Posted by Karen Pallarito, HealthDay Reporter Apr 20, 2016
Researchers suggest that physicians speak to family caregivers of ill and disabled patients about having their own health evaluated.
Posted by Staci Blinn Mar 17, 2016
A stroke in the family is sudden, unexpected and challenging to a caregiver. Check out a variety of resources that may help meet the needs of caregivers.
Posted by Lisa O’Neill Hill Nov 18, 2015
It can be hard to juggle caregiving roles with your full-time job. Follow these 6 tips to help you create a better balance.
Posted by Lisa O’Neill Hill Oct 30, 2015
As a caregiver, it’s important to advocate for your loved one to make sure he or she receives the best care. Consider these pointers while at the hospital.
Posted by Lucy Lazarony Oct 13, 2015
As a caregiver, there are important decisions to be made when choosing services for a stroke survivor. Get tips for three key decisions.
Posted by Teresa Bitler Aug 26, 2015
Watching your loved one have a seizure can be startling and frightening. Find out what you should and shouldn’t do if a survivor has a post-stroke seizure.
Posted by Teresa Bitler Aug 14, 2015
Stroke survivors that suffer from one-side neglect face safety issues. It’s important to help your loved one become more aware of their neglected side.
Posted by Lisa O’Neill Hill Jul 28, 2015
Being a caregiver around the clock makes it difficult to workout. Here are some exercises caregivers can do at home while taking care of their loved one.
Posted by Emily Shearing Jun 19, 2015
Recovering from a stroke can be difficult, but you don’t have to do it alone. Learn how each family member’s personal strengths can contribute to your recovery.
Posted by Teresa Bitler Jun 8, 2015
The transition of caring for your parent after a stroke can be hard, especially because you are reversing roles. Read these ideas to help you adjust.