The following six recommendations will help you understand what may be happening to your parents as they age – and what you can do to help.
- Disability - Accessability - Mobility
- Diseases - Illnesses - Conditions
- Financial, Insurance, Legal Matters
- Homecare - Home Health Care
- Long Term Care
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Nothing is more discontented than our lower nature, the false self. It is
always unhappy with one thing or another. If there is one weed in a field of
roses, you can bet that is what it will see.
Medical Advice: 7 Questions You Should Ask Your Loved One’s Doctor Before Accepting Any Kind of Medical Treatment
We all want to think our loved one’s doctors are infallible. We’d like to think our loved one’s doctors know everything there is to know about treating our loved one’s particular conditions.
The only thing more important than what you get done is how you feel when you are doing it. If you get everything done, but lose your joy in the process, what is the good? And if you get less than everything done and you feel great, how valuable is that?
- Care for the Caregiver - Nurturing
- Caregiver Issues
- Caregivers: Experiences & Ideas
- Death and Dying
- End-of-Life-Hospice - Palliative Care
- Grief and Bereavement
- Legislation and Advocacy
- Long Term Care
- Mental Health - Emotional - Issues
- Respite Coalitions & Services
- Spirituality - Religion - Beliefs
- Support Groups
- Volunteer Service Programs
Being the caregiver of someone who is terminally ill is one of the most difficult and painful jobs one will likely ever experience. It is also one of the most rewarding and privileged gifts one can ever give or receive. It is the Ultimate Love.
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