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- 8 Patient-Caregiver Relationship Problems and How to Solve Them: Common issues and constructive approaches to dealing with them on both sides. From Asbestos.com.
- Alzheimer’s Navigator: Helps guide caregivers by creating a personalized action plan and linking you to information, support and local resources.
- Caregivers Guide to Senior Health: Basic medical information, medication management, recognizing and responding to medical emergencies, and more. From NursingEducation.
- A Caregivers Guide to Understanding, Recognizing and Preventing Elder Abuse: This resource from Maryville University defines the various types of elder abuse, outlines the signs of elder abuse, offers ways you can help, and explains how to properly report it.
- Caregiving at an Early Age: “When we talk about caregiving we usually think of adults taking care of their elderly parents, their children, or their partners. But what if the caregiver is a child or a young adult?” From Get Healthy Stay Healthy (Pfizer).
- Caregiving Basics: Things to Prepare When Taking Care of Seniors: “If you’re thinking of becoming a senior caregiver yourself, here are some important facts you need to know so you can prepare yourself for the task at hand physically, mentally, and emotionally.” From Gloves.com.
- Caregiving Essentials: What you need to know to keep seniors safe at home. From Safety.com.
- Elderly Care: A Guide for Families New to Caring: A downloadable guide to different types of care and their financing, care assessments, legal considerations, home modifications and assistive technologies. From SuperCarers.
- Financial Protection for Those with Alzheimer’s: A caregivers guide from CreditCards.com. It includes information on setting up a living will, protection from fraud and building up credit.
- Guide to Patients’ with Dementia and Alzheimer’s for Nurses and Caregivers: A guide that includes information on symptoms and warning signs, care considerations, and end of life care, as well as an extensive list of additional resources. Offered by Incredible Health.
- Helpful Tips to Assist the Family Caregiver: Information and suggestions to ease the task of caregiving. From Home Health Care Agencies.
- How to Become an In-Home Paid Caregiver for a Family Member: “There are resources that can help a caregiver better attend to their family member, such as Medicaid, grants, or even help from the caregiver’s employer.” From Fiscal Tiger.