When beginning the long term care process with your elderly parents, you may be wondering what care option fits into your parents’ budget.
Once your parents have settled into their regular care process, you may wonder where you fit in and how you can stay involved in their care. There are several ways to stay involved in and help your parents in their care process.
When it comes to aging, there are several things you can do to stay healthy throughout the process. Talk to your healthcare professional about ways you can prevent illness and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
If you have a disabled child, you may worry that they aren’t having normal childhood experiences. One of the many disability camps across America can help your child have a home away from home experience.
If you are unable to drive, it can be extremely difficult to enjoy the opportunities outside your home, along with attending appointments on time. Paratransit can help.
Standing out in a field of caregivers can be difficult. Implement these 6 tips to get noticed and be the cream of the crop.
If someone in your family has a disability, planning a vacation can be an extremely stressful experience. You may think your destinations are limited. However, there are many travel destinations that may surprise you with their level of accommodation.
When making the decision to self-direct your care, you may wonder how to begin the process. Here are the steps taken to begin receiving care whether you are privately paying for services or receiving assistance from Medicaid or Medicare.
It can be difficult to bring long term care options to the table with your parents. In order to choose the best option for your parents without taking away from their opinions, there are several steps you can take.
For some disabled adults, the thing missed most about childhood is the process of learning. Continued education allows you to explore and experience new things. At first it may sound difficult to find learning opportunities, but they are all around you.