Blog Posts in February, 2017

Solutions for the "Sandwich Generation"

Taking care of children is a challenge by itself, but combining child care with elder care for aging loved ones can seem all but impossible. If this describes you, you’re a member of the ...
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Understanding the Physical and Cognitive Changes at the End of Life

Even when a person is in hospice care, there is no way to accurately predict how long he or she has left. But there are many changes associated with the dying process. In a person with a terminal ...
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The Importance of Transitioning Care

When a senior patient is discharged from the hospital, he or she is at a high risk of being re-admitted to the hospital within the first month. Some seniors may be at a higher risk because they forget ...
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Protecting Your Health as a Caregiver

Family caregivers are selfless individuals who restructure their daily lives in order to provide much-needed services to their loved ones. Providing elder care to an aging parent or other relative is ...
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