From one caregiver to another…

From one caregiver to another…

Dealing with dementia-related care takes knowledge and patience Over 30 years ago, I started working with families and professional caregivers of people dealing with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, as the executive director of an Alzheimer’s Association chapter....
Caring for Yourself

Caring for Yourself

Being responsible for assisting an elderly family member is important, but so are you Did you know more than 42 million people in the U.S. are family caregivers? You may be one and not realize it. Caregiving is hands-on assistance, but may also include errands, making...
Navigating the Stages of Care

Navigating the Stages of Care

Understand the services available to help you in caring for your elderly loved one For several years Pam Johnson cared for her husband, Joe who suffered from advanced diabetes, a chronic lung condition, and who was becoming increasingly forgetful. Pam and Joe’s...