Tag Archive | caregiver
Making the right choice for a loved ones care can be difficult if we are thinking only with our hearts.
Just because I’m having trouble with my short-term memory doesn’t make it OK to exclude me from discussions about me
Don’t discount your loved ones ability.
This is a follow up to my last blog about being subpoenaed in an elder fraud case. Sadly, the commonwealth attorney and police detective both know that the woman stole money money from my client. At 91, she suffers from Parkinson’s but can walk on her own, feed herself (and help feed others), and you […]
The stories are heartbreaking — Caregiving ain’t for sissies!
Is it possible that helping a loved one might actual be helping them maintain an unsafe living situation?
The three major phases of my caregiving journey included fighting to be the caregiver, learning what that job means, and the weight of that responsibility.
Have you considered how much NOT getting an annual flu shot costs you and your loved ones?