This robust online family support e-library provides helpful information to anyone caring for a friend or relative. In our work as Aging Life Care Managers, we recognize that caregivers need supports in a variety of areas. Each day we hear from family members trying to get a better understanding of their loved one’s illness and how to care for them as it progresses. Spouses and partners call us asking for information on ways to keep their loved one at home with them. Then there are the nieces, nephews, granddaughters, grandsons and in-laws, looking for tips and tools to help their family members cope with the challenges of Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and other conditions. Just as often, there are professionals in the field of aging, such as elder law attorneys, financial advisors, and medical professionals, who want to provide more resources and suggestions to help support their clients. We recognize that caregiver education is an important first step for many. This free information service meets the needs of caregivers in all capacities by providing them with valuable online resources at their fingertips. Our e-library is especially designed to help family caregivers and professionals, by offering evidence-based information on a wide variety of topics.
The following are some of the topics covered to help make caregiving a little easier:
- Insights on aging
- Memory loss and dementia
- Important documents
- Tips and tools for families
Our e-library is available 24/7 for reference and you can bookmark these pages, which address family dynamics:
- Strained relations with siblings
- Confusion about changing roles
- Stress juggling multiple demands
And these that speak to the questions and concerns of older adults:
- Insights on aging well
- Preventing falls
- Driving safely
And these that address the concerns of elder law attorneys, financial advisors, medical providers and senior communities:
- How to partner with an Aging Life Care Manager to provide assessments and advocacy for your client
- Choosing the best services according to individual preferences and resources
- Key collaborators on the care team; how to find the right professionals to support your clients
Armed with information on aging and caregiving, and understanding the aging process better for further support, our Aging Life Care Managers are available for office consultations, short term crisis management or relocation support, assessments and ongoing care management services. Aging is a complex process, so call on the experts!
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