Advice for Caregivers

Seniors Preserve War Stories Through Veterans’ History Project

Seniors Preserve War Stories Through Veterans’ History Project

Family caregivers can encourage veterans to discuss their experiences

Technology Helps Caregivers, But It’s No Substitute for Human Interaction

Technology Helps Caregivers, But It’s No Substitute for Human Interaction

Cell phones, laptops and other devices can be resources for caregivers

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How to Prevent Malnutrition in Older Adults

How to Prevent Malnutrition in Older Adults

Many seniors are at risk for malnutrition as they age. Follow these tips to help your loved ones get the nutrients they need.

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3 Ways to Plan for a Loved One’s Care in the Event of Disaster

3 Ways to Plan for a Loved One’s Care in the Event of Disaster

Conversations with your loved one and careful planning can make difficult days easier

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Caring for Someone with Dementia: Understanding What You Need

Caring for Someone with Dementia: Understanding What You Need

Each caregiving journey is unique, but it's important to identify what you need and find the resources that can help

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Talking About Caregiving at Work: What You Need to Know

Talking About Caregiving at Work: What You Need to Know

How to identify and address the stigma around caregiving conversations at work

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3 Tips for Managing Finances as a Caregiver

3 Tips for Managing Finances as a Caregiver

Discover what this financial professional learned when she became a caregiver for a family member

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4 Tips for Caregivers: How to Find Resources in Your Community

4 Tips for Caregivers: How to Find Resources in Your Community

Whether it's asking a friend or using the national database, there are many ways to find the help you need.

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Guideposts Classics: Brooke Shields' 4 Tips for Helping a Friend Cope with Depression

Guideposts Classics: Brooke Shields' 4 Tips for Helping a Friend Cope with Depression

In this story from August 2005, the actress, who lost a dear friend to suicide, shares the lessons she learned from that experience—and from her own struggle with depression.

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4 Tips to Make Long-Distance Caregiving More Effective

4 Tips to Make Long-Distance Caregiving More Effective

Bridge the gap with these helpful resources to give the very best of yourself to your loved one.

5 Important Conversations To Have with Seniors

5 Important Conversations To Have with Seniors

Taking the time to plan for an older relative's final years can ease worry and uncertainty

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5 Tips to Create a Personalized Memorial Service

5 Tips to Create a Personalized Memorial Service

Whether it's mementos or music, celebrate the life of a loved one by capturing the essence of who they are.

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6 Last-Minute Gift Ideas For Caregivers

6 Last-Minute Gift Ideas For Caregivers

Here are a few easy, last-minute gift ideas sure to please any caregiver this holiday season.

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Sandwich Generation: 5 Caregiving Tips to Make Life Easier

Sandwich Generation: 5 Caregiving Tips to Make Life Easier

Caring for kids and parents at the same time is tough. These tried and true tips will help take off some pressure.

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