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Food Choices for Time-Crunched Caregivers

Avoiding Dining Traps as a Time-Crunched Caregiver You’re a caregiver. Your time is stretched thin, which leads to eating out or on the go. But fast food, restaurant dining and prepared food from a grocery store may be working against you. Food is fuel. To be more precise, food delivers oxygen through your body, giving[…]read more

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In-Home Caregivers – What You Need to Know

In-home caregivers are very much a part of the caregiving picture. Whether part-time, full-time, or just occasionally, there are a number of different sources. But when you need help and need to hire someone, you should know your options. This article from Today’s Caregiver [Hiring an In-Home Caregiver: What You Don’t Know Could Hurt You] gives[…]read more

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The Caregivers Guide to Hacking

Hacking, Phishing, Spoofing, Pharming, Scamming, Malware, Scareware, Ransomware, Spyware, Virus, Worm. So many terms. So many concerns. Caregivers have enough to worry about without having to worry about recovering from a computer hack. Therefore, it’s increasingly important to educate the people we care for about the digital invaders trying to hack their personal information and[…]read more

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Legal Preparation in Caregiving – Wills & Trusts

Wills and Trusts are an Important Part of End of Life Preparation As we continue the conversation about legal preparations that come to light when we enter into a caregiving situation with a loved one, Wills and Trusts should be part of the plan. I’m drawing on my informative conversation with attorney Rebecca Braun of[…]read more

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An Ounce of Prevention – Even for Summer

Prevention is the name of the game if you want to avoid problems, right? But it requires you think ahead. Like putting on your Cravaat® adult bib before you spill. With spring upon us, you’re probably thinking spring cleaning. (Well, you will as soon as the weather actually does get warm.) You’ll want to open[…]read more