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RAISE Family Caregivers Act: Hope for Burned Out Family Caregivers?

Will the RAISE Family Caregivers Act provide much-needed hope and help for burned out family caregivers of children with special needs?

Alethea Mshar
Warning Signs of a Heart Attack

Warning Signs of a Heart Attack

Symptoms can vary between women and men. For both sexes, the most common heart attack symptoms are chest pain and other discomfort throughout the body.

Taylor Snell
Easy ways to reduce urine odor

Ways to Reduce Urine Odor

Managing and dealing with urine incontinence is not an easy job. Luckily there are easy ways to reduce urine odor. What you can do...

Taylor Snell
Caring for Seniors: Bathroom Safety Tips

Aging in Place: Bathroom Safety Tips

The bathroom can be one of the most dangerous rooms in the home for seniors. Safety modifications can be made to help reduce risk of injuries.

Stephanie Struyck Elgin
Fall Prevention for Older Adults

Fall Prevention for Older Adults

There are many strategies that can help reduce a senior’s risks of injuries from falls, such as regular exercise and regular vision screenings. Learn more.

Brooke Phillips, CWCMS
10 Tips for Traveling with Seniors

10 Tips for Traveling with Seniors

Traveling is taxing on anybody regardless of their age. Here are some helpful tips for traveling with a senior.

Taylor Snell
Pet Therapy

Benefits of Pet Therapy for Seniors and Their Caregivers

For those suffering from Alzheimer's or similar diseases, pet therapy can radically improve the quality of life for patients.

Taylor Snell
Combating depression after the death of a spouse

Combating Senior Depression After the Loss of a Spouse

There is no right way to mourn the loss of a partner. Combating depression after the death of a spouse is difficult but there are many ways to fight it.

Taylor Snell
Caregiver Contest

Shield HealthCare Announces 2017 Caregiver Contest

Shield HealthCare is celebrating its 16th Caregiver Contest by asking “What advice would you give a fellow caregiver?” Enter to win!

Aimee Sharp
coping with the angry side of alzheimers

Coping with the Angry Side of Alzheimer’s

Handling the angry side of Alzheimer's can be difficult for caregivers, but there are many ways to calm a patient. For example,

Taylor Snell
Wet-to-Dry: Substandard Wound Care Webinar
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