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Get The Help You Need: 3 Signs You Need Respite Care For Your Aging Parent

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If you’re the primary caregiver for an aging parent, you have a full-time job. Even when you enjoy providing that care, there are times when the responsibility may be too much. For those times, you need to rely on respite care. Respite care provides in-home services for those moments when you’re not able to care for your loved one. If you’re not sure you’ll benefit from respite care, read the information provided below.…

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How To Welcome A New In-Home Care Aid

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Hiring an in-home caregiver can make life a lot easier when you have a loved one who needs skilled nursing or just some help with daily tasks. But if this will be the first time you have a caregiver in your home, you might be a little unsure about how to welcome them, introduce them to your loved one, and get the relationship off to a good start. Here are some tips to point you in the right direction!…

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Is Your Loved One Exhibiting Dementia-Related Anger? 4 Ways Elderly Home Care Can Improve Your Relationship

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Your loved one’s dementia diagnosis brings many changes to your family’s life. Although you might have known that dementia can cause personality and behavior changes, you might not have been prepared to find your loved one suddenly lashing out at you in anger. Sadly, anger can arise for many different reasons in people with dementia, but you don’t have to deal with your loved one’s harsh words or aggressive behavior alone.…

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