Visiting A Loved One With Alzheimer's? Remember These 3 Tips
Take note of these three tips before visiting your loved one with Alzheimer's disease.
What to Say — and Not to Say — to Someone Whose Loved One Has Recentl…
Many people avoid talking to someone whose loved one has just died – from cancer or other causes – because it makes them feel uncomfortable and they are not su…
Hidden accounts, secret debts and quiet overspending: Why are we hiding our personal finances...
About 44% of adults admit to hiding a bank account or debt, or to spending more money than their partner would tolerate, says CreditCards.com survey.
Reasons Your Loved One Should be Screened for Glaucoma
When should you be screened for glaucoma? Learn about the risk factors and importance of early detection from Baton Rouge ophthalmologists.
Have Fun Today: 101 Things to Do with a Loved One Who Has Alzheimer’s
(ActivityTherapy) Activities can include all aspects of life, including social and religious activities. The two most important activities that you can provide are exercise and music. Exercise and …
How to Care for an Elderly Loved One
Looking after an elderly loved one can be similar to raising a child, except your kid wouldn't accuse you of hiding the car keys. Learn how to handle difficult situations and still keep your cool.
How Caregivers Can Use Pet Therapy to Care for Their Loved One
My favorite cartoonist, the late Charles Schulz of Peanuts fame, wrote that, “Happiness is a warm puppy.” I wonder if he knew that happiness is just the start when it comes to enhancing the lives o…
Why hospice care might benefit your loved one sooner than you think
Bettina’s dad Paul (89 years), a once robust and active man, was getting weaker every day due to heart failure. They met with a surgeon to consider his opt
How to Help Your Loved One Cope with Disabilities
Dealing with a disability, whether it's a physical one or something less visible like hearing loss, can be frustrating for your loved one. How you both approach problem solving can make a big difference.
4 Tips for Walking with Your Elderly Loved One
Walking is fantastic exercise for your elderly loved one because she doesn't need any special equipment. It's also something that you can do together in order to stay healthy. As her family caregiver, it's a good idea to start out your new exercise plan properly.
How to Organize Your Finances for Your Loved Ones
Getting your financial records together can be a huge help for your loved ones if they need to act on your behalf or settle your estate.
Password security tips: When and how to share them safely with loved ones
Your passwords are one kind of secret you probably need to keep, even from trusted loved ones. A new survey from Intel Security reveals people's habits and the risks they might be taking.
8 Amazing Health Benefits of Kissing Your Loved Ones
Kissing not only makes you feel good, it is also good for you -- here are 8 amazing reasons why you should consider kissing your loved ones more often.
Why Is Hearing Loss Potentially a Huge Problem for Your Elderly Loved One?
Besides the obvious problems associated with hearing loss, your elderly loved one is at risk of other problems when his or her hearing begins to fail. If you're aware of the potential trouble that could pop up, you're more likely to be better prepared to help the individual deal with the situation.
How to file a loved one’s taxes after they’ve passed away
When a financially comfortable loved one departs, a bevy of tax issues can come into play.
How to Prevent the Measles Outbreak from Affecting Your Loved Ones (infographic)
UnityPoint Clinic discusses the critical details you and your loved ones need to know about the recent measles outbreak.
5 Valentine's Day Tips for Your Aging Loved One
We've put together a helpful list of ideas to make your house-bound loved one feel special on Valentine's Day.
6 Survival Tips for Moving Your Elderly Loved One
Moving a senior loved one can be emotional and logistically overwhelming. Read these six simple tips to help make the transition easier.
When A Loved One Dies Of Overdose, What Happens To The Family?
Grieving the loss of a loved one to drug overdose can be difficult when it is mixed with guilt and remorse. But support is scarce for those who are left behind.
How Loved Ones with Alzheimer's Benefit from Our Visits
The Alzheimer’s Society is encouraging family and friends to stay active in the lives of loved ones with Alzheimer's, citing lasting benefits. Learn more.