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  1. Caregiving states away with pre-teen: adult, parent, father, money
  2. Blind: father, family, Maryland - Caregiving
  3. Dad is Moving to the Alzheimer's Facility next WEEK!: child, parent, relative - Caregiving
  4. Change in awareness/focus: dementia - Caregiving
  5. missing him: parent, aging - Caregiving
  6. Parkinson's and sleeplessness: father, facility, mother - Caregiving
  7. need ideas as to what to do. Dad with parkinson and dimentia: parent, father - Caregiving
  8. Senior Care - Monitoring System: facility, family, Maryland - Caregiving
  9. ALS and Google Voice: aging, friend - Caregiving
  10. Assisted Living Documentary - this makes me sad!: child, parent, money - Caregiving
  11. Help with walking: parent, assisted - Caregiving
  12. carotid artery surgery - Caregiving
  13. Alzheimers and poor quality of sleep link): parent - Caregiving
  14. High Blood Sugar linked to memory problems - Caregiving
  15. Seeking Advice about Getting Respite Help for Mom: parent, disabilities, facility - Caregiving
  16. Nursing home costs and big problem: parent, father, money, payment - Caregiving
  17. Opinions on Geriatric Case Managers: child, adult, parent, father - Caregiving
  18. Good news, bad news...: child, in home, assisted, friend - Caregiving
  19. Predators target homes of older Americans: money, senior, payment, Medicare - Caregiving
  20. Mom's Harmonica or What valuables should go w/Mom to ALF: parent, father - Caregiving
  21. I hope this link helps you. It helps me in my line of work.: dementia - Caregiving
  22. worth watching this video: child, father, grandmother - Caregiving
  23. News, Woman charged with defrauding 93-year-old man out of $1.4M: child, parent - Caregiving
  24. community service: child, waiver - Caregiving
  25. Staff abandons janitor hero: parent, money, relative, Medicaid - Caregiving
  26. Power Lift Chair: assisted, Medicare, facility, mother - Caregiving
  27. See eldercare/estate attorney in my state or my parent's?: money, grandmother - Caregiving
  28. Caregiver programs: parent, spouse, Medicaid, assisted - Caregiving
  29. Which health insurance to go with Medicare and Medicaid.: parent, relative, senior - Caregiving
  30. I need to find forms for Mums vist to geriatric psychologist: parent, dementia - Caregiving
  31. The Long Good-bye: parent, father, assisted, aging - Caregiving
  32. Need a social worker in Queens NYC: adult, Medicaid, Medicare - Caregiving
  33. Dealing with both Mom AND Dad: child, parent, father, relative - Caregiving
  34. Cocunut oil helps the memory in alzeimers: aging, dementia, family - Caregiving
  35. a plan for my step dad: Medicaid, Medicare, family - Caregiving
  36. Be careful when hiring caregivers for your loved ones.: money, relative - Caregiving
  37. Have you seen this poem? - Caregiving
  38. Home Care, Hospice and the red tape: parent, spouse, father - Caregiving
  39. Advocates for caregivers?: adult, money, assisted, disabled - Caregiving
  40. My grandpa has dementia...: parent, father, money, Medicaid - Caregiving
  41. Guardianship what can go wrong - Caregiving
  42. Solutions For Compassion Fatigue In Nursing Homes?: money, aging, facility - Caregiving
  43. Dad moved but....: facility, mother - Caregiving
  44. Moving to help my Dad - or not?: child, parent, father - Caregiving
  45. Being Totally Responsible for Another Adult Human Being: parent, spouse, relative - Caregiving
  46. What good is a successor trustee: parent, money, power of attorney - Caregiving
  47. End of life care and family strife: child, parent, father - Caregiving
  48. New Old Age (NYT): parent, aging, Medicare, New York - Caregiving
  49. foreign caregiver for elderly grandma in WA: grandmother, family, mother - Caregiving
  50. Gut feeling I'm going to need to move away from my Folks (would rather not!): child, parent - Caregiving
  51. taking care of my mom: adult, money, power of attorney, aging - Caregiving
  52. Certified Senior Advisors: parent, money, Medicaid, friend - Caregiving
  53. Elder Financial Abuse, Medical Care Neglect: child, adult, father, money - Caregiving
  54. about Social Security and Caregiving.: money, family
