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4 Recommendations When Supporting an Irrational Parent

4 Recommendations When Supporting an Irrational Parent

Across the board, people aren’t often open or transparent when discussing mental health and behavioral challenges and the strain it can cause on relationships. This can be compacted when it’s an elderly parent who is struggling and the adult child who is...
5 Secrets to Being an Observant Caregiver

5 Secrets to Being an Observant Caregiver

There are a number of skills that make an excellent caregiver. Being observant is at the top of that list. Being able to know what is happening with your patient, even when you aren’t with them, and also being able to communicate any concerns to the family is...
5 Ways to Help a Senior Grieve

5 Ways to Help a Senior Grieve

The times in our loves when we must grieve can be the most difficult. How do we best help a loved one in our lives who has to go through the grieving process? But why Grieve? No one wants to have to grieve, but when we’re faced with personal loss, that of a...
3 Ways to Combat Feelings of Isolation

3 Ways to Combat Feelings of Isolation

We’ve all had our struggles with feelings of isolation during the last two years of a global pandemic during which many of us stayed home. But this is an ongoing, daily challenge for many of the seniors in our communities. It can be underreported as well as...
4 Signs Your Loved One Needs More Care

4 Signs Your Loved One Needs More Care

While we all wish that our loved ones could live independently forever, we also know that this is just not how life always works. Determining what kind of extra care is needed is often the first step toward finding the right help. Sometimes it can be difficult to know...
5 Techniques To Support Families Living With Alzheimer’s

5 Techniques To Support Families Living With Alzheimer’s

When looking at diseases and conditions, we most often worry about how to support the person who has the condition. But those around them, their families, friends and immediate support system need care too. When it comes to an Alzheimer’s diagnosis, it can often...