What do you do when a parent in a nursing home, or any type of senior living arrangement, asks about going home?
One of the first stressors I felt as a working daughter was helping my mother manage her 14 different medications. For a long time she managed her own medication, sorting her pills into one of those plastic pill organizers she bought at CVS. Over time, managing her own medication became overwhelming and she wanted help. […]
The terms palliative care and hospice care often cause unnecessary worry and stress. In this article, we explain the two types of care, and, the difference between them.
We know how busy you are, and the last thing you need is for the holidays to add more to your to-do lists or stress level. That’s why we’ve put together our holiday gift guide for everyone on your list – from your aging parents to the newest member of your family. Happy gifting! This […]
Today, November 21, is National Working Daughters Day. Three years ago, we decided to declare the third Tuesday in November, which is National Family Caregivers Month, as National Working Daughters Day (NWDD). Working Daughter didn’t have a marketing budget to create a day of recognition, but we did have an army of working daughters in […]
We Have Much To Do! November is National Family Caregivers Month, a time to honor the millions of Americans who prove invaluable care to family members. In honor of the month, The White House issued a proclamation acknowledging, “The cost of care in this country is too high, and the pay for care workers is […]