There are so many things to manage when you become the caregiver for an aging parent–medical appointments, health insurance, finances, transportation, shopping–the list goes on and on. There are many daily tasks on this list that vary depending on your parents’ abilities–these could include helping them dress, doing laundry, preparing meals, cleaning the house and, well, a host of other things. This section of the website provides information on managing this wide and varied to-do list.
Companionship is one thing often missing in an elderly parent’s life. Pets can fill a void and add other benefits to their lives as well. Author: Anne Bogardus, Founder and former caregiver Note: This information is provided for educational and information purposes...read more
This information is provided for educational and information purposes only. It is not medical advice. Please consult a medical professional for specific questions. A major concern for many family caregivers caring for aging parents is how to make sure they are eating...read more