Resource: Caregivers.com/magazine By Cheryl Coppola RN, MSN, OCN Keeping Safe at Home with Chemotherapy As more and more chemotherapy is given in outpatient clinics and at home, it is extremely important that caregivers and patients understand
by Max Zubatsky Resource: http://www.caregivers.com/article “Have a seat and we’ll call your name soon.” “Please fill out these forms to the best of your ability.” “The doctor will see you now.” Let’s face it; a doctor’s visit is not the ideal
By Kim Champion Resource: http://www.caregiver.com/article You’ve made the decision to let an aide come into your home to assist. That was hard enough. Now you’re getting apprehensive about what to expect when the aide arrives for work.
By Jennifer Bradley, Staff Writer/ Resource: www.caregivers.com/articles Forgetfulness is normal. Everyone has bouts of it; and even more with age. Whether a name, address or appointment, these facts slip through a person’s mind easily. For
By Sandra Ray, Staff Writer Resource: http://www.caregiver.com The risks associated with high cholesterol have been well-documented, yet compliance with treatment schedules is still low. In fact, more than 50 percent of Americans have