New Year’s Resolutions for Caregivers

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

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. Read More
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
Trip and Fall Prevention

Trip and Fall Prevention

Tips and videos to help make your home safer and prevent accidents. Read More
How to Help Someone Who Has Fallen

How to Help Someone Who Has Fallen

5 tips from safety experts to reduce the risk of additional injuries. Read More
Avoiding Winter Falls

Avoiding Winter Falls

Tips to preventing injury and increasing safety in icy winter weather. 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
Snacking, Stress, and Caregiving

Snacking, Stress, and Caregiving

When faced with stressful situations, many of us react with emotional eating and reach for caffeine, sugary or high-fat snacks, and fast foods. But choosing the right snacks can help you manage stress and may help boost mood. Read More
Break Time for Caregivers

Break Time for Caregivers

Finding time to take care of yourself is hard, but it’s important for you and your loved one. Here are ideas for quick breaks—some without leaving your house! 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
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