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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Dealing with a Stepparent over Your Parent’s Care

Dealing with a Stepparent over Your Parent’s Care

When you disagree with the decisions your stepparent is making about your parent's care, what is the best course of action? Read More
Caring for an Abusive Person

Caring for an Abusive Person

When you’re caring for someone who’s hostile, controlling, or emotionally manipulative, the situation can seem impossible. These strategies may help you cope. Read More
When Illness Affects Friendships

When Illness Affects Friendships

As a caregiver, you may have noticed that your loved one's illness affects friendships. These tips can help as you navigate a changing social landscape. Read More
When Siblings Won’t Help with Caregiving

When Siblings Won’t Help with Caregiving

Are family disagreements threatening your parents’ care? Read More
How to Support Your Caregiver Sibling

How to Support Your Caregiver Sibling

8 things caregivers wish their siblings would do that would make caring for parents easier. Read More
When Out-of-Town Siblings Come to Visit

When Out-of-Town Siblings Come to Visit

Being the primary caregiver to an aging parent is hard enough, but when siblings come to visit, it can add another layer of stress. Read More
When Caring for a Parent Affects Your Marriage

When Caring for a Parent Affects Your Marriage

Depression, fatigue, and anxiety are all too familiar to those caring for loved ones. But spouses and partners may also experience an impact. Read More
7 Ways Caregivers Can Increase Intimacy with a Spouse

7 Ways Caregivers Can Increase Intimacy with a Spouse

Physical intimacy is a way for a couple to affirm their feelings, gird for an uncertain future, and enjoy the time they have together. Read More
Caregiving as an Only Child

Caregiving as an Only Child

As a caregiver, you’ve probably come across dozens of articles and books about how to deal with siblings. But what if you're an only child? Read More
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