Family Caregivers

Tips to Know When It’s Time for Assisted Senior Care

Tips for Overcoming Your Guilt When Your Loved One Needs Care

Tips for Understanding a Dementia Diagnosis

Tips for Gaining Guardianship of a Loved One with Memory Loss

3 Considerations to Make When Planning and Paying for Senior Care

Planning and Paying for Senior Car

If your loved one is experiencing difficulties that accompany aging, it might be time to start thinking about planning for future care. While we would all like to imagine living out our days free from the necessity of long-term care, in reality, approximately two-thirds of people ages 65 and older will require long-term care in some form, according to AARP

7 Reasons for Respite Care: Important Benefits for Caregivers

As the number of older adults living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias increases, more and more family members step into the role of caregiver. While caring for a loved one with memory loss is honorable and often rewarding, few people realize the physical and emotional tolls caregivers endure. As Alzheimer’s disease continues to affect families, the need for quality care services, such as respite care, becomes greater.