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Posts filed under: Aging Parents

How to Connect With Someone Who Has Dementia

It can be challenging to know how to act around someone who has dementia. We have sympathy for them, of course, but that’s not always helpful. We know it’s not...... Read More

5 Signs An Aging Loved One Needs Help

Families that reach out to us for assistance with an aging loved one’s care are usually doing so in a time of crisis. There’s been an emergency that requires immediate...... Read More

Caregiving and Social Isolation

Anyone who has ever cared for an aging, injured, or ill loved one understands the stress involved in caring for their daily needs. In addition to that stress, The New...... Read More

Helping Paws: The Benefits of Pet Ownership for Seniors

There are many reasons why dogs are man’s best friend. Anyone who owns a pet (or watched a fun dog or cat video on YouTube) can tell you the many...... Read More

Aging and Addiction

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration on Aging (AOA), by the year 2030, nearly 1 in 5 U.S. residents will be 65 or older.[1. “A...... Read More

Words and Meaning: The Power of Writing for Caregivers

Caregiving can be a challenging job. Whether you are a caregiver for a loved one, or it is your profession, it can at times be overwhelming when someone needs assistance with...... Read More
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