Caregiving Blog: Patient Neglect

Patient neglect is becoming a more frequent occurrence among care providers. Admittedly not all patient neglect is intentional. The results of patient neglect are tragic for patients and for family members experiencing emotional upset because of the occurrences. This...

Caregiving: Does Anyone Care?

The act of caregiving and attempting to be a caregiving advocate for a loved one can be frustrating when staff at hospitals, care communities, rehab centers, medical offices, home health, and in other health care positions are less than helpful. Caregivers and care...

Caregiving: Managing Family Caregiver Dysfunction

Family caregiver dysfunction is created and complicated by early life family relationships. Sometimes, the complication results from the care recipient who denies that care may be needed. Other times, the complication results from adult children who don’t see...

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