Moving your aging adult into your home can solve quite a few issues for both of you, but you'll still need to think about some aspects before you make changes.
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Caring for a loved one can be a challenging task, so it’s important to make time for yourself to prevent caregiver burnout. Here are 5 fun activities in Niagara for caregivers to enjoy when you need a break.
Many caregivers get upset with themselves about making bad decisions. Beating yourself up doesn't work, but you can learn to make better decisions.
When you're a family caregiver, you're going to experience a wide range of emotions. Some of the most intimidating emotions for you to manage can be the combination of anxiety and fear. Figuring out how to deal with these feelings starts with sorting through what's causing them.
Are your parents or loved ones in need of home care? Having “the conversation” about their life changes and evolving needs can be a difficult topic for everyone. Here are some tips that could help bring a more successful and positive outcome.
Change is difficult for most of us and it’s not easy for seniors to admit they may benefit from a little help. It’s not a criticism; it’s simply a fact. Remind them that you are on their side and that you both want the same thing, for them to be safe and remain independent for as long as possible.
You’ve been noticing the changes for a while now... the laundry is piling up, their appearance isn’t as fresh as it used to be and papers are strewn across the dining room table. But, at what point do these gradual changes become a serious concern requiring you to step in and do something about the situation?
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