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  1. Dementia patient and recurring falls-what to do?: adult, parent, facility - Caregiving
  2. But, I still recognize him! from a fellow caregiver): child, adult - Caregiving
  3. Online study about the quality of life of caregivers of with dementia - Caregiving
  4. Austen's guide to elder care - Caregiving
  5. Unable to find nursing care in underserved rural area? -- a that may help: family, mother - Caregiving
  6. Identifying resources for long-distance support: child, father, senior, in home - Caregiving
  7. New products for caregivers: adult, parent, senior, friend - Caregiving
  8. Would the absence of empathy be an insurmountable obstacle for a prospective caregiver?: child, adult - Caregiving
  9. Need advice for catching my mentally ill Dad: father, money - Caregiving
  10. good ALC facility that takes medicaid in Wilmington NC ?: parent, father - Caregiving
  11. Caring for yourself: adult, parent, father, - Caregiving
  12. son with development disability 38 years old: father, Medicaid, waiver, family - Caregiving
  13. Does this situation qualify as a family?: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  14. Assisted Living Facility/Rehab Northern NJ: mother - Caregiving
  15. Trouble with my Dad's disability: father, money, disabled, payment - Caregiving
  16. Sweet Respite: senior, friend, family, mother - Caregiving
  17. Happy New Year caregiving forum: child, adult, parent, father
  18. Sandwich generation and coping with the adjustment: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  19. Article in Scientific American Mind: family - Caregiving
  20. The Rush Manual for Caregivers - 116 Pages of - Alzheimer's: family - Caregiving
  21. Care for the Caregivers: child, parent, father, money - Caregiving
  22. How much to charge for babysitting for a weekend?: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  23. Craiglist: child - Caregiving
  24. Men caregiver: father, facility - Caregiving
  25. 4-Year-Old Boy Battles Terminal Memory-Sapping Disease With Vow To ‘Live Today, Hope For Tomorrow’: money - Caregiving
  26. Assessment for Placement - Cost?: adult, parent, Medicaid, assisted - Caregiving
  27. How do i cash a check to my brother's intestate estate without being an executor?: child, parent - Caregiving
  28. Wishing everyone a day of peace: family - Caregiving
  29. This is just a favorite poem of mine and I think all caregivers should read: child, father - Caregiving
  30. Help! My Grandmother sometimes has her moments and screams politically incorrect and racially insensitive things: dementia - Caregiving
  31. Beware new AMAZON phishing emails: money, family - Caregiving
  32. Ever Had A Loved Or Hated One Legal'd Out Of A Facility?: spouse, relative - Caregiving
  33. SNH - liability for broken bones due to falls: parent, Medicaid, senior - Caregiving
  34. Dementia transitioning: adult, parent, father, money - Caregiving
  35. Book Recommendation: Being Mortal by Atul Gawande: child, adult, senior - Caregiving
  36. The 4 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Medicaid Home Care: parent, money, Medicare - Caregiving
  37. Does memory care equal a nursing home for medicaid?: parent, assisted, aging - Caregiving
  38. caregiving: parent, spouse, father, money
  39. All my other worries may be moot...chronic renal impairment: parent, father - Caregiving
  40. Good smartphone for elderly person with deficits: parent, family, mother - Caregiving
  41. An open letter to a horrible disease: parent, father, dementia - Caregiving
  42. Low income, where to begin?: child, adult, parent, spouse - Caregiving
  43. Long term memory care in Prescott/Phoenix: assisted, facility, mother - Caregiving
  44. Nursing Home Evictions - trend article link: money, Medicaid, Medicare - Caregiving
  45. Options for this situation?: child, adult, parent, spouse - Caregiving
  46. Shower safety advice needed: friend, Medicare - Caregiving
  47. - Power of Attorney: child, parent, father, disabled - Caregiving
  48. Worth fighting for hospice and medical transportation in rural areas?: child, spouse - Caregiving
  49. Social Security Scam: parent, payment, Medicare - Caregiving
