Caring for a Family Member? Resolve to Care for Yourself Too with These Tips

December 16, 2019

Senior woman backpacking and exploring If you’re among the 8% of Americans who actually accomplish their New Year’s resolution goals, well done! However, if you are like most of us, you have given up well before even turning the calendar page to February. Although without a doubt it’s commendable to strive to improve ourselves by resolving to lose 10 pounds or eat healthier, for busy family caregivers, there are many truly meaningful, attainable goals that will inspire hope and improve life all through the year. [Read More...]

Ten Real-Life Strategies for Dementia Caregiving

April 12, 2017

As caregivers, we often use intuition to help us decide what to do. No one ever gave us lessons on how to relate to someone with memory loss. Unfortunately, dealing with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias is counterintuitive; i.e., often the right thing to do is exactly opposite that which seems like the right thing to do. [Read More...]