Caregiving Your Parent At Home, Can You Handle It?

Caregiving your parents at their home is no doubt rewarding, but understandably difficult. It’s a positive in that you can spend quality time with them, while they continue to enjoy the familiarity of their home. However, there may come a time when chronic illness may require more intensive hands on care in a skilled nursing…

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Respite Care: What It Is, Why You Should Consider It

Respite care is a valuable resource as it provides primary caregivers some time off from caring for their aging or disabled loved one. A caregiver taking some time off will help them to reduce stress, avoid burnout, and return refreshed.  It can be arranged for just an afternoon, or for several days or weeks. Respite…

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