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Denial a Common Emotion for Family Caregivers

Caring for aging parents can put siblings at odds. Check out these tips about communicating with family members. And go to www.4070talk.com and www.solvingfamilyconflict.com to learn more.

Assistance Can Keep Seniors at Home; Assessment May Help

Older adults who begin to show signs that they need help around the house don't necessarily need to think about leaving. Assistance can help keep seniors home longer than they otherwise could without help.

Planning Can Better Prepare Families

Family caregivers often live in fear of an emergency call that an older loved one needs assistance. The Senior Emergency KitSM can help caregivers be prepared. Visit www.SeniorEmergencyKit.com for resources that include checklists and worksheets for medications, conditions, allergies, doctors, health advisors and important documents.

Recognizing the Signs of Aging and Need for Care - Professional Caregiver Recorded Webinar

Presenters Dr. Amy D'Aprix, Executive Director of the DAI Foundation, and Mary Alexander, Director of Strategic Alliances with Home Instead Senior Care, discuss how to recognize the signs of aging and need for additional care.

Look-and-See Signs of Aging

The conditions of aging can leave seniors at risk in their own homes. Most older adults do want to age at home. That's why family caregivers should know the signs that their loved one might be needing help at home. The following checklist from the Home Instead Senior Care® network reveals what family caregivers should look for when they are in a senior's home.

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