How to Climb the Caregiving Career Ladder
When you’re a caregiver, doing the same job day in and day out for years can put a damper on your spark and passion. Fortunately, there are several ways to rekindle the fire you once had while climbing the career ladder, starting with those that follow.
How to Assist When a Senior is Dealing with Incontinence
According to the CDC, roughly half of all older adults live with urinary incontinence. For many seniors, incontinence can be messy, uncomfortable, or embarrassing. If you are assisting an aging loved one with bladder control issues, these incontinence care tips will help keep them more comfortable, confident, and active.
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How to Avoid Feelings of Guilt When Taking a Respite Care Break
Feelings of guilt are so prevalent among family caregivers that it even has a name: “caregiver guilt.” Many caregivers feel guilty because they believe they’re not providing adequate care; they experience guilt over feeling frustrated and angry about their chaotic life or lack of control, or over their need to take a respite care break.
Caregiver Health: Depression and Caregiving
Family caregivers spend an average of more than 24 hours a week helping their loved ones continue to live at home. Unfortunately, this time commitment and all the other obligations a caregiver has often put their physical and mental health at the bottom of their to-do list.
Home Health Care vs. Home Care – What’s the Difference?
Two terms that sound the same but provide distinctly different services are “home health care” and “home care.” Both types of care are instrumental in keeping seniors healthy and safe at home, but the duties performed by the professionals providing them are very different.
5 Fun Activities to Enjoy this National Senior Citizens Day
Why not spend National Senior Citizens Day introducing your loved ones to fun activities they can enjoy throughout the year? If that’s your goal, these entertainment ideas should make the festivities even more memorable for you both.
How to Convince a Senior Loved One It’s Time to Stop Driving
Having difficult conversations with aging parents often becomes necessary as the years pass. One of the hardest conversations you might ever have is convincing a senior loved one it’s time to stop driving. Here are some tips that can make that conversation easier.