caregiver-support Blog

Caregiver Support

By roger | Aug 20 2020

Caregiver support is crucial when you are juggling family responsibilities and work while providing adequate support to an older loved one. As a primary caregiver […]

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pandemic-covid19 Blog

Coping with stress during a pandemic

By roger | Apr 20 2020

It is normal to feel sad, stressed, confused, scared or angry during a crisis. Especially when you have family members in senior living communities, or […]

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Alzheimer’s Support Group

By roger | Feb 5 2018

Tuscan Gardens® is excited to announce our Alzheimer’s Support Group ­­– a monthly meeting designed just for caregivers to share their stories, concerns, celebrations, and advice. […]

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wandering Blog

Preventing Wandering: Management Techniques for Caregivers

By roger | Apr 13 2017

For many family caregivers of a loved one with memory loss, keeping their loved one from wandering off by themselves is part of their reality. […]

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Tips on Positive Coping Techniques for Caregiver Stress

By roger | Apr 6 2017

The demands of caregiving can be a lot to bear. If caregivers don’t take the time to care for themselves, too, the consequences could be […]

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Positive Coping Techniques for Caregiver Stress

By roger | Mar 31 2017

According to the Mayo Clinic, nearly 80% of long-term care in the United States is provided by informal caregivers such as a spouse, adult child […]

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senior care plan Blog

Laying the Foundation: Creating Your Plan for Senior Care

By roger | Mar 16 2017

For any adult nearing retirement age, it’s never too soon to discuss a senior care plan. While we would all like to imagine retirement life […]

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Tips for Embracing Humor as a Caregiver

By roger | Feb 9 2017

Although you probably won’t see it written on any prescription, humor has numerous benefits for our physical and mental health. According to caregiver expert and […]

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memory loss Blog

Managing Everyday Challenges for Your Loved One with Memory Loss

By roger | Jan 20 2017

If your loved one is living with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of memory loss, everyday tasks can become challenging. As their memory loss progresses, […]

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Tips for Encouraging Independence in Your Aging Loved One

By roger | Dec 23 2016

We all want our parents to live as independently as possible for as long as possible. Yet, even when your loved one is in full […]

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