  50. Need a care giver for my dad in Miami: aging, disabilities, friend - Caregiving
  51. Shoulder Replacement: friend, family - Caregiving
  52. help - need information: Medicare, family - Caregiving
  53. What do I do now? (Adult Family Home or?): child, parent, money - Caregiving
  54. Father Suddenly No Appetite: adult, parent, relative, assisted - Caregiving
  55. Meals on Wheels charges???: parent, money, senior, in home - Caregiving
  56. Can you help me learn to deal with the angry lashing out?: child, adult - Caregiving
  57. of us just can't do it all: adult, parent, spouse - Caregiving
  58. Long shot but I'll try: money, in home, family, California - Caregiving
  59. Ideas for inexpensive elderly gifts?: father, senior, friend, facility - Caregiving
  60. MIL is 92 years old and still restless...: child, parent, spouse - Caregiving
  61. Chat Adventures in Caregiving: parent, money, assisted, friend
  62. Spinal Fusion: spouse, facility, dementia, mother - Caregiving
  63. Need to Get to Daughter: father, money, relative, power of attorney - Caregiving
  64. I think I'm going crazy ... [MERGED]: child, disabled, grandmother, friend - Caregiving
  65. Being a full-time caregiver of disabled young wife.: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  66. Now the anger and guilt sets in...: child, father, money - Caregiving
  67. Spouse having surgery soon, questions about ramps, used durable medical equipment: mother - Caregiving
  68. Involuntary Move to Assisted Care: adult, parent, father, Medicaid - Caregiving
  69. Stuck at home as only caregiver (provider): child, parent, spouse - Caregiving
  70. A Difficult Parent: father, money, senior, power of attorney - Caregiving
  71. He's gone...: father, dementia, family, mother - Caregiving
  72. thoughts on this caregiving situation?: child, parent, spouse, father
  73. An observation during a caregiver support group. The differences between the very same words.: child, adult - Caregiving
  74. What can you do for fun if you use a cane and have fallen a lot?: child, adult - Caregiving
  75. Odd feeling: father, mother - Caregiving
  76. Getting medical records: father, power of attorney, family - Caregiving
  77. There is a beautiful side to grief: child, parent, father - Caregiving
  78. Elderly parent who lives out of state: child, adult, father - Caregiving
  79. Best way to transistion spouse into assited living/memory care facility.: child, adult - Caregiving
  80. News, Boy in Hospital Dies in Santa's Arms After Receiving Early Christmas Present.: child, parent - Caregiving
  81. What happens if someone is unable to care for a disabled family member?: adult, money - Caregiving
  82. Caregiving compensation opinions: money, Medicaid, Medicare, dementia
  83. My Observations on Dementia so far: parent, friend, mother, Oregon - Caregiving
  84. Assisted Living Facility Questions: child, adult, parent, Medicaid - Caregiving
  85. Easy Death or Hard Death?: relative, Medicare, family, mother - Caregiving
  86. Medical transport FL to NY: father, money, family, mother - Caregiving
  87. Mom is moving in: spouse, money, senior, power of attorney - Caregiving
  88. I've got nobody to turn too ..advice would be great.: child, parent - Caregiving
  89. Millennial Caretakers?: child, adult, parent, relative - Caregiving
  90. Helping my parents in their final years: child, spouse, father - Caregiving
  91. Fighting for independence.: child, adult, father, money - Caregiving
  92. Services For Adults With Developmental Disabilities?: child, parent, money, Medicaid - Caregiving
  93. Dementia/Alzheimers: parent, senior, friend, family - Caregiving
  94. Sundown syndrome: parent, senior, handicapped, aging - Caregiving
  95. Pressure sore treatment for back: money, Medicare, family, mother - Caregiving
  96. Better ways to help people/volunteer: adult, money, senior, friend - Caregiving
  97. Do Nursing Homes Kill People Intentionally?: father, money, Medicaid, power of attorney - Caregiving
  98. Are there options to seek help if someone disabled needs 24 hour care but they were denied medicaid in their state?: money, senior - Caregiving
  99. Sometimes living independently at home really isn't: child, parent, father - Caregiving
