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    The 4 Most Important Caregiving Questions, Answered

    Anytime someone new comes into the home it may spark questions. This is especially true when you have a new caregiver in the home. Your caregiver will be spending quality time with your loved one and may be helping them

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    How to Best Communicate With a Loved One in the Late Stages of Dementia

    According to the World Health Organization, an estimated 50 million people are living worldwide with dementia. This is projected to reach 82 million by 2030 and nearly double that by 2050. In the US, approximately 5.7

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    Best Methods for Helping Your Parents Accept In-Home Help

    Among the hardest conversations you'll likely have with your parents is talking about accepting help at home. It places you in a role reversal you may never be truly ready for. Suddenly you're now responsible for the

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    How to Conduct a “Quality of Life” Survey for Your Loved One

    How to Conduct a “Quality of Life” Survey for Your Loved One

    No one likes the idea of losing their independence, but time stops for no one. Although your loved one may not be excited about having a stranger come into their home and help with their care, it will certainly help

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    Communication is Key: 4 Things You Should be Telling Your Parent’s Caregiver

    Communication is Key: 4 Things You Should be Telling Your Parent’s Caregiver

    Communication is key in any relationship, and crucial in the relationship between contract staff and the patient's loved ones. The relationship between an in-home caregiver and the patient's family isn't always

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    3 Ways to Remove the Stress from Your Senior Parent Relationship

    3 Ways to Remove the Stress from Your Senior Parent Relationship

    We love our parents more than almost anything.  As we’ve grown up under their nurturing guidance, we naturally want to return the favor as they reach their later stages of life.  However, parents of senior age can

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