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Advice For Caregivers

Many of us will be spending Thanksgiving with our parents and siblings—either in person or virtually due to COVID-19. Either way, this is ... Continue Reading >
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Excerpt: Supporting and connecting meaningfully with someone living with dementia can make a vital positive difference and help overcome ... Continue Reading >
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As the COVID-19 situation continues to unfold, some people have wondered if they should take their parent out of a retirement or long term ... Continue Reading >
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Caregiving for an aging parent can have many rewards and many difficulties. Today, we are more open about talking about our caregiving ... Continue Reading >
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We all want to make our own choices, maintain control over our life, and have independence as we age. So if this is feasible, how do we ... Continue Reading >
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Having too many tasks and responsibilities when caring for a family member can become a major source of stress, which can affect the ... Continue Reading >
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Excerpt: Nearly 30% of Canadians provide informal, unpaid care, and those between 45 and 64 provide 75% of informal care for older ... Continue Reading >
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Let me tell you a story. Alyssa* was 25 years old when her grandmother, Margie, started to need some help with household tasks. Over the ... Continue Reading >
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Are you a family caregiver who is devoted to caring for your parent? It is admirable to be dedicated to providing excellent care for an ... Continue Reading >
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I’d like to start off by providing you with a situation that one of my clients is experiencing with her aging parent. Diane* walked in to ... Continue Reading >
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In the over 30 years I have worked with and on behalf of older adults and their families, countless times I have witnessed families ... Continue Reading >
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