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Understanding the Difference Between an HSA and FSA + How to Use These Accounts to Purchase Caregiving Supplies

Posted by Chad Birt on Tue Apr 16 2024

If your family has recurring medical expenses, you’ve probably considered investing in a tax-advantaged account, like a health savings account (HSA) or a flexible spending account (FSA). Both HSAs and FSAs can help you save money on medical care and supplies, but each has distinct differences. To learn more, we connected with several financial experts. Here, we compare and contrast HSAs and FSAs and provide tips for shopping with either.Read More

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Working Caregivers Reflect on Their Experiences

Posted by Brianna Maguire on Tue Sep 12 2023

Caregiving is incredibly rewarding, but it’s not without its challenges. It’s especially a balancing act for working caregivers, those with a primary occupation other than caregiving. Read More

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What Is Weeping Edema and How Can I Treat It?

Posted by Nate Birt on Wed Jun 28 2023

If you or your loved one experiences swelling in their body that leads to fluid dripping from the skin, that might be weeping edema. This condition is a sign that you or your loved one should see a healthcare professional who can determine the cause of the swelling and fluid buildup and recommend treatment. Read More

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What Is a Convalescent Home, and Is It Right For My Loved One?

Posted by Nate Birt on Mon May 22 2023

If your loved one is on the road to recovery after surgery or illness, you might be exploring ways to help them heal. A convalescent home is a place that provides trained medical staff who can support your loved one. This article explores how a convalescent home works, when this type of facility might make sense, and how you can help your loved one heal here.Read More