  100. I appreciate the positivity and support of the regulars: parent, family - Caregiving
  101. How to deal with Mom..: adult, parent, father, money - Caregiving
  102. Moaning: parent - Caregiving
  103. Hospice Often Unnecessarily Prolongs Death: adult, parent, relative, assisted - Caregiving
  104. Trip home to assess - new developments.: parent, spouse, father - Caregiving
  105. Unbelievable turn of events: parent, friend, facility - Caregiving
  106. Hopeful for change: child, adult, money, Medicaid - Caregiving
  107. having Mom move in as last resort?: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  108. Call from FIL: child, relative, family, Maine - Caregiving
  109. Craigslist caregiver won't leave: adult, parent, money, friend - Caregiving
  110. Don't understand payment for nursing facility: money, Medicaid, Medicare, mother - Caregiving
  111. What to do - father-in-law, bad dementia, violent...: adult, money, disabled - Caregiving
  112. Navigating through gnarly waters when loved ones need our help (or they need ours): child, adult - Caregiving
  113. Exhausted helping manage mothers bills: child, parent, money, power of attorney - Caregiving
  114. bring in a relative from overseas to be a caregiver?: adult, parent - Caregiving
  115. Read that Hospice kills: father, money, relative, assisted - Caregiving
  116. Back to the frigid North -- we were just there 12 days ago: relative, friend - Caregiving
  117. Remeron for Depression and Appetite: senior - Caregiving
  118. Good news update on husband with dementia & TBI: Maine - Caregiving
  119. Did your family relationships change after caregiving was done?: parent, spouse, friend
  120. Update on both parents and extended family stuff: child, adult, father - Caregiving
  121. Freaky Caregiver/Patient Accident: senior, assisted, aging, - Caregiving
  122. Should i force my mother to get a colonoscopy?: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  123. I wasn't prepared to deal with the parent's anger: child, spouse, father - Caregiving
  124. Seizures are Scary: parent, dementia, family, mother - Caregiving
  125. Me and being stupid: child, senior, grandmother, family - Caregiving
  126. On our way, possibly to say goodbye: parent, relative, friend - Caregiving
  127. Gift idea, for someone ill and hospitalized a lot?: relative, friend - Caregiving
  128. Adult Daughter of a Dysfunctional Caregiver: child, parent, father, money - Caregiving
  129. Mom's House now mom is in a Memory Care Unit: child, money - Caregiving
  130. What can ask others to do!!!: parent, money, relative - Caregiving
  131. New Adventure in Caregiving!(hip replacement): aging, friend, facility, family
  132. Aunt with dementia - adivce, questions, getting stuff out there: adult, parent - Caregiving
  133. Overcoming personal depression: parent, senior, in home, aging - Caregiving
  134. Hallucinations are out of control...: father, dementia, mother - Caregiving
  135. One O'clock Fall: parent, father, assisted, - Caregiving
  136. And we have a diagnosis.: child, adult, spouse, father - Caregiving
  137. Pushing too far: parent, money, relative, disabled - Caregiving
  138. Caregiving begins for my husband: parent, aging, dementia
  139. How to Shop for a Nursing Home?: parent, father, money - Caregiving
  140. Not sure what to do now wth dementia husband: child, adult, spouse - Caregiving
  141. The seven deadly emotions of caregiving: friend, family, mother
  142. Looking for bed rails: senior, assisted, facility, dementia - Caregiving
  143. Will/should a Neuropsychologist (or another doctor) change a report is there are numerous errors?: payment, mother - Caregiving
  144. My husband has announced he is running away from home: relative, aging - Caregiving
  145. I talked with mom about Hospice today: child, parent, relative - Caregiving
  146. I'm not doing enough: facility, family - Caregiving
  147. They only try therapy once and give up on you?: parent, money - Caregiving
  148. Neurological visit: child, adult, father, senior - Caregiving
  149. This is the 15th year of our struggle: parent, money - Caregiving
  150. Situation has escalated: child, parent, father, friend - Caregiving
