Tag Archives: caregiving and the holidays


Caregiver News Roundup Dec. 6, 2015

In case you missed it, here’s a roundup of caregiver related stories and news from around the web. The Columbus Dispatch points out that almost a quarter of the adults who take care of older people  are between the ages of 18 and 34. Caregiving is not a Boomer-only concern. Healthcare Journal has a great piece on […]

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Holiday Hacks for Caregivers

  Reminder: Holidays are supposed to be fun. Yeah right. We’re busy taking care of other people. Our to do lists doubles or triple. And there’s that damn Elf on the Shelf!  But we don’t have to make ourselves crazy – that’s a choice. Choose to relax this season. Here’s how:     Avoid the crowds. […]

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Give Thanks; Reduce Stress

Happy Thanksgiving! If you’re heading into this holiday season stress-free, you may not be a caregiver. (You may not even be human, for that matter.) The flip side of feasting, visiting, decorating and giving is cleaning, cooking, shopping and family dynamics. When you add all of that to your to-do list which already includes working and caring […]

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