A loved one’s terminal diagnosis is one of the most difficult things a family will experience. In addition to the emotional toll it takes, the loved one in need often requires additional support and care. Families can sometimes delay in setting up much needed care because they...

Hospice provides a team of healthcare professionals to support terminally ill patients. The team both aids in the efforts of family caregivers and provide essential services. Yet, many families do not use hospice care or simply wait until it is too late. This is largely due...

As the tax deadline looms, many family caregivers may be looking for last minute tax deductions to help ease their situations. For the layperson, tax law can be a very complex. That’s why it’s always best to consult a tax attorney or accountant who understands...

Keeping the youthful energy elders once possessed can be a rough task for many aging adults. Physical and mental exhaustion contribute to seniors losing the vibrancy they used to have during their younger days. Just because they are aging doesn't mean seniors have to resort to an immobile lifestyle. There is no rule...

According to the National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP report Caregiving in the U.S., approximately 43.5 million Americans will provide unpaid care to an adult or child this year. These family caregivers are performing a wide range of caregiving tasks; from running errands and food preparation to administering medication and clinical care. Caregiving...

Valentine’s Day isn’t just for couples – everybody can celebrate! It’s the perfect time to show love and affection to all the people you care about. It’s also an opportunity to spend quality time with your older adult. Here are some great Valentine's Day activities for...