Informative Guides

Long Distance Caregiving

5-Step Guide to Long Distance Caregiving

Adult children live, on average, 480 miles away from their aging parents. If this is your story, know that while the distance can break you – it doesn’t have to. Download this guide and find advice for how to survive – and even thrive – while caring for an aging parent who lives in another city or state.

Long Distance Caregiving

Maintaining Your Own Mental Health

Strategies for Coping with Dementia

Your life was busy before your loved one needed your care and attention. Despite having more to do and less time to do it, you can stay sane. Make things a little easier on yourself by downloading our tips for finding peace in the midst of the caregiving storm.

10 Strategies for Coping with Dementia

Getting Ready

Planning Ahead Checklist and Lack of Information

We suggest open communication about personal affairs and starting NOW to begin gathering information about yourself or your aging parents.

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