Are you angry more often than you used to be? It’s common for caregivers.
When your elderly family member has mobility issues, she might stay home or avoid socializing because it seems too difficult.
Not everyone in the family might understand that having some help is vital to getting your senior the care she needs.
Prioritizing your own care can make you a better caregiver.
If your elderly family member is still driving, she needs to do so as safely as possible.
Every now and again you might find yourself concerned about whether your senior is getting sick or not.
You or your senior might not realize just how important foot health is.
A good caregiver is always happy and never angry, right? Not so much.
amily caregivers must see that their aging loved one gets their hair washed at least once per week to keep them healthy, clean and looking good. If washing hair has become a fight between them, it may be time to hire an elderly care provider to assist.
Asking for help is not easy to do as a caregiver. But the more you practice, the better you’ll get.