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Caregiving

Caregiving is a rewarding, frustrating, inspiring experience. Whether you are caring for an elderly parent or your partner, it’s important to remember to also take care of yourself. We can help.

5 Positive Lifestyle Changes That Improve the Stages of Dementia
1 year ago

5 Positive Lifestyle Changes That Improve the Stages of Dementia

There is huge media interest these days about dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

Every day it seems there is a newspaper headline talking about a supposed cure or a celebrity who has been affected. Research indicates that because we are more aware of it, we are more afraid of it. Read More

Expecting the Unexpected as a Caregiver: How to Create a Backup Plan
1 year ago

Expecting the Unexpected as a Caregiver: How to Create a Backup Plan

Being the primary care partner for a person living with dementia is tough.

Beyond the grief of watching a person you love go through an unforgiving disease process, you’ve got the practical matter of another grown person’s life to manage, as well as your own. Read More

5 Things They Don’t Tell You Before You Start Your Caregiving Journey
1 year ago

5 Things They Don’t Tell You Before You Start Your Caregiving Journey

I was completely unprepared for my caregiving journey and set out on choppy waters because I was determined to care for my parents. Read More

How to Keep Your Self-Identity as a Senior Care Partner
1 year ago

How to Keep Your Self-Identity as a Senior Care Partner

Caring for a parent or partner living with dementia can become an all-consuming task. It is often an experience that becomes your whole life. Some care partners take on the role because they want to, some because they feel they have to, and others because they never considered any other option. Read More

Taking a Walk Down Memory Lane with an Alzheimer’s Patient
1 year ago

Taking a Walk Down Memory Lane with an Alzheimer’s Patient

Caring for a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s can be an emotional and exhausting process.

A typical day is consumed by activities of daily living, medical care, and the everyday struggles associated with memory loss. When lost in the haze of our daily routine, it can be all too easy to miss out on opportunities to spend quality time with each other. Read More

5 Tips for Turning Your Caregiver Duties from Burdens to Opportunities
1 year ago

5 Tips for Turning Your Caregiver Duties from Burdens to Opportunities

Are you a family caregiver to a loved one? Many are. In fact, nearly 40 million Americans are caregivers. Six in 10 are employed while juggling caregiving. And a surprising 25% of family caregivers are Millennials. Read More

What We Learned Visiting Hundreds of Senior Living Communities
2 years ago

What We Learned Visiting Hundreds of Senior Living Communities

The Seniorly Team has visited hundreds of senior housing properties in their quest to consolidate senior care information for families searching online. With their combined experiences, they have truly seen it all. Read More

Family Member Living with Dementia? Here’s How to Handle Family Conflicts
2 years ago

Family Member Living with Dementia? Here’s How to Handle Family Conflicts

In working with 1,100 people living with dementia, I’ve found working with them is the easy part! It’s their families who are much more challenging. Read More

4 Tips to Convince an Elderly Parent to Stop Driving
2 years ago

4 Tips to Convince an Elderly Parent to Stop Driving

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What do you do when your elderly parent is no longer a safe driver?

How to get an elderly person to stop driving is a top concern among caregivers. If you’ve discovered that your parent or someone close to you is no longer a safe driver, talking to them about giving up the car keys is one of the most difficult conversations to have. But it is one that’s extremely important. Read More

When Facing a Serious Illness, Palliative Care Can Ease Pain and Anxiety
2 years ago

When Facing a Serious Illness, Palliative Care Can Ease Pain and Anxiety

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Over the past year, several people I know have been diagnosed with serious illnesses. They’ve undergone equally serious treatments including surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. For them and for their loved ones, it was a time for “all hands on deck.”

However, I believe that a number of hands were missing. Read More

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