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It's important to be familiar with the medical conditions that impact a senior loved one's ability to drive—and which adaptive strategies may help them stay behind the wheel.
So that you'll know when to take action, here are 10 things to watch for in assessing whether a senior loved one is still a capable and safe driver.
If a senior you're caring for is experiencing new difficulties, it might be time to look to the health cabinet.
One of the most important and often forgotten things you can do as a caregiver is to take care of yourself.
If you are a caregiver for a loved one or family member, you may find these seven tips from professional caregivers helpful and instructive.
Many of us have experienced difficulty in discussing sensitive issues with older parents and grandparents as we care for them. Here are seven tips for keeping open the lines of communication.
It's acknowledged that caregiving takes a toll on the person who is engaged in it, but recent studies show there are also benefits.
A service dog who saved his blind owner reminds us of the unique bonds between the dogs and those they care for.
Here are some tips to help adult offspring work together to look after their aging parents.
An excerpt from Carolyn A. Brent's new book The Caregiver's Companion
Songwriter Amy Grant tells of caring for her father who has profound dementia.
Helpful advice on what to say and do when a caregiver is going through a difficult time.
Peace is seeing a sunset and knowing whom to thank.
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