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Visit These Top 3 Dementia Friendly Vacation Spots in Texas

Posted by Ruby Cemental on Jun 6, 2017 5:30:00 PM

Texas may be known as the friendliest state, but living here also means that many of the top travel destinations in the United States are easily accessible by car. Since flying with someone who has dementia can sometimes get tricky, you can make your next vacation easier by considering visiting one of these top three vacation spots in your home state that are safe and comfortable for people with dementia.

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Overcoming Remote Caregiver Guilt

Posted by Ruby Cemental on Feb 16, 2016 5:30:00 PM

Those with an elderly loved one who lives hours away often feel guilty that they can't be present to provide assistance. Feeling inadequate doesn't help you or your loved one. The following tips will help you overcome remote caregiver guilt so you can feel better about the help you are able to provide.

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Parenting the Parent- Making the Transition to Being Your Parent's Primary Caregiver Easier

Posted by Ruby Cemental on Feb 2, 2016 5:30:00 PM

Acknowledging that your parents are getting older is often one of the most difficult things a child must face. As your parent's grow elderly and frail, you might have to undertake the challenge of role reversal and start parenting the parent. Such a task is frequently daunting emotionally.   

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Tips for Asking Your Boss for a Flexible Schedule When You are Your Aging Parent's Caregiver

Posted by Ruby Cemental on Jan 19, 2016 5:30:00 PM

Caring for an aging parent is never easy, but having a full-time (or even part-time) job makes it even more difficult. The chances are very good that you are going to need to confront your boss at some point in time and ask for a flexible schedule so you can take your parent to a doctor's appointment or some other caregiving necessity. 

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The Sandwich Generation: Caring for Children and Older Adults

Posted by Michael Watson on Jun 16, 2015 3:00:00 PM

The Bureau of Labor Statistics confirmed it: many adults, especially women ages 45 to 56, are caught in the sandwich generation, helping to care for their aging parents while still raising, or at least supporting, their own children.

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