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Caregiver Stress

Mothers Caring for Mothers: Tips to Reduce Caregiver Stress

Mothers, more than ever before, are being pulled in many, many directions. Oftentimes part of the “sandwich generation,” they’re not […]
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What Is MS? Here’s What You Need to Know About Multiple Sclerosis

We hear so much about it, and it’s likely you know at least one person diagnosed with it, but you […]
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Communication Struggles: Dementia Tips And Ideas For You & Your Loved One

The progression of dementia varies with each person, but often communication becomes difficult and you may be seeking ways to […]
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National Family Caregivers Month

November is National Family Caregivers Month and is an opportunity to recognize and honor the more than 65 million caregivers […]
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It’s Time For Change To Come For Our Hidden Heroes Programs! That Why Attention Is Increasing for Military and Veteran Caregivers

Nashville was one of fifty-four cities announced this week (named “Hidden Heroes Cities”) by the Elizabeth Dole Foundation to challenge […]
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It’s Time For Those Fall Activities That Will Help Seniors and Caregivers Improve Your Mood And Decrease Your Stress Levels

The crisp, cool mornings and beautiful fall days have arrived. Along with the season comes many outdoor activities providing opportunities […]
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Multiple Sclerosis MS Planning & Caregiving

Caregiving for a Loved One with Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can be unpredictable and abilities can change daily. Understanding the diagnosis, medications, management techniques and the at-home […]
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Learn How Using Your Pets During Therapy Can Have Benefits for Personal Care Workers and Loved Ones

There is an undeniable power in the animal-human bond. Throughout the United States, pet therapy, often referred to as animal-assisted […]
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You are Not Alone: Grieving a Loved One’s Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

Sadness, anger, grief, guilt, feelings of loss and abandonment. These are all normal feelings when a loved one’s Alzheimer’s is […]
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Quality In-Home Care: Relationship & Accountability

Relationships. This boundless word holds great power. Treaties made, businesses built, and careers started all because of relationships. Some turn […]
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Keeping Families Connected

Arthritis Care Tips: You Don’t Have To Live In So Much Pain. This Article Will Show You What To Do.

According to the American Arthritis Foundation, more than 50 million Americans have arthritis. It is one of the most common diseases […]
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Your Advocate at Doctor’s Visits

Medical appointments can be a stressful and sometimes intimidating experience, and having a caregiver join you can help ensure all […]
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