Preparing for the Loss of a Loved One: Support for You Both

Young woman visiting her grandmother at the hospital in preparing for the loss of a loved one

Losing a parent at any age can feel impossibly difficult. It can feel even more challenging if you are the primary caregiver for your loved one. We will unpack a few ways you can support your loved one in their final days and ways you can support yourself.

Supporting Senior Parents and Their Mental Health Needs ​

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Supporting a senior parent with their mental health needs can seem like an overwhelming task. This may be especially true if you are already tending to many physical health needs. However, you can find support as you care for your loved one both mentally and physically! And we are ready to be that support!

Leaving Your Loved One: How to Vacation Guilt Free

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At Beverly’s Daughter we believe families who are acting as caretakers deserve a guilt-free vacation, in fact, it could be crucial to your caring longevity. Let us unpack a few tips on how to go on that getaway while still maintaining your excellent level of love and care.

COVID-19 Coping Strategies​

Despite these unprecedented times, your support and care of your loved one can still be as strong as ever, perhaps just a little differently. We want to support you as you creatively care. Connect with us for more information, resources and more.

Using Technology to Communicate Care​

In the time of social-distancing and medical isolation, certain products can increase connection and interaction with our loved ones without the need to compromise safety.

Show Us The Light: Smart Home Lighting Systems And Wellness​

Many loved ones develop physical and visual impairments that make day-to-day living difficult and sometimes even dangerous. Because of this, older adults who choose to age in place may need to make modifications to their homes to live safely and comfortably.

5 Easy Memory Reminders

Memory loss is a common side effect of aging, especially for those approaching the early stages of Dementia. This can be scary and stressful for our elders and their families, but it doesn’t have to mean the end of an independent lifestyle.

Product Spotlight: Electronic Caregiver

Marybeth Van Horn, 67, a resident of Denver, Colorado and a nurse of 45 years, has both experienced and heard real-life stories of how health technology can save lives. Five years ago, she slipped on black ice in a parking lot, snapping her femur while mid-air. When she hit the pavement, her wrist broke and her lumbar and cervical vertebra shifted, leaving her on the ground in pain. The incident would leave her hospitalized for a month, and bedridden for three more months. At that time, she did not have Electronic Caregiver’s Premier system or she could have immediately called for emergency help.