We’ve previously covered some of the various reasons why caregivers may want to take a break. From looking after your own health to being able to care for your loved one even better than before, going on a vacation (or a staycation) can often be one the best decisions you make.We’ve previously co...
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If you are caring for an aging family member, whether they’re living with you or in their own hom...

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When you’re the primary caregiver for an elderly loved one, taking time off for yourself can come...

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GreatCall Products for older adults offer a range of supportive gadgets that can help families na...

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In the most recent addition to Seniorly Conversations, Maureen Kelly, Clinical Social Worker at U...

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There are some things that never change in life, like growing older. As we age, the process often...

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One of the toughest parts about being a caregiver for an elderly loved one is getting them to and...

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Sometimes an older adult just can’t make decisions anymore about senior living options. Most of t...

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In life, it’s helpful to know we’re not alone, particularly when we’re dealing with certain issue...

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An increasing number of experts are predicting that it will soon become more common for caregiver...

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In 1981, social worker Dorothy Miller coined the phrase “sandwich generation” to describe people ...

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Time off from caregiving is important to maintain your physical and emotional health. Family and ...

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The costs of caring for an elderly loved one can be take a toll both physically and emotionally. ...

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Although looking after a loved one is, for many, a rewarding and enriching experience, it can als...

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If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being a caregiver for an elderly loved o...

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