You want answers, not more questions. The fact is though that you need to know what someone needs or perceives as a problem before determining what type of care they might need, and what your role might be in providing answers. Here is a short list of common question for family caregivers at any stage of caregiving.
Is what you know about caregiving actually true? We break down six common misconceptions and give you the facts.
Background checks can provide a sense of security for loved ones when they bring a caregiver into the lives of their loved one who needs assistance.
This article looks at a new study that found interactions with strangers can make people happier. Consider that a caregiver is a stranger at first, but such a relationship has the potential to make someone feel less lonely and more connected.