  55. ALF Residents kept too long: assisted, aging, friend, facility - Caregiving
  56. Is This Good By ?: parent, friend, family - Caregiving
  57. caregiving from far away?: child, adult, parent, spouse
  58. new to the forum: money, friend, dementia, family - Caregiving
  59. With nurses at risk of compassion fatigue, hospitals try to ease their stress: Washington - Caregiving
  60. A woman held a fake wedding for her dying father: child, parent - Caregiving
  61. Thinking ahead to the future, and it is not a pretty picture.: child, adult - Caregiving
  62. what are my obligations towards my mom???: child, adult, money - Caregiving
  63. What to tell Dad about moving? What to tell Mom?: father, senior - Caregiving
  64. Pushing people Away?: child, parent, spouse, father - Caregiving
  65. Getting A Loved One Into A Facility: child, money, Medicaid - Caregiving
  66. Live-In Help: adult, parent, spouse, money - Caregiving
  67. Dementia who are very demanding: senior, friend, facility, family - Caregiving
  68. Can music promote healthy aging?: adult, senior, friend, dementia - Caregiving
  69. Assisted Living for Under 55: adult, parent, father, relative - Caregiving
  70. Making communities dementia-friendly does not have to cost a lot of money or take a lot of time.: senior, mother - Caregiving
  71. Several Questions- Am i doing this right: child, parent, father - Caregiving
  72. adult diapers for overnight.: parent, father - Caregiving
  73. Things You May Need To Know...: child, parent, money, Medicaid - Caregiving
  74. Risks and benifits of taking coumadi. Dr wants to discuss if grandfather should stop taking it.: facility, dementia - Caregiving
  75. Length of Time You Visit When a Loved One is in Hospital?: child, adult - Caregiving
  76. Having Once Been a Stunningly Beautiful Woman . . .: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  77. Is my Grandpa Crazy Or Am I OverReacting?: parent, father, relative - Caregiving
  78. Ten Things Physicians and Should: parent, father, senior - Caregiving
  79. Need advice for roomate with ALS: friend, Iowa - Caregiving
  80. Selling my grandfathers condo. Do I tell him or not?: money, relative - Caregiving
  81. Visit Grandma or not??: spouse, grandmother, facility, dementia - Caregiving
  82. Lack of planning on your part shouldn't constitute an emergency on my part!: child, adult - Caregiving
  83. Looking for suggestions ....: child, adult, parent, father - Caregiving
  84. Still hanging in there: parent, father, friend, siblings - Caregiving
  85. Couple of questions about fathers Alzhimers: child, parent, spouse, grandmother - Caregiving
  86. Mom is terminally ill and dad is pouting: child, parent, father - Caregiving
  87. Stealing from Stroke Victim: child, adult, father, money - Caregiving
  88. Does health insurance pay for caregivers?: child, adult, Medicaid, disabled - Caregiving
  89. Need a place to get it all out: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  90. I am exhausted from being nice to my Mother-in-law!!: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  91. My father is demanding I quit my job to take care of him and my mom: child, adult - Caregiving
  92. Hospital Nurses, great, others not thorough: parent, spouse, father - Caregiving
  93. Mom has died: facility, dementia, family - Caregiving
  94. Phones: money, senior, power of attorney, assisted - Caregiving
  95. Using Walkers in the Rain?: senior, assisted, friend, family - Caregiving
  96. Nursing Home Admittance: father, money, assisted, aging - Caregiving
  97. How to deal with mom who is seemingly mentally ill?: adult, siblings - Caregiving
  98. One caution about hospice: friend, payment, Medicare - Caregiving
  99. A woman's work is never done: parent, money, family - Caregiving
  100. Do you expect your children to be your caregivers? {Return on investment of your children}: adult, parent - Caregiving
  101. Long Term Care Insurance: Caregiver Thoughts: child, money, relative, Medicaid - Caregiving
  102. Why Are Nursing Homes Still Insistent On Same-Sex Roommates?: adult, disabled, friend - Caregiving
  103. A Grrrrrrrrrr day: relative, friend, mother - Caregiving
