Learn about non-verbal ways to communicate. AgingCare.com published an article discussing the difficulties of communicating with an aging parent who cannot speak. This painful situation presents new challenges. The article says that, “Many of us are coping with elders who can no longer communicate. Whether from
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When it comes to arthritis, early intervention is a big advantage. Yahoo Heath reported online that “One in five adults — 50 million Americans — has been diagnosed with arthritis.” Learn how to watch for the onset of arthritis in your aging parents so they can begin getting help as quickly
When you are the care giver for someone who is elderly it’s critical to understand how you’ll handle those times when you not able to be with that person. Fortunately, technology provides options that help
Planning regular periods of rest and self care are a necessity, but it’s also important to keep your eyes open for opportunities to nurture yourself and let yourself enjoy the fun moments that can come.
Caregiving is challenging and it can be helpful to learn from others who have made the journey. Today’s post reflect what can be gleamed from two book author’s that have lived the role.
Planning is a necessity for successful caregiving. That includes making certain that the person you are caring for has executed advanced directives for both health and financial matters.