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Becoming a caregiver or need to know about caregiving duties to hire help? This free, printable Caregiver Responsibilities Checklist will come in handy.
Denel Morris saved to Dad
I know the real words, but let's face it, when your incontinent elderly mother is covered in poop, it doesn't matter what they call it, you just want to know how to clean it up quickly!
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Here's an honest look at the challenges of caring for an elderly parent and 6 things to make the process of being a caregiver a little bit easier.
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If you are looking for best tips for elderly caregiving, you are at the right place. We bring you "Elderly Caregiving 101" guide, that will solve all your caregiving doubts.
When I first became a caregiver I thought I would never need "outside" help. Boy, was I wrong! I soon saw the value in hiring home care for my elderly parent but I made several mistakes along the way. #caregiver #tips #agingparents #assistedliving #hiredhelp #homecare
Eight tips for caregiver--the music one is great, old hymns really stick with older adult church folks!
Chassell saved to Caregiving
When you are taking care of someone with Dementia, it can be seemingly impossible to keep the independent and engaged. These ten caregiver tested products will enhance your elderly loved one's quality of life and give you some much-needed peace of mind. #caregiving #dementia #alzheimers #elderlyparent #caregivertools
As a dementia & Alzheimers caregiver, you may be wondering why your loved one does the same thing over an over again. This can be something like asking the same questions over and over, or cycling through repetitive behaviors. Tips and ideas for how to help with repetitive behaviors. #alzheimers #dementia #caregivers
Patricia Pagac saved to Dementia activities
5 Best Things You Need to Know to Overcome Intense Caregiver Stress
10 Tips for Family Caregivers High Quality-min.png Seek support from other caregivers. You are not alone! Take care of your own health so that you can be strong enough to take care of your loved one. Accept offers of help and suggest specific things people can do to help you. Learn how to communicate effectively with doctors. Caregiving is hard work so take respite breaks often. Watch out for signs of depression and don't delay getting professional help when you need it. Be open to new…
Tammy Pardington saved to D&I Folder