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Constant Nagging Can Wear the Most Hardened Family Support System Down

By Susan Di Michele | Dec 11, 2017

Many people would probably state that they are a strong support system for their family. When push comes to shove, though, even the most determined individuals can reach their limit. Everyone has limits, including the family caregiver who doesn’t work a full-time job, doesn’t have children to raise, and has no other responsibilities. Many people,…

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Sometimes, It’s Good to ‘Vent,’ as Long as You Know Where to Do It

By Walter L. Black, MBA, CSA | Nov 13, 2017

Caregiver Stress Oakland TN-Stress as a caregiver can sneak in on people. Most people don’t realize how stressful their life is until they take a step back and carefully assess the situation.

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The Right Support Makes a World of Difference for Struggling Family Caregivers

By Denise Moser | Oct 30, 2017

Most of us struggle with many things in life. One thing that people don’t think much about until they are in the midst of it is the struggle of being a family caregiver. It could be for an adult child who was injured in an accident or who underwent surgery and needs support getting around.

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Is Mom Really Okay at Home Alone? Or Would Help Be Better?

By Greg Banks | Oct 22, 2017

Caregiver Stress Galloway NJ: Your elderly mother has been calling you for help more and more frequently. You want to be there for her, so you never think twice about going over there to assist her, either to get something from the store, to do laundry, clean the house, get something down from the attic or up from the basement, or anything else. You certainly haven’t thought of home care options for her, but what you need to evaluate is whether or not she is actually benefiting from your support or if she is still at risk.

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