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The responsibilities of guardianship include, among other things, looking out for the rights and interests of minors and ensuring that they get an appropriate education.
As your loved ones get older, it can be easy to forget that they're not exempt from common health and aging stressors. Just because they're living longer doesn't mean they don't have concerns about practically anything else in life.
Being a caregiver is demanding on several levels: physically, mentally, and emotionally. While it’s an essential role you’re fulfilling, you should make sure it’s not at the cost of your own health and wellbeing.
There's no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as stress can mean different things to different people. In general, stress is a feeling of tension or anxiety caused by events or circumstances both inside and outside your control.
Caring for an autistic child at home poses different needs for every caregiver. Since the symptoms of autism can drastically range from person to person, safety preparation often feels overwhelming.
With the current aging population of our world, it is becoming more common to have a senior loved one with a disability.
In unconventional times, many people are looking for ways to build a side hustle. At the same time, as baby boomers get older and need care and companionship, some people are realizing that many seniors are feeling even more isolated due to the pandemic.
As a caregiver, you are probably spending a majority of your time tending to the needs of your loved one, which means you may not have been having many chances to take time off for your own needs.
Caregiving isn’t always easy. There are times when it can be frustrating and overwhelming. You might even feel guilty about feeling that way in the first place.
As a caregiver, you may feel that you simply don’t have enough time to pay a little TLC (tender, loving, care) to yourself.