• 26 APR 18
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    Are You Burning Out? Four Signs of Caregiver Burnout

    Are You Burning Out? Four Signs of Caregiver Burnout

    You’ve been doing it all—taking mom to her doctor’s appointments, making sure she eats healthy meals, and keeping her yard under control. Being a caregiver is rewarding, but it can take a toll on your well being if you’re not careful. Can you remember the last time you went to dinner with friends? Have you

    • 09 FEB 18
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    Misconceptions About Long Term Care Insurance

    Misconceptions About Long Term Care Insurance

    Unless you can afford to pay out of pocket, finding ways to cover long term care expenses makes good financial sense. With limited assistance available from the government, long term care insurance is a popular way for many to mitigate high care costs as we age. “It’s really important for those looking into long term

    • 26 DEC 17
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    Ways to Encourage Your Loved One to Accept Help

    Ways to Encourage Your Loved One to Accept Help

    You’ve noticed your dad has started to become more forgetful—he can’t seem to find his glasses, he accidentally left the front door wide open, and he hasn’t taken his blood pressure medication for a few days. On top of that, he’s having trouble doing daily chores and activities he once used to enjoy. You’ve recognized

    • 20 DEC 17
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    New Year’s Resolutions That Every Family Caregiver Should Make

    New Year’s Resolutions That Every Family Caregiver Should Make

    Whether you are new to being a family caregiver or if you’ve been filling the role for years, the New Year can be an exciting new start for everyone. Help give your kupuna the very best in 2018 with the following New Year’s resolutions. Get organized. Planning for the New Year should be on everybody’s