Caregiver Resources

8 Inside Tips to Save Money on Incontinence Products

8 Inside Tips to Save Money on Incontinence Products

Posted by Brianna Maguire on Fri Nov 13 2020

We’re sharing the insider tips and tricks we’ve learned about spending less money on incontinence. Learn about why expensive products might not be the best choice for you, how buying more can actually save you money, and how you may qualify for a tax deduction.Read More


15 Minute Challenge: Focus on Flexibility

15 Minute Challenge: Focus on Flexibility

Posted by Valerie Henderson on Fri Nov 13 2020

As a caregiver, you’re used to stretching a dollar and stretching your patience, but what about stretching your body? It’s easy to get so wrapped up in the demands of caring for someone else that you forget to care for yourself. In an effort to help you do just that, we’ve created a new weekly series where we explore activities that will help you relax, recharge, and renew in 15 minutes or less.Read More


Swimming Your Way to Self-Care

Swimming Your Way to Self-Care

Posted by Valerie Henderson on Mon Nov 02 2020

Swimming is gentle but challenging. It calms your mind, but also tones your body. It gives your heart a great workout, but won’t stress your joints. If it’s been a while, dip a toe in the water – you might just decide to take the plunge and commit to a new exercise routine.Read More


Ask Jonathan: "How Do I Talk to My Mom About Her Finances?"

Ask Jonathan: "How Do I Talk to My Mom About Her Finances?"

Posted by Jonathan Magolnick on Wed Oct 21 2020

Talking to your parents about finances is common challenge that many of Carewell’s members face with their aging parents. Asking about finances has always been a taboo topic. Plus, when you think of it from your mom’s perspective, your parents have probably always been the one to look out for you. Now, with the roles beginning to reverse, she may be reluctant to transition from caregiver to care recipient.Read More