If the person you care for has received a dementia diagnosis, talk with them NOW about their wishes for medical care at the end of life. It's a critical time to update their advance care directRead More
In many families, care of an elder relative falls predominately to one person. This typically begins with assisting occasionally for a few hours, and it can be a very loving connection. But as the Read More
Our brains are predisposed to feel the emotions of others. This capacity, called "empathy," fuels our most altruistic acts as humans. And it fosters sweeter and deeper relationships.
At Caring Choices, we see family members grieving the loss of their loved ones even before their relative has died. This "anticipatory grief" is very common, but it is not oftenRead More
At Caring Choices, we know one of the biggest challenges of caring for a loved one is the many losses that are simply part of the journey. In this month's newsletter we look at the loRead More