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Caregiver Stress in Marco Island FL: 3 Signs A Friend Needs Help

3 Signs a Friend Might Need Help If They’re Caring for Family

By Ted Wolfendale, Esq. | Jan 8, 2018

Your best friend has been absent from your life for some time. You understand what’s going on. Her mother had a health scare and spent some time in the hospital. Your friend stepped up to be there for her. Her father had passed away several years ago so it was just her mother on her…

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Caregiver Stress in Coral Springs FL: Losing Your Temper

Sometimes, a Simple ‘I’m Sorry’ After a Blowup Can Help, but It Could Be Stress That Caused It

By Jon Fedele | Nov 10, 2017

When people lose their temper and get angry with somebody else, they might immediately feel guilty and apologize. Some may feel righteous in their anger, believing they had every right to feel the way they did and act out the way they did. When a person is a caregiver for an aging or disabled adult,…

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Alzheimer's Care in Boynton Beach FL: Caring for Two Parents

Understanding Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) as a New Caregiver

By Deborah Irvine | Sep 22, 2017

Being new at something is going to have plenty of challenges. There’s a learning curve. When you are beginning to look after an elderly or disabled family member, you have become a caregiver. When that happens, it’s important to realize what they will need help with, what your limitations are, and more. Activities of Daily…

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Caregiver Stress in Boca Raton FL: Don't Give Up Your Life

Don’t Give Up on Your Own Life as a Family Caregiver

By Liza Erazo | Aug 14, 2017

It’s certainly noble to want to be there for a family member, especially if they’re going through an extremely difficult time. This could be recovery following a hospitalization, having difficulty with diminished strength as they get older, or some other similar circumstance. When you take it upon yourself to be their caregiver, whether it’s your…

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