Tips for Caring for an Aging Loved One with Alzheimer’s Disease


Alzheimer’s Disease is one of the most important public health issues facing society. Did you know that more than 5.8 million seniors are currently living with the disease in the United States, and two-thirds of them are women? The vast majority of care is provided by more than 16 million family caregivers, friends and other unpaid volunteers.… Read more »

How You Can Protect Yourself During World Elder Abuse Awareness Month

Each year in the United States, millions of Older Americans suffer abuse, neglect, or experience exploitation. The total annual financial losses attributed to exploitation of seniors here easily tops $2 billion. Awareness on the pervasive elder abuse problem in America is important in fighting against it as is educating the public on ways to prevent… Read more »

Ways to Avoid Caregiver Burnout During the COVID-19 Pandemic


We know that you, as a family caregiver, may be accustomed to burning the proverbial candle at both ends. You may also be highly skilled when it comes to multi-tasking. These abilities are often born out of necessity and honed over time. Perfecting them not only allows you to put everyone else first, it also… Read more »