Reading Time: 3 minutes “The heart that gives thanks is a happy one, for we cannot feel thankful and unhappy at the same time.” – Douglas Wood As a family caregiver, you consistently have a lot of your plate. Not only are you caring for a parent or loved one, but you also have your own responsibilities—children, a spouse, Read More

Reading Time: 3 minutes The eyes have it . . . unfortunately. We’re seeing more and more people with macular degeneration as the population ages, and the Macular Degeneration Foundation gives some alarming statistics about the disease. According to the foundation, a new case is diagnosed every three minutes in the United States. The older a person is, the Read More

Reading Time: 4 minutes We’ve worked with many family caregivers over the years, and we’ve learned how common it is for these caregivers to feel frustrated and alone. Often, family caregivers intuitively know their loved ones have had a change of some sort, but sometimes there is not a clear diagnosis to explain the changes. Those feelings of isolation Read More

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