  151. Venting My Frustration Over Food and Medicine: child, adult, father - Caregiving
  152. Update on my mother: child, parent, father, senior - Caregiving
  153. I'm going to stop hassling my MIL about eating: senior, family, mother - Caregiving
  154. MIL Falling for Internet Scams: child, adult, parent, money - Caregiving
  155. At a complete loss..: child, adult, parent, father - Caregiving
  156. Disputing Medical Bills (Urgent): adult, father, money, relative - Caregiving
  157. Dumped on, and now the real estate taxes went up: child, adult - Caregiving
  158. Am I Crazy?: father, power of attorney, payment, mother - Caregiving
  159. Caregiving for mentally ill father: child, parent, money, relative
  160. Dementia after Surgery: parent, spouse, senior, Medicare - Caregiving
  161. My Last Update: family, mother - Caregiving
  162. Do Most People Not Want to Think of NH: dementia - Caregiving
  163. Books to read aloud: family - Caregiving
  164. Caregivers: The Silent Majority in the 2016 Election: child, parent, friend - Caregiving
  165. Widower care: adult, parent, father, Medicaid - Caregiving
  166. Elderly Father Driving With Monovision: spouse, senior, dementia, family - Caregiving
  167. Continuing Saga & on Husband (with dementia/TBI): adult, relative, friend - Caregiving
  168. How to convince them to allow hospice: parent, relative, friend - Caregiving
  169. Parents moving in, plus Hospice: child, father, relative, grandmother - Caregiving
  170. Agency for in-home Personal Assistance; realistic expectations?: parent, senior, family - Caregiving
  171. Memory Issue: child, adult, parent, spouse - Caregiving
  172. My dad started hospice today...: parent, father, facility, family - Caregiving
  173. Advice on dentures for person with dementia, implant vs. regular bottom dentures: adult, father - Caregiving
  174. Should an adult child be expected to move to care for parent?: money, relative - Caregiving
  175. Putting my husband in hospice - Advice !!: father, friend, Medicare - Caregiving
  176. trying to help uncooperative relative with memory issues?: child, adult - Caregiving
  177. Update, Need Feedback On What I Said: child, senior, friend - Caregiving
  178. How do I get him to bathe more regularly?: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  179. So very sad today: parent, assisted, aging, dementia - Caregiving
  180. about blood pressure: father, relative, senior, aging - Caregiving
  181. stubborn and resistant caretaker, how to deal?: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  182. What should I have mom spell out?: adult, parent, father - Caregiving
  183. How do feel about nursing homes?: child, adult, parent, spouse - Caregiving
  184. Constant Guilt?: child, adult, parent, relative - Caregiving
  185. Preparing for long-term care: child, parent, money, relative - Caregiving
  186. Advice for college student - independent caregiving: child, adult, parent
  187. Yesterday was a bad day for me while visiting Mom. Am sad still: child, dementia - Caregiving
  188. Neglected Homes and Hoarding: child, adult, parent, father - Caregiving
  189. Exciting (and scary) news at our house -husband with dementia & TBI and daughter is moving away.: adult, spouse - Caregiving
  190. Dad is sick and mom doesn't take care of him: child, adult - Caregiving
  191. Dad's checking out of hosp, now mom and dad are off to assisted living: parent, family - Caregiving
  192. Uber or taxi service for quadriplegic?: child, parent, senior, assisted - Caregiving
  193. Husband (with dementia/TBI) back in hospital with lung infection.: adult, aging - Caregiving
  194. Conversations with old people: parent, father, money, dementia - Caregiving
  195. went through!: parent, Medicaid, facility, family - Caregiving
  196. My husband has announced he is running away from home: family - Caregiving
  197. Rec for Memory Care, Glenview, Il area?: relative - Caregiving
  198. Are you an adult caring for your parent? Help us develop a better measure!: child, family - Caregiving
  199. A great dementia video with Teepa Snow - Caregiving
  200. A friend's husband: parent, father, dementia, family - Caregiving