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Taking Care Of Yourself Is Part Of The Job

Being a primary caregiver is tough job. Additionally, It is extremely challenging to go through the role reversal of parent and child. But as your parent starts aging, things start to change a bit, and they being to rely on you for the...

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3 Exercises to Better Your Balance

Bettering Your Balance Have you been noticing that your balance just isn’t what it used to be? Maybe it was never very good. Either way, something needs to change. While there are countless, sometimes intensive, martial arts like tai chi...

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Work-Life Balance & Caregiving

Work-Life Balance For Primary Caregivers Caregiving is a rewarding yet challenging feet. After all, you are providing care for those that have cared for you; but caregiving requires a great deal of time, attention and focus. In fact, AARP...

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Observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – January 20, 2020

In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr Day, we all can make it a point to observe by serving in our communities. There are a number of charitable organizations that are looking for volunteers to serve the community-at-large. No matter if you are...

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Respite Care: Needed Time Off for Primary Caregivers

Primary Caregiver Support Caregiving is a full-time job. And in the absence of a strategic care plan, primary caregivers may experience burnout. With this in mind, AARP has come up a few tips to help you strategize. Check out the link...

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Caregiver Burnout

Caregiver Burnout While it can be considered as a heroic honor, care taking is a demanding task. And in the absence of proper self-care, primary caregiver may experience burnout. Caregiver burnout, as defined by the Cleveland Clinic, is a...

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