caring for parent
Being a caregiver to an aging parent can be a tough job. When combined with trying to parent your own children, there are bound to be some periods that feel stressful or overwhelming. Fortunately, if your children are old enough, you have a unique opportunity to benefit everyone in the family.
If your loved one finds themselves suddenly needing to use a wheelchair, a once familiar home can seem like alien terrain. While you may not have the resources to complete any heavy-duty remodeling, there are a few simple modifications you can do to make your home more accessible and accommodating for wheelchairs.
Discover several proven strategies caregivers can use to foster better interactions with loved ones suffering from dementia.
The following tips and modification ideas can help you create a safe, functional space for your aging loved ones throughout the home.
How to Choose the Right Short-Term Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility After a Hospital Stay
Learn about your choices in post-hospital care, and determine what is necessary for you or a loved one to truly recover before going home.
Moving a loved one into assisted living is a transition like no other. Preparing ahead of time will help everyone to relax and adjust faster.
Time spent with family is essential for everyone. We have some tips for engaging in shared activities while visiting with aging adults.