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.

Role Reversal: When Kids Become Caretakers​

If you have an aging parent, It’s likely that you’ve already begun to help your parents in ways you’ve never had to before. While confusing and possibly overwhelming, this process is a very common part of aging for older adults and their families.

Keeping Loved Ones Fit at Home

No one is too old to get in shape research shows that, as we age, exercise can help our bodies avoid common health problems like weight gain, illness, insomnia, balance issues, and memory loss.

Family Cooking: The Kitchen & Seniors

The kitchen can be a dangerous place for loved ones. Understanding these risks can help families better prepare their kitchens for cooking with their relatives, allowing them to engage fully and independently in this stimulating, fun-filled activity.

Daily Routines for Aging Adults

An effective ways to combat anxiety around your loved one’s lifestyle changes is to develop a daily routine with them. The predictability of a method can be a significant stress-reliever for you and your loved one.

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.

Benefits Of Aging In Place​

While many people believe that supportive environments like nursing homes and assisted living facilities are an appropriate way to ensure their elderly loved one receives the assistance they need, studies are beginning to show that this may not be the case.

Mental Health Needs For Older Adults​

As many as one in five older adults experience mental health issues, the most common of which are anxiety or mood disorders (such as depression). Left undiagnosed and untreated, mental health illnesses have severe implications for older adults and their loved ones. This is why it’s essential to understand the signs.

COPD and Me: A Guide to Staying Safe while Aging in Place​

While COPD presents a unique set of challenges to older adults and their caregivers, it is essential to remember that millions of American families can successfully manage this diagnosis every year with the appropriate combination of treatment and modifications to their daily lives.

Where is My Mother?

Those who are new to caring for a loved one with dementia might take this question at face value, or dismiss it all together. But in reality, questions like these can be metaphors for something else. Their meaning lies beyond the literal.