Caregiving

Whether you or a family member is caring for a spouse, parent or loved one, find support in articles, advice, prayers, and inspirational stories for caregivers.

Actor Courtney B. Vance on the Challenges and Rewards of Caregiving
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Actor Courtney B. Vance on the Challenges and Rewards of Caregiving

The acclaimed actor, featured on the cover of the August 2016 issue of Guideposts, shares how he, his wife, Angela Bassett, and their children have all joined together to care for Vance's mother, who is afflicted with ALS.

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10 Signs Medications Could Be Causing Problems
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10 Signs Medications Could Be Causing Problems

If a senior you're caring for is experiencing new difficulties, it might be time to look to the health cabinet.

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Advice for Alzheimer’s Family Caregivers
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Advice for Alzheimer’s Family Caregivers

Alzheimer’s is a condition that is trying for both the patient and the caregiver. Here's a checklist that can help family caregivers take care of themselves, even as they care for their loved ones.

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Easing the Effects of Stress on Family Caregivers
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Easing the Effects of Stress on Family Caregivers

Research says caregiving takes a toll on work and family life. Here are some tips to help you navigate what can be a difficult and stressful time.

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7 Tips for Coping With the Emotions of Caregiving
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7 Tips for Coping With the Emotions of Caregiving

Caregiving can foster a wide range of emotions, both positive and negative. Here are seven tips to help you learn how to navigate them.

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7 Tips for Handling Caregiving Challenges
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7 Tips for Handling Caregiving Challenges

If you are a caregiver for a loved one or family member, you may find these seven tips from professional caregivers helpful and instructive.

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A Deeper Kind of Caregiving
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A Deeper Kind of Caregiving

She had her work cut out for her in caring for her new client, Roger. His yard and house were a mess after a long period of neglect. But she soon learned that job one was to show an interest in the man, not his house.

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Chad Veach on his new book Unreasonable Hope
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What His Daughter's Brain Disorder Taught Pastor Chad Veach About Hope

The author of the new book Unreasonable Hope talks about the turning point in his family's fight against a rare brain disorder. 

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10 Signs Your Senior Could Need Help
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10 Signs Your Senior Could Need Help

The conditions of aging can leave seniors at risk in their own homes. Check out the signs that an older adult may need help at home.

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Good Nutrition is the Best Medicine for Aging Adults
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Good Nutrition is the Best Medicine for Aging Adults

A dietitian and nutrition therapist reminds us that good nutrition, exercise and companionship can be the best form of preventative medicine for seniors.

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