Caregiver Resource Articles

Caregiver Resource Articles 2017-09-15T16:24:12+00:00
1901, 2017

Winter Health Hazards

Reducing the risk of falling More than 25% of Americans aged 65 and over take a fall. While not all falls lead to injury, falls are the leading cause of fatal injury among seniors and are the most common cause of non-fatal hospital admissions.  95% of hip fractures are caused [...]

1708, 2016

Beware of Burnout

Many Caregivers Give Too Much Of Themselves The focus of family caregivers is to take great care of a loved one. However, as time goes on, a caregiver’s energy, productivity and even motivation can wane…though not intentionally. Burnout is a state of physical, mental and emotional exhaustion. It is [...]

1607, 2015

3 Common Fears of Old Age

There are fears that can creep into a person’s mind during any stage of life. They tend to change a bit as time goes on, but there is something that almost everyone fears in each stage. As you reach those retirement years and beyond, you begin to think through [...]

2606, 2015

Tips for Writing a Will

Drawing up a will document is one of the most important things you can do to prepare yourself, your family, and your assets for whatever happens next. Both young adults and older adults alike should write a will to ensure that things are taken care of properly and aren’t [...]

2905, 2015

5 Ways to Provide Emotional Care for Your Elderly Loved One

Aging is a tricky business. It can be an emotionally challenging time for seniors as they come to learn that they may not be as able to perform tasks that they once could do so easily. Through the years, each sign of aging is an emotional and mental battle [...]

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