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How to Be a Partner, Not a Parent, When Caring for a Spouse

Ways to keep the romantic connection alive despite illness or injury


What You Need to Know About the Coronavirus

How to prepare and tips to stay healthy

How to Live Safely Amidst Lingering COVID-19

​Weigh the risks and health implications

Long-Term Care Cost Calculator

Compare costs, types of service in your area


Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Dementia: Warning Signs for Family Caregivers

Early indicators that your loved one may have Alzheimer’s or dementia

​6 Ways to Prevent Dementia Patient Wandering

​Steps family caregivers can take to keep loved ones safe​

10 Ways to Manage Sundown Syndrome

Tips to help dementia caregivers can soothe anxiety in the evening

Handling a Loved One's Memory Loss

When dealing with dementia, let small mistakes slide

Making a Home Safe for Loved Ones with Dementia

Evaluate your living space and determine what changes need to be made

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Hospice and Palliative Care

What Caregivers Should Know About Palliative Care

A specialized approach during serious illness

Starting the Conversation About End-of-Life Care

It’s the most important conversation we aren’t having

Hospice: Who is a Candidate, What to Expect

Providing patients’ comfort before they die

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