A sibling's guide to caring for aging parents
Caring for an aging parent alone is complicated. When your brothers and sisters are also involved, and when care, medical and financial decisions must be arrived at together as a team, caregiving can become even more complex.
Letting Go of Caregiver Guilt: 5 Tips for Family Caregivers
29% of Americans are caring for an aging loved one. Many of these family caregivers find themselves plagued with caregiver guilt - here are 5 tips to cope.
How to Make a Home Safe for Older People [Infographic]
Despite the range of care options available, older people are increasingly choosing to stay at home. If your ageing loved ones prefer independent living, here are some tips that will make their life easier, and give you some peace of mind.
Wheelchair Seating information and positioning guide.
Patient seating and orientation guide for wheelchairs. Positioning information useful rehab style wheelchairs. Call us 866-722-4581.
Family Caregivers Facts and Statistics
Are you a family caregiver? Learn tips on how to care for your loved ones while not burning yourself out. Alert1 can help give you peace of mind.
11 Safety Steps for Your Low-Vision Parent's Home
Checklist: 11 Safety Steps for Your Low-Vision Parent's Home. 1) Tack down mats, throw rugs, and runners. Repair or replace slippery or buckled flooring, too. 2) Use nonskid mats.
Helping a person with dementia maintain his or her appearance can be challenging. Here are some helpful tips to make dressing and grooming a bit easier. #Alzheimer'sCaregiving