Family & Caregiving
Saturday, April 22, is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day — when you can safely get rid of old or unused medications
Painting Gave Me a Precious World All My Own While Caregiving for My Husband with Alzheimer’s Disease
It didn’t dawn on me until after my husband passed that what I’d been engaging in was art therapy
Caring for someone you love who has dementia can be a heavy burden, but you don’t have to bear it alone. Here are some tips to find the caregiving help you need.
Revisa estos recursos que incluyen un programa útil que reúne a familiares, amigos y cuidadores a través de un plan para proporcionar comidas
Living through the death of my husband taught me the importance of discussing end-of-life wishes with your loved ones
A Quest for Significance Gone Horribly Wrong – How Mass Shooters Pervert a Universal Desire to Make a Difference in the World
There have been 213 mass shootings in the United States so far this year
The shortage will affect some parents more than others. Not surprisingly, the most affected parents are those on the lowest income.