Caregiver Resources

How To Find Drivers For The Elderly

How To Find Drivers For The Elderly

Posted by Nate Birt on Mon Nov 21 2022
As your loved one ages, there might be times when they need help getting to and from a doctor’s appointment, the grocery store or another destination. In some cases, they might decide to stop driving for health or safety reasons. Whatever your loved one’s driving situation, it’s important to know how to find drivers for the elderly. This will give you peace of mind and help the seniors you care about maintain their independence. Read More

11 Fun Activities That Require Little to No Movement

11 Fun Activities That Require Little to No Movement

Posted by Nate Birt on Sun Nov 20 2022
As we get older we may need to find fun activities that require less flexibility. No matter your age, you should feel empowered to relax, have fun, and stretch your imagination. There are plenty of fun activities everyone can enjoy without needing to walk long distances or push muscles and joints. Whether you’re caring for a loved one with limited mobility, visiting a parent or grandparent, or looking for something to do with your family, here are activities you can do together.Read More

Strategies for managing mean or aggressive dementia behavior

6 Effective Strategies for Managing Mean or Aggressive Dementia Behaviors

Posted by Chad Birt on Fri Nov 18 2022
There are several strategies you can use when dealing with a rude, angry, or mean dementia patient. A calculated approach can reduce conflicts, improve communication, and make life as a caregiver much easier.Read More

When a loved one passes away, there’s a lot to consider. With so much to do, it can be easy to forget one of your most important responsibilities –– reporting your loved one’s passing to the Social Security Administration (SSA). Fortunately, the process is relatively easy. This article explains how to get the ball rolling, whether you’re a surviving spouse, child, or parent.

How to Wrap Up Social Security Benefits When a Loved One Passes

Posted by Chad Birt on Fri Nov 18 2022
When a loved one passes away, there’s a lot to consider. With so much to do, it can be easy to forget one of your most important responsibilities –– reporting your loved one’s passing to the Social Security Administration (SSA). Fortunately, the process is relatively easy. This article explains how to get the ball rolling, whether you’re a surviving spouse, child, or parent. Read More