Caregiver Library

Aging adults, particularly those living alone, are at risk due to potential changes in their physical, mental and sensory capabilities. How can you tell if your loved one's needs have changed?

How Will I Know When My Parents Need Help?
You might have noticed a few signs that your parents need more help. Here are a few signs that can tell you additional help might be needed.

10 Signs An Older Adult Needs Help
Learn simple techniques for ensuring your loved one's comfort, independence and safety within the home.

What Changes to the Home Do I Need to Make to Keep My Parents Safe?
Learn how you can help your parents age as gracefully and independently as possible in the comfort of their own home.

How Can In-Home Care Help with Late-Life Depression?
Discover how in-home care can help safeguard the emotional and mental well-being of an aging loved one with symptoms of depression.

How Can I Help My Parents Maintain their Independence in the Comfort of their Own Home?
As a caregiver, you feel a measure of stress as you work to balance your life with caring for your parents or loved ones. Learn what it takes to be a caregiver to family or friends and steps you can take to ensure their safety and independence in the home.

How to Prevent Caregiver Burnout Syndrome
Providing care to a loved one who is suffering from an illness or a chronic condition can be stressful. If you have taken on the role of a compassionate caregiver for a loved one with an illness or a chronic condition, learn about important steps you can take to prevent caregiver burnout syndrome.