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Cravaats for Caregiving

Adult Bibs Help With Caregiving In all our talk about caregiving, I thought it was worth revisiting why this topic is relevant to DinerWear®. Something we’ve heard time and time again from caregivers is that wearing a clothing protector to avoid food stains at meals means avoiding having to change clothes during the day. Our[…]read more

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Tips for Visiting Someone with Alzheimer’s/Dementia

I remember my first encounter with Alzheimer’s. It was back in 1978, before Alzheimer’s was a part of our everyday language. It was at a wedding where a 104-year-old grandmother became a source of amusement to her son or grandson who she no longer recognized. It bothered me to see then laughing at the sad situation. Now[…]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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Caregiving at Home – Parent Proofing Your House

When caregiving hits home, parent-proofing your house needs to be part of the plan. I recently had to prepare for my parents stay after my mother’s hip replacement surgery. We needed to determine sleeping arrangements, the bathroom situation, and where and how she (and dad) would spend their days. Here are some things I’ve learned[…]read more

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Your Post-Hospital Rehab Packing List

You made a packing list for camp when you were young. You made a packing list for your European vacation. You pre-packed a bag when you were pregnant for that spur of the moment trip to the hospital. Now that you’re older, you or a loved one will likely need a post-hospital Rehab packing list.[…]read more

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5 Reasons to Wear a Cravaat Adult Bib

You don’t want to ruin your expensive clothes. You don’t have time to change your clothes before…fill in the blank (meeting, concert, class…). You don’t have the time to deal with stains later. You want peace of mind. You want to look stylish. These reasons will be the themes for our blog: Prevention Solutions Time[…]read more