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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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Day Trips for Caregivers Within 2 Hours of New York City

Day Trips for Caregivers Within 2 Hours of New York City

Being in nature can boost your health. Here are parks and gardens that are accessible to caregivers in the NYC area. Read More
Preventing Dehydration

Preventing Dehydration

Dehydration can happen any time of year. Find out the causes, the warning signs, and what to eat to prevent it. Read More
Vacation Tips for Caregivers

Vacation Tips for Caregivers

These tips can help you plan when traveling with someone who needs extra assistance. Read More
The Hospice Comfort Pack: Convenient Medication Relief

The Hospice Comfort Pack: Convenient Medication Relief

Your hospice nurse may suggest that you have on hand a small supply of medications that can provide relief of specific symptoms without waiting for delivery. Read More
10 Tips to Help Avoid Falling in Your Home

10 Tips to Help Avoid Falling in Your Home

Use these 10 tips to help you safety-proof your home to avoid injury and stay safe. Read More
What to Expect at Your First Home Care Visit

What to Expect at Your First Home Care Visit

Has your doctor prescribed home health care? Here's what you need to know before your first home care visit. Read More
Home Safety for People with Dementia and Memory Loss

Home Safety for People with Dementia and 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. Yet end of life can also lead to peace despite grief. Read More
When Self-Care Seems Impossible

When Self-Care Seems Impossible

Forget about activities that require lengthy blocks of time or spending money you don’t have. Instead, think of self-care as something you can do to make your life just a little bit easier. Read More
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