Acting as a caregiver for a loved one can be very stressful, both mentally and physically. In this article, caregivers will learn how to avoid burnout.
Those who provide home care to a loved one who is in need of care are known as family caregivers” and can claim benefits from long-term care insurance. These include financial benefits, for example.
An accessible home is an important factor for many people when it comes to living independently. Guidelines, renovations and aids help adapt homes to specific needs.
Heatwaves can cause serious health problems in older people and people in need of care in particular. Precautions can be taken that significantly reduce the risk.
Abuse and aggression by those providing care to loved ones at home is an important topic. Read more here about its causes, the forms it may take and how it can be prevented.
This article tells family caregivers what is important in relation to caring for people with dementia, and which support options are available.
Working while also caring for a loved one can be difficult. Caregiver leave and family caregiver leave give caregivers an opportunity to take a full-time or part-time break from work.
Anyone can find themselves unable to make decisions or act on their own behalf. A lasting power of attorney, guardianship directive or advance healthcare directive can clarify key issues in advance.