Family Caregiving

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5 Tips to Adjust Your Expectations as a Caregiver

You can make life easier by accepting a more realistic version of your role.

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How This Christian Nonprofit Is Helping Families and Children with Intellectual Disabilities

Jill’s House provides overnight round-the-clock care and individually-tailored activities.

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Battling Caregiver Sleep Deprivation: What Can You Do?

When your loved one has dementia, it can make nighttime rocky, but there are ways to improve both your sleep routines.

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A woman preparing her work outfit.

Tips for Sandwich Generation Caregivers to Return to the Workplace During Covid-19

For parents who care for their own parents, transitioning back to on-site work requires creative thinking.

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A daughter caregiving for her father.

Is It Time to Step in and Give Your Older Loved One More Support?

Asking “How do I know if …?” questions can help you identify problems and good solutions.

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How to Pray for Your Aging Parents

After a lifetime of receiving prayers, one son is committed to offering them daily for his elderly mom and dad.

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A mother in her golden years with her daughter.

Making Sure Mom Is Well Cared For: Can You Do It All?

Mothering your own mom requires an abundance of time and energy, so getting help is key.

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Is Caring for a Family Member Good Experience for Professional Caregiving?

You learn a lot by doing, but training in dementia care is important for any caregiver—professional or otherwise.

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Make Sure Your Loved One’s Diet Is Healthy Despite Covid-19 Challenges

Proper nutrition is crucial for older adults. Follow these tips to help your loved one maintain healthy eating habits.

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An aging mother in wheelchair converses with her caregiver son.

Caring for a Parent When Your Relationship Has Been Strained

Whether you assume a hands-on or a backseat role, caregiving may offer an opportunity for healing.

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How to Take Care of Yourself as a Sandwich Generation Caregiver

Juggling the care of your children and an aging loved one calls for a dose of help.

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Jean and Alex Trebek

Jean Trebek on Finding Joy with Her Husband Alex Despite His Pancreatic Cancer

Faith, family and friends have seen this loving couple through their greatest challenge.

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Aging Alone After Your Caregiving Journey Ends

The knowledge you’ve gained while caring for your loved one can help you prepare you to age well.

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A caregiver plays piano with her client.

6 Ideas to Keep Your Loved One Engaged at Home During Covid-19

Familiar routines are important to people with dementia, even if you are staying close to home these days.

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