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February 22, 2019

Where has Compassion Gone?

I cry for my mom, not because she is 86, but on the contrary, I am blessed that she is still with us. I cry for the uncharitable people of this world who view people like […]
February 21, 2019

Power Caregiving

When the first signs of a serious illness occur in a spouse, friend or family member, one may feel very powerless and overwhelmed. Surprisingly though, when assuming the role of caregiver, whether directly in your home […]
February 20, 2019

Love Is In The Details

How do you show love? Do you write sonnets and leave love notes by the cereal, or are you a little more down to earth? Do you show your feelings by taking out the trash and […]
February 19, 2019

Caregiving through a Doctor’s Eyes

2006 Content Provided by: Judy Schmidt This is a man receiving an intramuscular immunization from a nurse. Vaccinations are most often given via the intramuscular route in the deltoid or thigh muscle, to optimize the immune […]
February 18, 2019

Effective Pain Management

In both acute and chronic health conditions, pain is top on the list of concerns for patients, caregivers and physicians. Effective pain control improves the individual’s state of mind and ability to move through the healing […]
February 15, 2019

Recharge

Recharging your batteries is one of the most important ways to help your loved one. R: Rest. One of the most important things a caregiver can do for the person they’re caring for is to take care […]
February 14, 2019

Tapping the Wellspring of Time and Energy

February 13, 2019

Family Caregiver Tools: Planning a Family Meeting

February 11, 2019

Don’t Let Depression Get You Down

Caregiving can sometimes be a depressing venture. Not only does it usually involve someone we love deteriorating before our eyes, our own lives become completely rearranged. Believe it or not, when the holidays are right around […]

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