  104. Uncooperative Parent (LONG): child, father, money, Medicaid - Caregiving
  105. doing the right thing: child, adult, parent, spouse - Caregiving
  106. Early Onset Dementia/Alzheimers: adult, father, in home, assisted - Caregiving
  107. Post Op Open Heart Surgery & L-VAD pump: aging, Medicare, facility - Caregiving
  108. Do you think the person you are caring for has a moral right to know a bad prognosis?: adult, parent - Caregiving
  109. I am 25 with elderly, sick parents. I feel very overwhelmed and need help!: child, adult - Caregiving
  110. A venting ..: child, parent, spouse, father - Caregiving
  111. Vent. Where does a caregiver find support if relative does not want to share that he is disabled?: child, adult - Caregiving
  112. I hate myself for feeling like this: child, adult, Medicaid - Caregiving
  113. Returning to work after caregiving: child, spouse, Medicaid, waiver
  114. Hospice and misunderstandings: spouse, aging, grandmother - Caregiving
  115. Trying to keep them as independent as ...: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  116. Incontinence-Urine Odor: adult, aging, friend, dementia - Caregiving
  117. Brother in NY, I'm in Chicago..memory problems, power of attorney?: money, aging - Caregiving
  118. Caregiving for Parents Became a Career: child, adult, relative, senior
  119. Using care.com as a resource in hiring ...: parent, in home - Caregiving
  120. What to write on FMLA Form: father, dementia, mother - Caregiving
  121. living with a diabetic in denial: spouse, father, friend, family - Caregiving
  122. I'm not a good daughter: child, parent, Medicaid, senior - Caregiving
  123. My dad fell this morning and I called 911: father - Caregiving
  124. How to manage Mom and Dad's money?: parent, spouse, father - Caregiving
  125. Mom loses her license: parent, father, friend, family - Caregiving
  126. Taking care of mom/dad decision.: child, parent, spouse, father - Caregiving
  127. They took care of you so it's your turn to take care of them,: child, adult - Caregiving
  128. Advice on how to help sister with cancer (in another state): parent, assisted - Caregiving
  129. Mother with Alz. dementia threatening suicide if she stays in assisted living.: child, relative - Caregiving
  130. I have to take my 73 yr old mom to Cardiologist Heart Arrhythmia: parent, money - Caregiving
  131. Caring for aging Mother or Graduate School?: money, relative, senior - Caregiving
  132. Parents smell like Mold/Mildew: child, adult, senior, friend - Caregiving
  133. Sundowner Syndrome: child, adult, parent, spouse - Caregiving
  134. Nanny (Elderly) Cams: money, in home, assisted, siblings - Caregiving
  135. Life and Death in Assisted Living on Frontline tonight: parent, father - Caregiving
  136. Visit the dieing, while you still can.: child, parent, spouse - Caregiving
  137. Nursing home closing and the law: parent, relative, Medicaid, Medicare - Caregiving
  138. Nursing home making mom leave: relative, Medicaid, handicapped, Medicare - Caregiving
  139. Can an Alzheimer's patient revoke their power of attorney because they don't want to live in an ALF?: adult, parent - Caregiving
  140. Cousins work together to clear out elderly aunts house. Teamwork and Caring go hand in hand.: child, parent - Caregiving
  141. Mom with dementia, in assisted living demanding to come home.: child, father - Caregiving
  142. How to initiate conversation with elderly parent on bathroom cleanliness: child, father - Caregiving
  143. Caregivers: How do you handle toileting your loved ones in a public place?: parent, father - Caregiving
  144. Your Thoughts - To Visit Patient Or Not - Family Acting Funny/Rude: child, parent - Caregiving
  145. Have you learned anything?: child, parent, father, Medicaid - Caregiving
  146. Heart attack at age 96.: relative, assisted, grandmother, facility - Caregiving
  147. Are they pushing home health out?: parent, money, Medicaid, senior - Caregiving
  148. Emotionally Abusive Stepfather: child, adult, parent, siblings - Caregiving
  149. Who do I contact?: money, assisted, facility - Caregiving
  150. 90 year-old mom refuses to eat. What do I do?: child, adult, spouse - Caregiving
