By PBS NewsHour
How does coordinated caregiving work? Meet three older Americans with chronic illnesses who are benefitting from coordinated caregivers in their homes.
By David Pelcyger
A persistent state of denial paralyzes caregivers and can ultimately impede the advocacy and support your loved one needs. And yet, some experts believe denial can be an effective tool for caregivers. Going there temporarily can let you focus on…
By Sherri Snelling, Next Avenue
Navigating through a jolly holiday season and wishes for a wonderful new year when living with a chronic, debilitating health condition or caring for someone might have you thinking, “this is no holiday!” But researchers are documenting how expressing thanks…
By Leah Eskenazi, Family Caregiver Alliance
In an excerpt from the PBS program "NOW," Maria Hinojosa examines the support system in place for family members providing the around-the-clock care many returning war veterans often require.
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