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The Stages of Caregiving

Understanding Aging

Alcoholism and Aging

Always a Parent: Worries About Adult Children

Dealing with Caregiver -- and Care-receiver -- Anger

Assessment: What Help Does Mom or Dad Really Need?

Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease

Basics of Catholic Caregiving

Choosing the Best Solution

Celebrating Birthdays and Anniversaries

When Your Care-receiver Doesn't Want Help

'I Don't Want to Be a Burden'

Hiring a Case Manager

Helping Your Parent Give Up the Car Keys

Caring for Your Children as You Care for Your Aging Parent

Preparing Your Children to Visit Your Parent

Talking to Your Children about Death

Challenges of Communication

Taking Care of a Crabby or Formerly Abusive Parent

Preparing for Your Loved One's Death

Depression and Suicide

When the Professionals and Your Care-receiver Disagree

In Case of an Emergency or Disaster

Exhaustion: Care for the Caregiver

Saying Good-bye to the Family Home

Helping Your Loved One Find Forgiveness and Peace

Preventing Slips and Falls

Caregiving Is a Family Affair

Refereeing Fights Between Mom and Dad

The Need to Have Fun

Your Parent's Generation

Caregiver Grief: Sorting Out, Moving On, Remembering

Care-receiver Grief

Guidelines for Caregiving


At the Hospital

Independence, Control and Self-determination

Caring for an In-law or a Stepparent

The Danger of Isolation

Keeping Secrets, Telling Lies

Promoting Leisure-Time Activities 

Long-distance Caregiving

Helping Your Loved One Deal with Losses

When You're Married to the Caregiver

Help for Men Who Are Caregivers

Problems with Mobility: Wheelchairs, Walkers and Canes

Should Mom or Dad Move In?

When Mom or Dad Moves In

Not My Parent, Spouse, Loved One

Ten New Year's Resolutions for Family Caregivers

Choosing a Nursing Home

Encouraging Good Nutrition

Dealing with Your Parent's Racial and Ethnic Prejudices

Respite Care

Respectful Caregiving as the Parent-Child Roles Reverse

The 'Sandwich Generation'

Caregiving Stress: The Warning Signs

The Need to Talk

Tips for the Caregiver

Tips for the Care-receiver

When Your Loved One Has Poor Vision

Words That Sting, Words That Comfort

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