Daily or In-Home Caregiver

Medication Management Basics (English) | 4. Create a Medication List

Medication Management Basics (English) | 4. Create a Medication List

Medication Management Basics (English) | 1. Round Up Those Meds

Medication Management Basics (English) | 1. Round Up Those Meds

Respite Tips: Taking a Break From Giving Care to Someone in Need

Sources of Respite

  • Time and assistance from family or friends
  • Professional (paid) in-home help
  • Adult Day Health Care
  • Temporary placement outside the home in an assisted care residence
  • For Veterans: Up to 30 days of respite care per year is available to enrolled Veterans as determined by the Veteran’s treatment team. You can talk with the Veteran's Patient Aligned Care Team (PACT) social worker, case manager, or the Caregiver Support Coordinator (CSC) for more information about what respite options exist in your area.

Safe at Home: 3. Kitchen Safety

Consider these daily kitchen situations and learn how to make the kitchen a safer space for someone with dementia.

Note: This information is not meant to replace the advice from a medical professional. You should consult your health care provider regarding specific medical concerns or treatment.

CJ Webinar - New Ways to Care (Part 2) - Guide to Tech Services & Products: Making the Best Match for Your Family’s Needs

This webinar, is a practical overview of how technology can help you care for a frail or ill loved one at home. The focus today is on making your home safer and more efficient. We’ll look at current products as well as some exciting innovations in the pipeline for development.

Safe At Home: 5. Bedroom Safety

Consider these daily bedroom situations and learn how to make the bedroom a safer space for someone with dementia.

Note: This information is not meant to replace the advice from a medical professional. You should consult your health care provider regarding specific medical concerns or treatment.
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Safe At Home: 4. Bathroom Safety

Consider these daily bathroom situations and learn how to make the bathroom a safer space for someone with dementia.

7. Self-Care (Caregiver College Video Series)

Self-Care (Caregiver College Video Series)

5. Toileting and Incontinence (Caregiver College Video Series)

This video covers how dealing with a loved one's incontinence is more manageable than you may think. You'll learn how to help a care recipient with their waning toileting skills and problems with incontinence.

3. Dental Care (Caregiver College Video Series)

Dental and oral care are important at any age to prevent against a variety of health problems. Learn how to assist as a caregiver in daily cleaning and routine check-ups. 

Note: This information is not meant to replace the advice from a medical professional. You should consult your health care provider regarding specific medical concerns or treatment.

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