Posted by Karen Pallarito, HealthDay Reporter Feb 23, 2017
In a small study, men reported more successes than problems in their first year of caregiving following their wives' strokes.
Posted by Lynn Bronikowski Feb 15, 2017
Researchers recommend that health providers treat the whole family and provide ongoing screening to identify early signs of depression and anxiety.
Posted by Micki Burns Dec 5, 2016
The holidays can be stressful for anyone, but particularly after you or a family member has experienced a stroke. Here are a few suggestions to help caregivers.
Posted by Staci Blinn Nov 15, 2016
Reading about caregiving can help normalize feelings and remind caregivers and family members that others have had similar experiences.
Posted by Staci Blinn Oct 6, 2016
Games, especially word and memory games, are excellent tools to help stroke survivors rebuild connections in their brains.
Posted by Staci Blinn Sep 2, 2016
Caregivers often ask if there is something they can do to help make life a little easier for the caregiver and stroke survivor. One solution is to turn to technology.
Posted by Dane Koengeter Aug 22, 2016
It just takes 15 to 30 minutes to work in an exercise regimen that'll have a lasting effect on your body, mind and spirit.
Posted by Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research Jun 21, 2016
Long-distance caregiving poses unique challenges. Find out what you can do to help your loved one from afar—and how to make the most of personal visits.
Posted by Lynn Bronikowski Jun 13, 2016
What should caregivers do when their loved one is posting too often on Facebook or doesn't remember making online purchases?
Posted by Lynn Bronikowski May 18, 2016
When their mother had a severe stroke in 2004, two daughters knew it was time to come home to the San Clemente, Calif., beach town where they grew up.