How can you best manage a senior’s care from a long long-distance? Here are five tips to help you manage your loved one’s care when you live too far away.
When you’re a caregiver, doing the same job day in and day out for years can put a damper on your spark and passion. Fortunately, there are several ways to rekindle the fire you once had while climbing the career ladder, starting with those that follow.
Each year, millions of Americans selflessly donate their time and talents to look after aging, ill, and disabled friends and relatives. Most care for loved ones aged 65+. If you live in Jupiter, Hobe Sound, Stuart, Jensen Beach, Port St. Lucie, Palm City, Vero Beach, and Ft. Pierce, you may be one of them. Known as informal caregivers, these dedicated individuals must often juggle their caregiving duties with a household and part-time or full-time job.
Millions of Americans each year volunteer their time and talents to care for aging, disabled, or ill loved ones. Known as “family caregivers,” many of these selfless individuals manage a job and household along with their caregiving duties.