Posted by Emily Shearing May 8, 2015
The stigma associated with male caregivers is changing and their approach to caregiving is quite different from females.
Posted by Lisa O’Neill Hill Apr 24, 2015
The transition of coming home from the hospital after a stroke can be difficult. Here are some great tactics to help you prepare for that day.
Posted by Teresa Bitler Apr 16, 2015
Married, female caregivers have higher stress levels and are more at risk for serious health conditions. Here’s what you can do to protect your health.
Posted by Lisa O’Neill Hill Mar 31, 2015
Rehabilitation can feel like a chore, but if it becomes something you enjoy doing, you can have more success and stay motivated in your recovery.
Posted by Teresa Bitler Mar 11, 2015
Caring for a stroke survivor can be a daunting task. Family and friends can often help a caregiver, but organizing a support system is easier said than done.
Posted by Teresa Bitler Feb 4, 2015
Many stroke survivors rely heavily on a caregiver 24/7. Additionally, many caregivers also continue to work to provide family finances.
Posted by Emily Shearing Jan 23, 2015
Find out why depression, a well-known condition in stroke survivors, also affects caregivers—and at an even greater rate.
Posted by Teresa Bitler Jan 12, 2015
If your husband or wife has a stroke, the demands of caring for a stroke survivor can make you feel like caregiver-patient is the only relationship you have.
Posted by Teresa Bitler Nov 13, 2014
After a loved one’s stroke, caregivers often need to do the heavy lifting. Occupational therapist Angie Reimer shares tips on how to safely lift heavy objects.
Posted by Lisa O'Neill Hill Nov 5, 2014
Learn how to find the best respite care and the benefits that come along with it.