How To Outsmart The Number One Caregiving Danger Lurking Around The Corner


Susan’s day started the same way it always does. She got up earlier than usual to get a jump on the day. Got her Mom ready for the Adult Daycare Center. The bus usually arrives at 8:00 am sharp. Changed her Mom’s diaper, dressed her, fed her. Prepared her snacks, made her bed, cleaned up the room a little bit.

Spent some time talking to her while the bus arrived. Small talk, reassuring talk of what a great day she was going to have today. Alzheimers patients need to be around positive people and environments. [Read more…]

Necessary vs. Unnecessary Caregiving Frustrations and How To Deal With Both


This week I got a call from a friend of mine. His Mom is in her eighties, with early onset Alzheimer’s a slew of other clinical conditions.

It wasn’t the first time he reached out to me with the same caregiving frustration… In his own words,

“Claudio I’m so frustrated, I don’t know what else to do. My mother won’t eat, drink, and forgets to take her meds all the time!
I’m with her as much as I can. I have a lady that comes and helps with the house, and still the other day she got dizzy, fell, and almost broke her neck… had to spend a whole day in ER with her. And on top of all that, she’s starting to think I’m the enemy!”

I understand… of course I understand. [Read more…]

6 Wickedly Effective Ways of Knowing if Your Caregiver is Doing a Good Job

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Imagine you’ve spent all this time in the process of hiring and training a caregiver, only to find out weeks later that she’s not going to work out. Here’s are 6 ways
to avoid hiring caregiver-duds. [Read more…]

6 Dumb Mistakes Smart Caregivers Make When Caring For a Loved One With Alzheimer’s Disease

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Family caregiving is really all about energy efficiency and execution. Because of this, eliminating mistakes becomes a priority if you want to have a pleasant, stress-free experience for both you and your loved one. Avoid the following mistakes at all costs… [Read more…]

Being a Smart Patient: How To Help The People That Are Trying To Help You


It’s hard to be a family caregiver, but it’s EVEN HARDER to be a patient. In this brief post, we’ll explore what thoughts will dominate your thinking as a patient, the challenges of accepting help, and how to thrive even when you are at your worst! [Read more…]

How To Have Your Elderly Parents Properly Cared For Without Going Broke in The Process

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Your Mother has Alzheimer’s. She needs around-the-clock supervision and help at home. Her insurance doesn’t cover it and you can’t afford a Nursing Home nor care for her full-time. What’s Your Next Move? [Read more…]

The 3 Most Expensive Mistakes Family Caregivers are Making and How to Prevent Them

…a 3 minute read

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Family Caregivers Face incredible daily challenges…

Whether caregiving for a loved one, be it your kids, a friend, or an elderly parent, it can be quite a feat even if you know what you are doing. [Read more…]

Fifteen Things Your Elderly Parents Think About But Won’t Tell You

a one minute read…

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“It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.” – Mark Twain

When caring for an elderly parent,  you’d want to know what they are thinking but not saying…

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How To Sneak Up On Alzheimer’s Disease By Doing Smart Planning

a 2 minute read…

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I don’t think the WHY one needs to properly plan for this devastating disease is any longer debated or doubted, rather the HOW becomes the central hub of both debate and action around this topic.

However if you are still questioning why you may need to prepare for future Alzheimer’s care here are some hair-raising stats:

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My Mother Doesn’t Know Who I am!

dementiaThis is going to be a tough one guys… there’s no easy way out or around it, only through it.

As Dementia percolates through your Mom’s brain, it systematically destroys everything in its path, every cell containing every memory, and every memory linking to precious moments …until it eventually gets to those neurons where memories of you as a child, a young woman, your graduation, wedding and birth of your children reside. These memories are now all gone!

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