Caregiver Guide

Caregiving Needs Touch All Lives

By 2030, adults older than 65 are expected to reach 20 percent of the population. In 2011, almost 44 million adult family caregivers were taking care of someone 50 years of age or older.

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The Most Important Conversation No One Wants to Have

Someone turning 65 today has a 70 percent chance of needing some sort of long-term care. That means chances are strong you will one need to evaluate which type of care is right for a loved one.

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Normal Aging or Dementia?

We all have “senior moments.” Symptoms of dementia are something else entirely.

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Helping Loved Ones Stay Home Longer (Sponsored Content)

Private In-Home Care is defined as care and attention provided to a client in their own home environment by a qualified caregiver.

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Preventing Falls Preserves Health, Independence

Being honest and taking proactive steps to prevent future falls can guard against those very concerns. Fall prevention can also go a long way in cutting down on medical costs estimated at $50 billion annually.

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