Addressing Isolation & Loneliness

  • Is Caregiving for You?

    There might be some jobs out there better suited to a specific age in life, but caregiving can—and is—done by people from all ages and stages of life.

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  • The Benefits of Togetherness

    It might be time to start thinking about being together again. Well-being is not just about exercise and nutrition, but also relationships and emotional sturdiness.

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  • Caregiver Burnout and Other Risks

    Too much caregiving without support can lead to burnout and other ailments for a family caregiver. Learn how to avoid injury, stress, and maintain well-being.

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  • It’s a Match! Caregiver-Client Relationships

    Caregiving is about more than just one person fulfilling a list of a tasks; it’s about human relationships and connection.

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  • Top Five Types of Home Care

    Home care is not just one thing, but instead an umbrella term under which there are many types of care for many different types of needs and people. Learn about elder care, respite care, personal care, dementia care, and after-surgery care.

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  • Developmental Disabilities and Home Care

    People who are living with developmental disabilities often need a professional caregiver in addition to family member support.

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