Caregiving is an act of compassion and dedication for those we love – but it can often come at a price, from caregiver burnout to compassion fatigue. Discover strategies to best care for others and yourself during your caregiving journey.
Discover How to Get Paid to Take Care of Family Members: A Comprehensive Guide for Family Caregivers
Learn the secrets to becoming a paid caregiver, and get reimbursed for the family caregiving services you provide for a loved one. Learn about government programs, insurance policies, and resources that can help you get reimbursed. Find out how platforms like Aidaly, Givers, and Hero may help to simplify your caregiving journey and alleviate the financial burdens.
Engaging a Care Partner: Benefits and Setting Boundaries in Care Partnering
Taking care: Navigating the complexities of caregiving can be a daunting task for caregivers. Learn how those who receive and provide care need to strike a balance and establish boundaries to foster a healthy care partnering relationship.
Long-distance caregiving: tips for caring from afar
It’s hard to see someone you love struggling with old age or a medical condition – it’s even harder to support them when you live far away. How do you know if they can handle daily chores? Are they taking their meds on time? Do they pay their bills and visit their doctor when needed?
Are caregiver expenses tax deductible? How to claim caregiver medical expenses
Paying for Mom’s or Dad’s prescriptions, doctor’s appointments, or medical monitoring devices can get expensive. You may have had to make home modifications or offer financial assistance to help your older loved ones support themselves.
These expenses can add up; in fact, American families spend almost 26% of their annual income on caregiving, including 17% on medical costs. Fortunately, there are tax breaks available for caregivers that may offer some financial relief.