  151. Memory impaired mom just won't allow us to administer her meds: father, assisted - Caregiving
  152. Advice on Father's Post Stroke Care Situation: child, adult, relative - Caregiving
  153. Move? 91yr mother/dementia in nursing home: child, father, Medicaid - Caregiving
  154. Nursing Home/Assisted Living: Private Pay or Medicaid?: parent, money, relative - Caregiving
  155. Dementia- Aricept: relative, assisted, siblings, family - Caregiving
  156. of you who have cared for your elderly parents - what do you suggest as a great elder care plan to put in place?: father, money - Caregiving
  157. walked into a nightmare: child, adult, parent, money - Caregiving
  158. Goodbye is so sudden: child, parent, payment, facility - Caregiving
  159. Mom and Dad need to think about a nursing home but: child, adult - Caregiving
  160. Dad wants to allow mom-who has dementia and cancer- drive: child, parent - Caregiving
  161. Hired a caregiver and now what??: father, money, friend, dementia - Caregiving
  162. What should I do about my mother?: child, adult, father - Caregiving
  163. OK, we have 2 nice ladies lined up to assist/help: child, adult - Caregiving
  164. Visited my elderly neighbor today.: child, parent, father, money - Caregiving
  165. Dementia: money, friend, family, mother - Caregiving
  166. Hiring Private Caregiver: Plus, Minus, Taxes, Salary: parent, father, money - Caregiving
  167. I used to go visit people in a retirement home....: child, parent - Caregiving
  168. Grandpa is slowly dying in another country: father, relative, grandmother - Caregiving
  169. Moving to help parents: child, adult, spouse, father - Caregiving
  170. Adult Services I never heard of this stuff...: child, parent, father - Caregiving
  171. Need a place to vent: father, disabled, friend, family - Caregiving
  172. UPDATE: Getting Mom's House Ready to Sell (long, long, long): parent, disabled - Caregiving
  173. Moved my grandfather into a memorey care facility today :(: child, parent, assisted - Caregiving
  174. long-term care information needed...: adult, parent, money, relative - Caregiving
  175. Hospice: father, Medicaid, assisted, - Caregiving
  176. When a loved one dies: child, parent, spouse, father - Caregiving
  177. The Dying Elephant In The Room: adult, spouse, money, friend - Caregiving
  178. MIL - Still functional but early-stage Alzheimers/Dementia: parent, spouse, relative - Caregiving
  179. Involuntary or Reluctant Caregiving: child, parent, money, relative
  180. How much do CNA`s charge for sitter/caregiver?: parent, money, relative - Caregiving
  181. Nursing Home Thefts by Staff: child, father, money, relative - Caregiving
  182. Legal liability for neglect/abandonment of elderly parent: child, adult, money - Caregiving
  183. And Just Like That, Everything Changed: assisted, grandmother, friend, facility - Caregiving
  184. Choosing Assisted Living Facilities: money, relative, senior, in home - Caregiving
  185. The Plan to move Mom to a LTCF: parent, senior, facility - Caregiving
  186. How to avoid becoming a burden: child, adult, parent, father - Caregiving
  187. NEW DOL regs affect family caregivers: father, relative, payment, mother - Caregiving
  188. Trying to settle Mom into the new LTCF: parent, friend, facility - Caregiving
  189. How do you deal with an eldetrly parent who needs constant assistance: spouse, father - Caregiving
  190. Going to see lawyer... what questions should i ask?: child, parent, father - Caregiving
  191. HOW To Move An Elderly Person to Assisted Living/Memory Care: child, parent - Caregiving
  192. She's back...........: child, parent, father, money - Caregiving
  193. help. This is all so confusing to me. 85 yr old grandfather helath declining fast.: child, adult - Caregiving
  194. Should've Had Kids?: child, adult, parent, dementia - Caregiving
  195. Feeling Helpless While Doing All You Can...: child, parent, money - Caregiving
  196. Money Man: family - Caregiving
  197. An interesting look at Taxes in CT - Caregiving
  198. Alzheimers Diary - Caregiving
  199. Triangle Caregiver's Conference - 6/17 & 6/24 - Caregiving
  200. Do I take care of mom or me or both? - Caregiving