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Preparing for Disasters in Your Caregiver Journey

Sep 25, 2015 by Stephanie Howe

Disasters and emergencies are a part of life, which means that they are a part of the normal caregiver journey. Recognizing the potential for these issues and being prepared to handle them is an important part of being the most effective, compassionate, and dedicated caregiver you can be for your older parents. Read Article

Sharing Your Experience and Helping Others with a Caregiver Blog

Sep 18, 2015 by Stephanie Howe

Making the decision to become a family caregiver for your elderly loved ones can be one of the most intimidating, overwhelming, anxiety-inducing, frightening, rewarding, exciting, and fulfilling choices that you ever make. With all of these emotions, it is easy to feel like you are the only person in the world who is facing the types of challenges that you are, and only one who can understand what you go through on a daily basis. Read Article

Elderly Care Safety by Room: Living Room

Sep 11, 2015 by Stephanie Howe

One area that many caregivers overlook when making safety modifications to the home is the living room. Focusing on areas that pose more obvious hazards, such as the kitchen and bathroom, are important, but it can also cause you to miss potentially serious dangers that your parents encounter on a daily basis. Read Article

Caregiver Recipes: Autumn Rosemary Chicken

Sep 4, 2015 by Stephanie Howe

This dish combines the main entrée and the side for less preparation and easier cleanup later. It is also fantastic for preparing ahead of time and chilling so you can warm it up for lunch or dinner later in the week. Read Article

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