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Assistive Equipment for the Home
Assistive Equipment for the Home What assistive equipment might be necessary in the home? Assistive equipment is any ki...
Being a Caregiver
Being a Caregiver What is a caregiver? A caregiver provides assistance in meeting the daily needs of another person. Ca...
Making the Home Environment Safe
Making the Home Environment Safe What is involved in making the home environment safe? When caring at home for an ill, ...
When a Spouse Has Cancer: What to Do and How to Cope
When a Spouse Has Cancer: What to Do and How to Cope Being a caregiver for a spouse who has cancer may be the toughest ...
Easy Ways to Show Someone You Care
Easy Ways to Show Someone You Care Whether you are a spouse, child, sibling, parent, or friend of a cancer patient, it ...
Caring for an Ill Loved One
Caring for an Ill Loved One Caring for anyone is difficult, even in the best of circumstances. If you’ve been called on...
A Cancer Survivor’s Guide to Caregiving
A Cancer Survivor’s Guide to Caregiving By Jim Rice As a rectal cancer survivor, I have had several caregivers. An ente...
Support for the Caregiver
In Support Groups, You Get (and Give) Help
In Support Groups, You Get (and Give) Help What if you were diagnosed with cancer? What if your spouse died and you sud...
Helpful Hints for Coping with the Holidays
Helpful Hints for Coping with the Holidays The holidays are usually a time for remembering—remembering your childhood a...
Caring for the Caregiver
Caring for the Caregiver Caregivers come in all shapes and sizes. They can be adult children, spouses, siblings, friend...
Caregivers Need to Care for Themselves
Caregivers Need to Care for Themselves According to the Administration on Aging (AoA), millions of Americans are involv...