Outdoor Safety Tips for Winter

The winter months pose a special set of hazards for the ailing and elderly. Cold temperatures can increase risk of heart attack, make breathing difficult, and may lead to dangerous slips and falls.
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5 Tips for Relieving Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

5 Tips for Relieving Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

Seasonal Affective Disorder is a type of depression, but you may find relief with lifestyle changes. Read More
7 Tips for People with Memory Loss

7 Tips for People with Memory Loss

Help your loved one maintain independence and avoid frustration as memory declines. Read More
Does someone you care for seem sad all the time?

Does someone you care for seem sad all the time?

Feeling sad or blue from time to time is normal, but if it lasts for more than a few days it may be a medical condition that can be treated. Read More
Are you caring for someone who is ill, elderly, or disabled?

Are you caring for someone who is ill, elderly, or disabled?

Caring for someone who has chronic medical problems can be overwhelming. Here are tips to help caregivers cope. Read More
Home Safety for People with Memory Loss

Home Safety for People with Memory Loss

16 safety measures you can take to remove dangers so your loved one can live more safely at home. Read More
When Someone You Love Is Dying

When Someone You Love Is Dying

Nothing in life can prepare us for the emotional turmoil of saying goodbye to a loved one. Read More
Self-Care Guides

Self-Care Guides

These Self-Care Guides can answer general questions and give you the information you need if you feel overwhelmed by the challenges and changes ahead of you. Read More
Eating Patterns at the End of Life

Eating Patterns at the End of Life

Changes in appetite and eating patterns can be distressing for caregivers, but they are a natural part of the process. Read More
Tips for Breathing Easier

Tips for Breathing Easier

Shortness of breath affects some people with advanced illness. Read More
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