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  • Carenote from Diane

    I work as a Home Care Caregiver. My job is fulfilling. When I come home from work, the caregiving continues as I also care for both of my parents who are 95 and 94. more

    Oct 27, 2017

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  • Carenote from K

    My father was diagnosed with cancer. He spent two months in a hospital and one week in rehab to be able to walk again. I live across town, so he mainly depends on my mother and brother to be his caregivers. more

    Oct 16, 2017

    1

  • Carenote from A

    My greatest fear is dying before my husband and father. Both are in diapers; one is tube fed and quadriplegic and the other is bedridden also. If I have an accident, who will know it? more

    Dec 28, 2017

    1

  • Carenote from Kim

    How can I help eliminate frequent night time bathroom visits for a 94-year-old woman? more

    Jan 5, 2018

  • Carenote from Sylvia

    Can some give me tips on how to transfer a double amputee from bed to chair and toilet. I am looking for any sort of help please more

    Aug 14, 2017

    1

  • Carenote From Cathy

    My 90-year old parents just moved into an independent living facility in a suburb of Memphis, TN. My mom is largely deaf but uses a cell and an iPad. more

    Jun 23, 2017

    2

  • Carenote from Bobby

    It has been very hard to accept that my Girlfriend of 19 years to have cancer. At times I do not support her or even ask her how she is and notices that she is very clingy to me and I don't know why. more

    Oct 6, 2017

    1

  • Carenote from Sharon M.

    What is the best and most effective way of dealing with questions and concerns asked repeatedly and constantly.  Tips to learn patience in listening and repeatedly answering same question. more

    Nov 17, 2017

    1

  • Carenote From Beverly in Florida

    My Dad is 83 years old and is still driving his car everywhere. He has quit driving on the highway, at least as far as i can tell. more

    Jul 31, 2017

    1

  • Carenote from Debbie

    I believe that my parents, who have different stages of Alzheimer's, should be allowed to  "participate" in anything that involves their care as well as any and all family conferences in their regard. Unfortunately, more

    Jan 12, 2018

  • Carenote from T.

    I care for my husband who is in an advanced stage of Alzheimer's.  I love my husband dearly but he no longer knows me nor can we have the wonderful conversations we used to have.  It gets very very lonely. more

    Sep 25, 2017

    1

  • Carenote from S

    My dad will soon to be 93.  He has congestive heart failure and an aneurysm in the aorta. He is frail after having some serious falls in the last eight months, including passing out for several hours in his kitchen. more

    Nov 3, 2017

    3

  • Carenote From Ric in WI

    My wife of 44+ years refuses to eat, drink or urinate. She did have a urinary tract infection and was in the hospital. They released her to me, her husband who is totally disabled to care for her. She refuses to get out of bed and will not take care. more

    May 9, 2017

  • Carenote from Linda

    My 95-year-old mother-in-law is burning a lot of what she cooks and we are afraid she will catch the house on fire. She loves to cook. more

    Nov 10, 2017

    1

  • Carenote from Janie

    Christmas is coming and I am not looking forward to it.  I love my family but I am so drained and tired from caring for my sick mother that I just want to get away by myself. more

    Nov 27, 2017

    3

  • Carenote from Lynn

    Hello I will be retiring in June 2018 and will be 65 at that time.  My husband is currently on my insurance plan.  We are trying to determine if he should start his medicare during open enrollment more

    Oct 23, 2017

    2

  • Carenote from Sally

    I care for my husband who is in an advanced stage of Alzheimer's.  I love my husband dearly but he no longer knows me nor can we have the wonderful conversations we used to have.  It gets very very lonely. more

    Sep 18, 2017

    3

  • Carenote From Linda

    My husband is a stroke patient. Thankfully, he can still walk (with a slight limp), understand most everything said to him and is able to take care of his own personal needs. more

    Jun 29, 2017

  • Carenote from Susan

    My mother is in a rapid decline with dementia, as well as other health issues. She is unable to be alone for any time period. more

    Dec 21, 2017

    2

  • Carenote from JD

    I have a 25 year old son who has recently been diagnosed with bipolar and lives in State College PA.  How do I help him find social services available to him? more

    Oct 3, 2017