New Year’s Resolutions for Caregivers

These 8 resolutions can help caregivers take care of themselves.
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Home Safety Tips for Winter

Home Safety Tips for Winter

Winter can increase safety hazards indoors. As the temperature drops, take these steps to make sure that you and your loved ones are safe and warm when you’re at home. Read More
Caldo Verde

Caldo Verde

Caldo verde, or “green soup,” gets its name from the cooking greens that are added at the end. Try this speedy recipe when you want something hearty yet easy. Read More
5 Practical Ways to Reduce Caregiver Stress

5 Practical Ways to Reduce Caregiver Stress

When many people rely on you, it’s important to take steps to reduce stress and protect your health. Here are five ways you can lighten your load and reduce the risk of burnout. Read More
Substance Abuse and Seniors

Substance Abuse and Seniors

Substance abuse is a serious health problem among older adults, with serious consequences. Find out the risk factors, symptoms, and how to get help. Read More
Make Exercise Part of Your Life

Make Exercise Part of Your Life

Take these steps before you start an exercise program to avoid injury and increase your odds of sticking with it. Read More
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
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
Caring for Your In-laws

Caring for Your In-laws

Caring for your in-laws can be both easier and more challenging than caring for your own parents. 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
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