New Year’s Resolutions for Caregivers

By the time you read this, New Year’s will have come and gone, and statistically speaking, you’ll have made resolutions of your own. Unfortunately, those same statistics indicate that you probably won’t hold fast to your resolution; some stats even say 80% are broken...
We Can Help You Heal After a Surgery

We Can Help You Heal After a Surgery

Having a surgery, at any stage of life, is not a pleasant experience. The anesthetic used to conduct the surgery, the painkillers and other medications after the surgery, the reconstruction or removal of the affected body part; all in all, surgeries are not fun. They...
Palliative Care and Life-Limiting Illnesses

Palliative Care and Life-Limiting Illnesses

Life is precious. Everything we experience, all of the joy, all of the pain, is uniquely our experience. We try to share this experience with the world, bring perspective and light to the lives of others, to be with them in times of need, to revel in the experiences...

Caring for Someone Suffering from Dementia

Dementia care can be daunting but might not be as difficult as you’d expect. Whether you care for a family member who has Alzheimer’s disease or another kind of dementia or is a senior care expert approaching your role with a bit of knowledge — the proper attitude is...