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October “Senior Sense”: Support for Sandwich Generation Caregivers

According to an AARP report, 44 percent of women ages 45 to 55 are in the difficult position of...

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September “Senior Sense”: When Your Aging Parent Won’t Accept Help

I would have cleaned up in a poker game against my mother; she had “a tell.” A tell is a subtle...

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Back-to-School 2020: Care.com survey reveals what’s really on the minds of working parents

This back-to-school season is anything but normal. With distance learning, split schedules, and...

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August “Senior Sense”: Siblings and Caregiving: More Heated Than a Summer Hot Spell

I am the youngest of three daughters, which for me meant I was not supposed to be the primary...

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July “Senior Sense”: 5 Strategies for Long Term Caregiving

One of my caregiver coping skills is a concept I call “contained pain.” It’s the idea that I can...

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You Don’t Have to Go It Alone: 5 Ways Senior Care Solutions can Help During COVID-19

More than 41 million Americans are responsible for some form of family caregiving for adults 50 and...

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June “Senior Sense”: 4 Tips for Balancing Caregiving with a Career

I had taken the day off from work to bring my mother to her primary care doctor for a checkup. “Why...

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May “Senior Sense”: How to Make Caregiving-Related Decisions Under Stress

  I heard about parenting all the time: “Your life completely changes when you become a parent,” my...

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The Power of Connection: Caregiving in a Global Pandemic

“My television isn’t working. I feel cut off from the world.” My heart sank when my 91-year-old...

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April Senior Sense: Caregiving Through a Crisis

Caregiving on a good day, can be stressful. Caregiving during a crisis can feel completely...

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8 Real-Life Scenarios for When Working Parents Need Backup Child Care

If you’re a working parent, then you know the feeling. The minute your regular child care plans...

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5 ways parents can be productive working from home while watching the kids during coronavirus closures

What do you do when work, school, and daycare suddenly happen all under one roof? Millions of...

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