Can Caregiver Burnout Be Prevented?
Providing care for an aging relative or loved one is often physical and emotionally challenging. Learn how to recognize the early signs of burnout – and how to prevent it.
Why are the Elderly Making a Switch in Medicare Coverage?
A government report reveals a troubling pattern among Medicare enrollees in their last year of life.
Aging Life Care Managers
As many family caregivers know all too well, caring for an elderly loved one can overwhelm you quickly.
How to Make Home Caregiving Easier
Caregiving is hard, but don’t let your home make it harder.
Understanding the Issues of Elder Law
The three main areas of focus for elder law attorneys include health care, estate and tax planning and guardianship matters.
Elderly Woman Thanks Firefighters for Ride to Visit Husband
An 87-year-old woman stranded for hours by a taxi company was given a free ride home in a fire engine, thanks to San Diego firefighters who noticed she was in distress.
Cost of Caregiving Can Cause Conflict
Family members of all kinds have fought over money matters since time immemorial, but it may be worse for cash-strapped caregiving families. The costs of caregiving activities, including hiring aides, buying supplie, and covering medical and pharmacy copays, negatively affect family caregivers’ pocketbooks and morale.
How Bad Is Caregiver Burnout?
A new study showed that caregiver burnout is becoming a growing problem.
Best Home Modifications to ‘Age in Place’?
As they get older, many — even most — Americans prefer to remain in their own homes as long as they can, AKA “age in place.” However, to do that, many will need to make their residences safer and easier to navigate, by making home modifications.
How Can I Live a Comfortable Life as a Senior?
Recently, WHO revealed that the percentage of global citizens over 60 years will double from 12% to 22% between 2015 and 2050.