Caregiver Tips

Five Tips For Reducing Anxiety

Anxiety – you never know when it will creep up, wrap you in its arms, and refuse to let go. Physiologically, younger people have the ability to process and heal from a stressful situation, and can more appropriately work through reducing anxiety.  On the other hand, older people have a higher risk of experiencing troublesome anxiety and it becomes disruptive to their everyday lives. Continue reading

Men As Caregivers

It would seem like women topple the scales when it comes to the role of a caregiver. However, the fact is 40%, or 2 out of 5, of the today’s caregivers are men. At LifeFone, we wanted to focus on the unique role of men as caregivers. Continue reading

5 Ways To Keep Your Elderly Relatives Active & Healthy

The cliche of “use it or lose it” holds true when it comes to both your body and your mind. That is even more crucial in the elderly. If they keep their minds and bodies active and healthy they will age more gracefully and will be more engaged in life’s activities for much longer. An active mind and body will help them to live a more full life.  Continue reading

Five Areas Of Concern For Families With Aging Relatives

Remaining independent and aging in place is usually a goal for all adults. Being able to live in the family home and take care of the finances and other household chores is important for both mind and body for the aging senior and their adult children. There may come a time though when the adult children begin to notice signs that their aging relatives are unable to live alone and steps must be taken. Continue reading

Who Is At Risk

The New England Journal Of Medicine

Research supports the common sense notion that getting prompt help makes surviving an emergency more likely. The ability to get help also boosts the odds that a senior will continue to live independently. The longer a person spends helpless, the greater the likelihood he/she will be discharged into supportive care. For elderly people who live alone, becoming incapacitated and unable to get help is a common event, which usually marks the end to their ability to live independently.

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Tales From The Refrigerator

Have you ever asked your mom or dad how they are doing and wonder if the answer “I’m doing just fine” is really true?   In those instances, a little covert inspection can be very helpful! Continue reading

Planning Ahead For Natural Disasters

When the seasons change, it’s a good time to evaluate different precautions in and around your home like smoke detector batteries, flashlight batteries and being prepared for natural disasters. Not only is this good for you, but it’s also good to evaluate your loved ones’ plan of action in case of an emergency. Planning ahead can make all the difference. Your goal as a caregiver is to identify potential challenges and take the necessary steps to prepare for natural disasters. Continue reading

The Emotional Roller Coaster For Boomers With Aging Parents

Being a ‘boomer’ in today’s world can be hard enough, yet often that generation is also faced with caring for aging parents. The emotions that come along with that can make them feel like they are riding the ultimate roller coaster. Continue reading

A Lighter side of Caregiving

When caring for a loved one with a long-term illness, we often get caught up in the daily routine of meals, clean up, laundry, and the cycle repeats day after day. When days run into one another, we get weary, and sometimes we can get short with those that we love. Continue reading

Tech Tools for Caregivers

Many mid-lifers are now caring for their aging parents. With the amount of technology at our fingertips, that job is getting more manageable. Continue reading

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