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Dealing With the Guilt That Comes When Your Parent is Aging

Are you part of the nearly 24 million Americans who help care for a parent? The role of a parent caregiver can feel like a web of decisions that all tie together, from financial decision-making to medical care to where

Your Parent in Care: Visiting During Recovery

When a parent enters a rehabilitation center after a fall, injury or other medical situation, he or she is likely undergoing various physical therapies and treatments to improve mobility, strength, communication skills and more. They are receiving around-the-clock treatment and

Priority #1: Keep Mom Safe At Home

When Nancy asked her mother how she got the bruises down her leg and along her arm, her mother hesitated, but then admitted to falling down the narrow staircase in her home. Nancy knew this wasn’t the first time her

7 Tips to Dealing with Caregiver Stress

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It is not unusual to feel stressed and overwhelmed when caring for a loved one with dementia. Caregivers of parents with dementia frequently report experiencing high levels of stress, and remember, too much stress can be harmful to the both