips for Hospice Caregivers

Tips for Hospice Caregivers

Caring for someone at the end of life can be deeply rewarding, but it can also cause distress. These tips can help hospice caregivers avoid fatigue and ensure their own well being. Read More
Eating Patterns at the End of Life

Eating Patterns at the End of Life

Changes in appetite and eating patterns at the end of life can be distressing for careivers, but they are a natural part of the dying process. Read More
4 Practical Ways to Prepare for the End of Life

4 Practical Ways to Prepare for the End of Life

When a loved one is near the end of life, here are some things caregivers can do that will allow them to focus on other things when the time comes. Read More
How to Talk to Someone About Hospice

How to Talk to Someone About Hospice

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
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