These considerations for traveling while caregiving will prevent the spread of COVID-19 and reduce any accidental exposure.
With these safety tips for home health care workers, you can provide the best experience for your loved ones or residents.
If you’re a caregiver that’s creating a backup plan, take a look at these key points.
The difference between weight loss and toning.
It feels like whatever you want to happen quickly, doesn’t, and whatever you’d prefer to deal with later won’t wait.
As caregivers, we can be all too familiar with crippling depression and how hard it is to deal with.
We’ve been there and we’re here to help. Here are suggestions from your fellow caregivers.
How many times have you thought of a great meal idea that you are sure will be tasty and pleasing, gone grocery shopping, prepared the recipe and made a nice presentation for your loved one, and then hear from them, “I just can’t eat that”?
Seeing our loved one in need forces us to grab a hold of something deep within that gives us a little more fuel for the next day.
We hope this infographic helps raise awareness about just how MANY of us there are.
It’s our pleasure to introduce and formally welcome Susan Bratton, CEO and founder of Meals to Heal, a healthy meal delivery service designed for cancer patients and caregivers alike.
It’s not at all uncommon for caregivers to find their sex drives change, they can feel disconnected from their partners, and sexual habits can change radically. Here’s a useful tip that works for me, and I hope it works for you!
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The payoffs of journaling is pure freedom, which gives profoundly beneficial stress relief, as it is one activity the caregiver may perform their way.
Our loved ones and patients aren’t the only ones to look out for falls– caregivers fall too. And fall prevention is a crucial part of “self-care.”
Considering the number of ways to illustrate the concept of caregiving, not to mention the enormous diversity of the caregiver population, the consistent use of this particular image will tell only one “caregiver story.”
Emergency Care Plan: If family caregivers become sick or have an accident or require medical attention and help for themselves.
Somehow we keep going, fueled by the incredible love we have, letting go of the guilt when that we cannot make them better.
As I turn to consider my last set of living grandparents as a 25-year-old man with three parents approaching their mid-sixties, I question whether I feel prepared enough to offer them the same level of no-nonsense care they’ve been dolling out for years.
I have been invited to join The Caregiver Space by Adrienne and her wonderful staff to provide helpful information and insight to help make all caregivers around the world more valuable by making better lifestyle choices and ways to become more fit
I just read a very moving post and can so relate to being demeaned, belittled and insulted by the person we are caring for.
“Share the Care” is a book and a website where you can learn to organize a group to care for someone who is seriously ill.