Caregivers

The Vista Memory Care Program: Why It’s so Special

Coordinating Care for an Aging Parent With Your Siblings

What to Do When Your Aging Parent Doesn't Want Visitors

When Your Aging Parent Doesn't Want Visitors

When your aging parent lives in an assisted living community, it’s common for friends and family to want to visit. Not only do they want to see their loved one’s new home and experience a piece of their new lifestyle, but they want to be sure they are settling in nicely and are enjoying their community. Many adult children like to visit and see their aging parent so they can make sure they are receiving the care they deserve and are embracing their lifestyle.

Elder Law: The Importance of Legal Planning for Today’s Seniors

Senior Care Options: Why Assisted Senior Care Offers More Than Home Care Today

Why Assisted Senior Care Offers More Than Home Care Today

“As the number of older adults continues to grow, more and more of them are beginning to think about senior care and their lifestyle options,” says Sue Sunderland, Executive Director at The Bridges at Warwick in Jamison, PA. 

“In some cases, it might be the result of a home that has become too difficult to manage. While in other situations, it may be due to some physical limitations or medical problems that require additional care and support.

A Memory Care Guide for Caregivers: Helping Your Loved One with Dementia Get Enough Sleep

Late-Stage Memory Care Tips: When a Spouse Can No Longer Participate in Decision-Making

Making a Memory Box: Relive Happy Times with Your Loved One with Memory Loss

The Many Benefits of Respite Stays for Caregivers and Their Loved Ones

As the number of older Americans continues to grow and more of us live longer, the number of family caregivers in our country also increases. The daily challenges of taking care of a dependent loved one are many. Beyond the substantial commitment of time, energy and physical exertion, at-home caregivers also face significant stress and anxiety as a byproduct of their ongoing role – one that usually offers no personal downtime or respite.

Coping Tips for Caring for a Spouse

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