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While caregiving for a family member or loved one can seem daunting or even intimidating, it can also an extremely rewarding journey. Devoting yourself to the unpaid care of someone who is elderly, chronically ill, or disabled is among the greatest gifts we have to give. These articles can make the caregiving process easier, help you to overcome common challenges, and care for someone in way that enriches both of you.

Family Caregiving

Whether you're caring for an ailing parent, child, spouse, or other loved one, these tips can help you get the support you need while caring for someone in way that can benefit both of you.

Tips for Alzheimer’s & Dementia Caregivers

Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia impacts every aspect of your daily life. These tips can help you succeed on the caregiving journey.

Alzheimer’s and Dementia Behavior Management

When a dementia patient you're caring for experiences behavior problems such as wandering, aggressiveness, or hallucinations, it can be distressing. Making these simple changes can help.

Caregiver Stress and Burnout

The demands of caregiving can be overwhelming, but there are plenty of things you can do to rein in the stress and regain a sense of balance, joy, and hope in your life.

Respite Care

Caregiving is a demanding job and no one is equipped to do it alone. Respite care can provide you with a break to relieve stress, restore energy, and promote balance in your life.

Adult Day Care Services

Adult day care services are designed for older adults who require supervised care during the day, or are isolated and lonely. These tips can help you find the center that best fits your needs.

Home Care Services for Seniors

Finding the right home care services may be able to ease your caregiving responsibilities and keep your loved one in the comfort of their own home.

Hospice and Palliative Care

Seeking hospice and palliative care isn’t about giving up hope or hastening death, but rather a way to get the best quality care in the last phase of life.

Late Stage and End-of-Life Care

As a family caregiver, the final stages of a terminal illness can be a highly challenging, emotional time. These steps can help ensure your loved one's final months, weeks, or days are as good as they can be.