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Caregiving for a parent with dementia: what you should know
Caring for someone with dementia can be demanding. But while the disease can be unpredictable, understanding its challenges and learning strategies to overcome them can help you care for your loved one with confidence.
Caregiving for a parent with cancer: what you should know
Undergoing cancer treatment is not easy – it’s physically and emotionally exhausting, and often requires the assistance of a caregiver as the disease progresses. For the caregiver, providing care – while not always an easy task – can be a rewarding experience full of love and a newfound level of respect for your loved one.
Read on to uncover important strategies to consider during your caregiving experience.
Caregiving for an abusive parent: common challenges and helpful solutions
Caring for an abusive parent can be incredibly difficult.
Just as with any caregiving role, it is essential to set boundaries with your care recipient, and never forget to put your self-care first. A healthy mindset can help you get through this challenging period and can minimize suffering for everyone involved.
It’s time to talk about taking your medicine: America’s medication adherence crisis is a $300 billion problem
For patients managing a chronic medical condition, day-to-day care can feel like a full-time job. Between juggling doctors’ visits, monitoring health data and maintaining a healthy lifestyle, it’s easy for things like taking daily medication to slip through the cracks. Indeed, medication non-adherence is one of the most widespread health care issues among millions of individuals. It’s also one of the least talked about.