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Coping With Caregiving

It is very difficult to cope with aging parents or loved ones who require assistance and there is no right or wrong way to approach the issue. It is wise to be respectful of everyone’ s needs but it is so important to make sure that if you are a primary caregiver for an elderly […]

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When should you get help for your elderly parent

Help for your elderly parent , really, so many adult children ask themselves that question. I recently spoke with a son about his father and he was quite concerned.  His dad who was 86 years old had been actively golfing up until 2 years ago and recently on a visit to see him, he noticed […]

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Live Well in Your Home

Seniors when asked, where do you want to live, respond,  at home of course. Seniors are very practical in their their thinking and are  well aware that there may come a time that they cannot, continue to live in the home they know and love. Seniors also understand that growing old can be difficult especially […]

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The Caregiver

The Caregiver

Caregivers are often willing to identify themselves as the caregiver of an elderly parent, or relative.  Some cultures believe that caring for an elderly or ill family member is an unquestioned responsibility, one that the whole family will share in. The term caregiver is disliked by most people who become caregivers, it seems as though […]

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Caregiving

Considering Caregiving   When seniors begin experiencing illness or disability, such as a fall,  resulting in broken bones, they begin to face a host of concerns one of which is who will help with caregiving. Most seniors are not used to, or comfortable with asking for help. We as adult children need to begin have […]

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