A Caregiver’s Guide to Understanding Dementia

In this blog post, Holly Clark offers her perspective on caring for loved ones suffering with dementia based on her professional experience working as a Community Manager for FirstCare Nursing Homes in Ireland and her personal experience caring for a family member dealing with the disease. By Holly Clark Hundreds of millions of people in the world … Read more>>

In the Fight of Their Lives: A Caregiver Perspective on Participating in a Clinical Trial

Our guest post today originally appeared on Anne Moore Sabatos’ blog. She and her husband Mike have been married barely over a year and they are in the battle of their lives.  From the “About Me” page of her blog, Anne writes “We were married in November of 2014. Unfortunately, he has cancer, and not … Read more>>

Lorraine’s Story: Caregiver to Her Husband With Type 2 Diabetes

Lorraine Cook is the wife and caregiver of Steve, who lives with type II diabetes. She shares with us the struggles of trying to reverse lifestyle habits that brought on the condition. Lorraine lives in North Florida and operates a hand-dyed apparel business at www.tiedyedhippy.com.  Lorraine’s Story My husband, Steve, and I have been together since … Read more>>

November: National Family Caregiver Month

Caregivers are family members or friends who provide emotional or physical support to the elderly, chronically ill, or disabled. They can also be professionals who help us navigate the unknown as we face illnesses or end of life. November is National Family Caregiver Month and we’d like to celebrate the caregivers living among us. The following is … Read more>>