Senior Caregivers Articles

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4 Tips for Caring for the Caregiver

As a caregiver, you're worried about taking care of someone else. However, as caregiver, you need care too. These tips on how to take care of yourself will help you to be a better caregiver!
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How to Talk With Your Loved One About Mobility Solutions

Introducing the idea of bringing a mobility vehicle into the home or into a loved one's life can be a challenge. Here are 4 tips to help.
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How to Recognize Signs of Mobility Loss

Caregivers need to intervene when mobility loss occurs. Here's what to look for.
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Help Elderly Parents Agree to a Power Chair

Help your elderly parent accept power chair use. If parents refuse help, use these tips and request an in-home test drive.
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How to Communicate and Care for Elderly Parents

Communication between adult caregivers and their elderly parents is a major part of successful care giving. Learn more here.
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Moving an Elderly Parent Into Your Home

If you're a family caregiver about to move your elderly parent into you home, we have some tips to help you prepare for this major life change.
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Help for Caregivers: Talking to your Parent's Doctor

Family caregivers will beneifit by talking with their loved one's doctor, so seek permission to ask questions during your parent's next office visit.
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Health Risks and Solutions for Senior Caregivers

Learn how power chairs help care giving seniors care for an aging spouse and for themselves, as well.
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Care Giving Tips: What to Do After a Fall

Despite a caregiver's best efforts, falls can still happen. Learn what to do after a fall.