Tag archive for ‘Caregivers’
Caregivers can aid a senior many different ways depending on the needs the caregiver can provide key benefits. Here is a helpful article from Inside Elder Care which lists for us important and detailed questions to ask when interviewing a prospective caregiver.
Millions of American Women are solely responsible for the care of their elderly loved ones. It is estimated that seven out of every ten adult children caring for their parents, are female. Many of these women are single, divorced or widowed, and bearing the caregiving burden alone. Learn more in this article from Senior.com.
This blog by Tender Loving Eldercare reminds us that the words we choose to say can make a powerful difference. Words are a direct reflection of our thoughts.
Caring for an elderly loved one can be emotionally and physically draining. Here in a very helpful list from Inside Elder Care of steps to take to develop a strong support network.
We live and work in a very fast paced society but we must remember to gear down in order to spend quality time in our elderly parents’ world. This article from Tender Loving Eldercare.
Here is a very useful list of 10 tips of advise for caregivers by Gail Samatha who is a specialist in elder care planning. This article from Wicked Local.
A Patient with Alzheimer’s will respond to your mood, voice tone and body language. Discover more helpful therapy methods in this article from Suite 101.
Elderly people with some form of dementia or memory loss may lose money during the Holiday Season from gimmicks and sales. This article from Suite 101 lists places a senior person is likely to overspend.
November 2009 National Caregivers Month is a time to recognise and show our appreciation for family caregivers. This article from Tender Loving Eldercare informs us of what we can do to shine the spotlight on these special giving people.
Caregivers have high demands on their time and emotions. Here is a very helpful article from My Care Community that outlines how to balance the holiday season.