What is Palliative Care?
When the doctor first utters the words hospice or palliative care, many people freeze. No one wants to hear those words used in reference to their loved one. It’s scary and often families have no idea what this means. Instead of ...
How Your Home can WORK for you?
Do you ever get the feeling that you are working for your home? I am not talking about the many years you spend paying for your home. The question is how often do you find that your home makes every day ...
Approximately 44 million American families and friends provide unpaid care to another adult, sometimes around the clock. Wives, husbands, daughters, sons, partners, fathers, nieces, brothers—they provide approximately 80 percent of the long- term care in the United States. And, with the economy in a slump, more and more families are providing housing and care to their parents.
Being the caregiver for someone with Parkinson’s disease comes with its own special challenges and issues. Use the caregiver section to find information on what to expect when your loved one is first diagnosed, take a caregiver stress test, find a support group and prepare for a doctor visit.
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