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5 Mindfulness Exercises to Relieve Caregiver Burnout

Want to Prevent Caregiver Burnout? Get Mindful. Are you now, or have you ever been a caregiver? If so, get … Read More

How We All Can Help Prevent Isolation Among Dementia Caregivers

Five simple ways we can all help alleviate the social isolation that often comes with caring for someone with dementia. … Read More

Why Perfectionism Causes Caregiver Burnout

If you’re a caregiver and a perfectionist, you may be facing an uphill battle. Caregiving is a demanding job and … Read More

How to Prevent Caregiver Stress

How to Prevent Caregiver Stress The reality of caring for an older adult means an influx in demands and an … Read More

How to Let Go of Caregiver Guilt

  Caregivers are some of the most compassionate, caring people on the planet. Why, then, do so many caregivers experience … Read More

Why Sleep Is A Dementia Caregiver’s Secret Weapon

All too often, caregivers find themselves struggling to maintain a healthy sleep cycle, and less sleep means lower energy levels … Read More

Why Isolation is a Caregiver’s Worst Enemy

Caregivers are under a lot of stress which can sometimes cause them to feel isolated. In fact, social isolation has … Read More

Caregiver Burnout Quiz

Are You Experiencing Burnout While Caring For Aging Parents? Caregiver burnout occurs when a caregiver ignores their own well-being and … Read More

How Compassion Fatigue Contributes to Caregiver Burnout

Compassion fatigue can negatively impact your caregiving abilities, increasing the chances you will “burnout.” Compassion fatigue1 happens when a caregiver … Read More

What Alzheimer’s Caregivers Should Know About the Role of Traumatic Brain Injuries

The latest discovery in Alzheimer’s disease research is that middle-aged adults who suffer traumatic brain injury (TBI) may have a higher risk of developing dementia in later years. Researchers at the University of Helsinki in Finland have been investigating this connection and found that a majority of brain injury victims were also at greater risk for developing dementia later in life. Read More