Is It Safe for Mom to Live Alone?

Helping Mom Take Her Medicine

It’s not easy coming to terms with the fact that a parent’s health is declining. Parents often are reluctant to admit they may need help or that they can’t continue…

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5 Signs You May Need to Talk to Someone

Woman comforting a caregiver

Caregivers are among the most compassionate and dedicated people we know. The very characteristics that could make someone great at caregiving could also place them at risk. Why? Because caregiving…

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4 Ways to Help Struggling Caregivers

Help a stressed caregiver

As the U.S. population continues to grow older and live longer, many people find themselves providing for the caregiving needs of aging parents, children with disabilities, or even family friends.…

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Millennials Are Stepping Up as Caregivers

Daughter Bringing Groceries to Older Mom

The profile of caregivers is changing, and more young people are stepping up to care for aging parents and grandparents. A 2020 AARP survey found that 1 in 4 family caregivers are millennials.

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