Amy O’Rourke, one of America’s top caregiving expert says that every family, yours included, needs to have open, frank discussions about changing roles. Family caregiving can be extremely difficult but it can also be a tremendous blessing if we learn how to communicate and collaborate. She lends her expertise and the “What’s Next!” panelists share their personal experiences.
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Across the United States, November is National Family Caregivers month, highlighting one of the most important and undervalued responsibilities we all face at some point.
Within The Art of Caregiving online summit, O’Rourke explained her 5 keys for the modern caregiver
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Each year as the income tax deadline looms, caregivers miss out on deductions and credits designed just for them. Check out this list of helpful tax tips for caregivers to claim what you deserve.
Growing Bolder’s aging and care management expert Amy O’Rourke shares some advice from her new book, The Fragile Years, Proven Strategies for the Care of Aging Loved Ones on how to avoid mistakes along the way.
Caregiver burnout is understandable. So, caring for the caregiver is vitally important, including learning ways to cope with the stress that comes from this important role.
Caregivers have a big job. And when you’re away, so often there’s worry. Thankfully, technology can help you stay connected when you’re not there… and do a whole lot more!
As a caregiver it’s vital that you care for yourself. Learn some important questions to ask yourself and steps to take to ensure your needs are being met too.
Sharon Strickland is a great-grandmother that is shining a light on a unique aspect of caregiving later in life.
There’s no question that caregivers are under siege during this pandemic. If you fall in that category, check out these helpful tips for coping with the stress.
Teepa Snow knows how tough caregiving can be. She is one of the world’s leading educators on dementia and the care that’s needed to cope with it.
Larry Pino’s story is one shared by countless Americans. After his father passed away, Larry’s mother lived on her own — until she couldn’t anymore. That led Larry to some soul-searching and a series of difficult caregiving decisions. When he couldn’t find a senior living facility that he thought was right for his mom, he built his own! That has led to a reinvention of senior living, from the ground up, and the launch of Tuscan Gardens.