Self care is not selfish
Information, training and tips that help you STAY HEALTHY AS A FAMILY CAREGIVER!
Tips on finding the time to eat well, rest, keep doctors’ appointments, exercise.
How to avoid burnout by reducing stress, fatigue, anxiety, guilt, loneliness.
Ways to help yourself believe that you are enough, you’re doing the best you can, and it is ok to ask for help.
The correlation between stress and sleep
Why does sleep often prove elusive when you are stressed? This wellness tip provides the science behind a good night's sleep and how you can stop counting sheep and have a more restful sleep.
Holidays and Caregiving
10 Tips for Caregivers During the Holidays
Be mindful of critical self-talk
How to treat yourself like someone you love!
Tips for taking care of yourself and learn how to make yourself a priority!
When a caregiver is in poor health, it can lead to more hospitalizations and earlier placement in a long-term facility for the person receiving care
Staying Healthy & Active while staying at Home
Exercise is key to healthy aging to help strengthen your immune system and maintain physical fitness. While we shelter in place (stay at home) there are many ways to stay active. Virtual exercise cl...
As a family caregiver, how are you coping with stress and staying healthy during the COVID-19 Crisis?
Caring for an aging family member or friend can be very difficult and overwhelming at times, especially now with the added restrictions of the Coronavirus Pandemic. We have developed straight forward...
September is Healthy Aging® Month
The mission behind “September is Healthy Aging® Month” is to draw attention to the importance of healthy lifestyles for adults, 45-plus. This creates a second time during the year in addition to “May...
Keeping your loved one safe during a visit from a Home Care Worker
What to expect when your Home Care Worker visits your loved one at home and how to protect your identity and well-being During the pandemic or at any time,.
Stay on your feet this winter!
Simple tips that Caregivers can employ to help your elder loved ones reduce the risk of falling during the slippery winter months.
Join The American Heart Association for Wear Red for Women Day
National Wear Red Day ® Wear red to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease and save lives.