Caregiving is emotional, says the CEO of Caregiver USA as he draws his own personal experience of caregiving for his late father.
A mother of two seeks to optimize her free time now that her children are older so she finds flexible and convenient work opportunities as a caregiver via CGUSA
Did you know that strength training can help you look and feel younger? Here are some facts and tips on the strength exercises you can do at home!
As we advance technologically and do almost everything online, we have to also take extra precaution to make sure we surf the web safely. Read on for more info!
Prevention of falls in the elderly is an ongoing challenge. This article aims to shed some light on measures we can take to stop the unwanted accidental falls.
What happens when one's been diagnosed with Alzheimer's? We look at why making the appropriate health care decisions for a loved one with Alzheimer's is crucial
Who would have guessed an aquarium full of colorful fish could give serenity to seniors? We look at the therapeutic effect aquariums have on the elderly.
Have you ever struggled to move someone into a wheelchair? Here are tips on how to take care of both the patient and yourself while doing so!
What are the common types of dementia? Read more about the types of dementia and their symptoms. Caregivers at CaregiverAsia can help you with your caring needs
Whether you're facing the decision personally or helping an aging parent decide where to live out their golden years, there are many factors to consider.
Fall and injury prevention in the elderly can save lives. We share pointers to help caregivers assess fall risks in order to prevent mishaps.
March has been designated National Sleep Awareness Month. One part of sleep awareness is knowing how our sleep may be affected by changes in the environment. Most of the United States returns to Daylight Saving Time beginning at 2 a.m. local time on Sunday, March 8. As we spring forward and advance our clocks one hour, it … Continue reading How are You Sleeping?