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Weitzman, L. (2019, September 12). The Unique Challenges of the Male Careiver. Retrieved from https://www.guideposts.org/caregiving/family-caregiving/caregiver-stress/the-unique-challenges-of-the-male-caregiver
Taylor, T., Hayes, J. (2019, September 12). Guiding Your Loved One Toward Good Credit. Retrieved from https://www.guideposts.org/caregiving/family-caregiving/advice-for-caregivers/guiding-your-loved-one-toward-good-credit
Suchitra, N., Ejaz, F. (2019) Examining the Link Between Oral Health and Common Medical Conditions in Older Adults Living in Senior Housing: Recommendations to Improve Overall Quality of Life. Seniors Housing & Care Journal, 27 (1).
Using Resources to Help Choose Home Care
Home health care agencies can provide care to a loved one right in his or her own home. They offer a wide range of services such as physical therapy, occupational therapy and skilled nursing care. Receiving care in the home still offers the same effective care one would receive in a hospital or nursing facility, while typically being more cost-effective and convenient. Finding which home health agency to use for a loved one can be a daunting task. However, there are resources out there that can help ease the stress of finding the best home health care for a loved one.Read More
Millennials, the New Generation of Caregivers
For years, millennials have been regulars on the news for supposedly “killing off” mainstays of industry and culture, from homeownership to buying once standard items like napkins, breakfast cereal and diamonds. But one thing that millennials can’t be accused of killing off? Unpaid caregiving. Every year, more and more millennials step up to take charge of caring for a loved one, providing physical, personal and emotional care and support, often while attending school, working one or more jobs, taking care of young families and navigating student loan debt.Read More