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Handy, Helpful Caregiver Responsibilities Checklist - Earning and Saving with Sarah

Becoming a caregiver or need to know about caregiving duties to hire help? This free, printable Caregiver Responsibilities Checklist will come in handy.

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Day 43- Get Ahead of Burnout

Caregiver Survival Guide

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Top Dementia Caregiver Tips & Tricks

Dementia caregivers share their best bath, meal, hydration, and tolieting tips on the struggles of caring for someone living with dementia.

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Newbie Caregiver Guide to Different Types of Elder Care Facilities and Services

Quick explanation of the differences between the many elder care facilities available.

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Magnets- 6 Pack

Magnets made with fabric. You will get a set of 6 randomly chosen magnets. Magnets are 1 inch. *You can add a note at checkout if you want specific magnets and I will try to my best to fulfill requests.

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7 Things To Try When Dementia Is Being Hateful

As a dementia caregiver, we have all had that moment when we look at our loved one and think, who is this hateful person? Here are some tips & ideas we can do to make the sting a little less.

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Yes, a family member can get paid to be a caregiver. Here's how

When mom or dad gets older or gets sick, you want to do everything possible to care for them. But even with the best of intentions, being a family caregiver is extraordinarily hard work. The emotional and financial tolls associated with being a family caregiver are well-documented: According to AARP, family caregivers provide nearly half Read more...

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10 Tips for Family Caregivers

Seek support from other caregivers. You are not alone! Take care of your own health so that you can be strong enough to take care of your loved one. Accept offers of help and suggest specific things people can do to help you. Learn how to communicate effectively with doctors. Caregiving is hard work so take respite breaks often. Watch out for signs of depression and don't delay getting professional help when you need it. Be open to new technologies that can help you care for your loved one. Organize medical information so it's up to date and easy to find.

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Printable Caregiver Daily Notes

A live-in caretaker can use this daily journal to monitor a patient's changes, appetite, medication, and sleep. Free to download and print

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