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  1. Handling Sudden Changes as a Caregiver
    Apr. 07, 2011 -- By preparing ahead of time, you and your loved one will be better able to handle sudden changes and care needs.
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  2. When a Loved One Resists Care
    Oct. 22, 2010 -- At some point, you may want to care for those who've cared for you in the past. Everyone needs help getting through hurdles in life at some point.
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  3. Caring for a Parent or Loved One: The Basics
    Apr. 14, 2010 -- Model caregivers who seem to take everything in stride and don't sweat the small stuff do not belong to a super race of caregivers.
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  4. Support Groups For Caregivers
    Apr. 14, 2010 -- Coping with the stress and responsibility of your role as a caregiver can feel overwhelming at times.
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  5. Long Distance Family Caregiving
    Apr. 13, 2010 -- Nowadays, families are increasingly spread across the country, sometimes the world, complicating your ability to provide the proper assistance.
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  6. Watching Your Own Well-Being As A Caregiver
    Apr. 13, 2010 -- In the case of family caregivers, the job is done out of love, because they care and because their loved one will be more comforted by the familiar face of a family member than a stranger. The question is: Who is caring for the caregivers?
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  7. Managing The Stress Of Caring For A Loved One
    Apr. 13, 2010 -- One of the job hazards of caregiving is the vast amounts of stress that come with it. Fortunately, there are ways to recognize and manage caregiver stress.
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  8. Emergency Preparedness
    Apr. 13, 2010 -- There are several items you can get and procedures you can follow to better safeguard against your elderly loved one falling victim to an in-home emergency.
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  9. Transportation Options For Your Aging Loved One
    Apr. 13, 2010 -- Frequency of transportation needs, proximity to public transportation or family members with vehicles, and income all play into local transportation options for seniors aging at home.
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