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The Weather Outside is Frightful: 6 Tips for Keeping Loved Ones Safe as the Temperatures Drop

The Weather Outside is Frightful: 6 Tips for Keeping Loved Ones Safe as the Temperatures Drop

Posted by Chad Birt on Tue Dec 22 2020

The winter season is a time for hot chocolate, building snowmen, and celebrating the holidays, but it also presents unique hazards for seniors. Freezing temperatures, an uptick in indoor gatherings, and ice and snow increase the risk of hypothermia, the seasonal flu, as well as slip-and-fall injuries. So here are 6 tips for keeping loved ones safe as the temperature drops. Read More


Knock Knock. Who's There? Humor Therapy

Knock Knock. Who's There? Humor Therapy

Posted by Valerie Henderson on Fri Mar 26 2021

Research shows that positive emotions, including humor, can help your body fend off disease. For caretakers tasked with their own well-being and the well-being of someone else, proactive stress management is critical. Read More


Caregiver Burnout: You Are Not Alone

Caregiver Burnout: You Are Not Alone

Posted by Carewell on Wed May 31 2023

May was all about self-empowerment and prioritizing your own needs as a caregiver. If you’d like to look back on anything we shared throughout the month, below is a recap of our Mental Health Awareness Month resources.  Read More


Older man wearing glasses, symptom journal

How to Keep a Symptom Journal

Posted by Chad Birt on Mon Apr 11 2022

One of the easiest ways to adapt to life with a chronic illness is by keeping a symptom journal. Tracking your sleep, mood, and diet can help identify triggers and reduce flare-ups. Read More