Well-being is a term that we hear a lot, but what does it really mean? It turns out, it can mean different things to different people.
Here we list five things that might be helpful to family caregivers during the holiday season--and after too.
In this infographic, we illustrate the steps needed to plan for caring for a loved one sometime in the future.
Caregiving can be wonderful, but also too much when it makes someone helpless and bored. Dementia care expert and author G. Allen Power, MD, talks about how to care just the right amount in this new video.
Bathing or showering a loved one who can’t or won’t perform this daily function is probably one of the most commonly asked questions in caregiving. We break down the possible reasons this might be happening and how to solve the problem.
If you've ever wished you could ask an expert about caring for a loved one with dementia, we might have the answers right here. A nurse and geriatrician took questions from family caregivers and we share their top responses.