Kristine Dwyer

They were called to be caregivers yet found themselves facing this role with great apprehension and mixed emotions as they considered stepping back into their parents’ lives. more

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Caregiving can begin with a moment’s notice, as Beth discovered. Her elderly mother, widowed and living independently in the Midwest, had suffered a disabling stroke. more


Rocks and caregiving do not seem compatible in the same sentence or have an obvious connection. more


Massage therapy isn’t just a luxury anymore and has actually become a vital part of health care practices worldwide. more


The concept of building a care team is not new, yet many families and caregivers are unaware of its importance to their respective roles. more


Parkinson's Caregiver

Iakov Filimonov

Caring for a loved one with Parkinson’s disease at home present an unpredictable course and caregivers must continually seek solutions and a positive direction for the care they provide. more


How do you know when it might be time for a senior loved one to stop driving? more

May 16, 2017 12:04 PM Articles

Caregiver fatigue cannot be understated. Spouses, adult children and family members alike are susceptible to caregiver fatigue whether they are providing care twenty-four hours a day or caregiving from a distance. more

May 11, 2017 2:11 PM Articles

Older people often lose what has defined them: family, spouses, friends, careers, and their homes. Reminiscence is a free-flowing process of thinking or talking about one’s experiences to reflect on and recapture significant events of a lifetime. more

May 11, 2017 9:23 AM Articles