Senior Caregivers Articles

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!

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.

How to Recognize Signs of Mobility Loss

Caregivers need to intervene when mobility loss occurs. Here's what to look for.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Bathing Tips for Caregivers

With the following tips, caregivers can turn assisted bathing into a more relaxing and pleasant experience.