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  1. Financial planning r/t disabled spouse (40 y.o.): child, parent, money - Caregiving
  2. SSA representative payee: money, relative, disabled, dementia - Caregiving
  3. Elderly people's houses seized from under them: adult, senior, family - Caregiving
  4. Update on my niece's little boy---: child, money, family - Caregiving
  5. What to do with medical equipment (home hospital bed, wheelchair, when someone passes away?: money, senior - Caregiving
  6. I really need to talk about my father.: child, parent, money - Caregiving
  7. Travel or otherwise with very old frail person: child, parent, money - Caregiving
  8. Hell is freezing over in VA!: senior, facility, family, mother - Caregiving
  9. Caregiver Situation -- Update: parent, money, friend, payment - Caregiving
  10. MS stem-cell trials in the US: family - Caregiving
  11. Using Force To Get Someone Into Services: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  12. Guess I can't put it off longer.....: child, parent, father - Caregiving
  13. Help! I am babysitting for fam&idk what to charge..: parent, mother - Caregiving
  14. funding?: Medicaid, aging, waiver, payment - Caregiving
  15. Posted in Christianity forum, theft by religion scam: parent, money, family - Caregiving
  16. spiritual care board - Caregiving
  17. Watching over elderly siblings..: senior, aging, friend, dementia - Caregiving
  18. Nursing Home/ALF Direct Deposit: child, father, senior, grandmother - Caregiving
  19. Qualifying for Veterans Aid & Assistance: parent, father, Medicare - Caregiving
  20. Alzheimer's disease: A wife cares for a husband who forgot how to care: assisted, dementia - Caregiving
  21. Caregivers ... What Do You Use as a Room Monitor/Intercom?: mother - Caregiving
  22. Are all agencies merely referrals and don't employ helpers?: adult, parent - Caregiving
  23. Interesting, and odd, car insurance situation.: adult, spouse, money, facility - Caregiving
  24. travel insurance/out of pocket?: money, payment, family, mother - Caregiving
  25. Article on Alzheimer's - mistaken diagnoses: parent, father, aging, Medicare - Caregiving
  26. Does this sound like the end to you?: mother - Caregiving
  27. Friend with memory issues, now 600 miles from home: parent, assisted, aging - Caregiving
  28. What the heck was this about?: parent, family, Arkansas, Kansas - Caregiving
  29. Does barometric pressure affect dementia?: parent, friend, Florida - Caregiving
  30. Wireless Transmitter / Receiver For Table Lamps: dementia, mother - Caregiving
  31. Shared Housing?: relative, disabled, mother, Maine - Caregiving
  32. One big thing, one little thing: father, assisted, aging, facility - Caregiving
  33. New and need to share: child, parent, father, relative - Caregiving
  34. ALF Heating Issue with Room-Mate: adult, parent, money, assisted - Caregiving
  35. Medicare and fraud: parent, spouse, father, money - Caregiving
  36. power of attorney: child, adult, parent, aging - Caregiving
  37. Medicaid and life insurance: parent, money, payment, mother - Caregiving
  38. Ideas for making NH like home: assisted, friend, family, mother - Caregiving
  39. Dad's new toy: parent, father, family, mother - Caregiving
  40. move to an assisted-living facility in another state: father, money, Medicaid - Caregiving
  41. Feeling really frustrated... - Caregiving
  42. CdPap?: Medicaid, friend, mother, Georgia - Caregiving
  43. Nurse recommends medication: adult, parent, father, friend - Caregiving
  44. Competent for POA, but not competent to qualify for disability?: father, power of attorney - Caregiving
  45. Sad Journey — PTSD of Dealing with Mom’s Dementia: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  46. Mom has probable dementia and incontinence: adult, parent, father, money - Caregiving
  47. Does have a problem accepting respite care?: adult, relative, senior - Caregiving
  48. Caregiving with the caregivers losing their jobs.: adult, parent, father
  49. When Should I Start Visiting?: friend, facility, dementia, Maine - Caregiving
  50. for advice...: child, parent, father, money - Caregiving
  51. VA Benefits for Caregiving!: child, parent, spouse, father
  52. Remote patient monitoring: assisted, friend, facility, family - Caregiving
  53. My worst fear was realized...: child, parent, father, senior - Caregiving
  54. Absolute Refusal for AL or otherwise: parent, money, assisted, siblings - Caregiving
  55. For dealing with Dementia/Alzheimers family: parent - Caregiving
  56. People Who EXPECT You to Caregive (At Risk if Female)!: child, adult - Caregiving
  57. Tipping a Caregiver - agency and non-agency: parent, father, money - Caregiving
  58. Dad's giving me agita: father, money, friend, facility - Caregiving
  59. Who's A Great Problem Solver?: child, money, relative, senior - Caregiving
  60. Article about Abusive involuntary (3rd party) guardianship in NV: child, adult, spouse - Caregiving
  61. Dual-eligibility Medicare/Medicaid (in Texas): parent, father, money, senior - Caregiving
  62. Experiences with live-in help?: money, babysitting, family, mother - Caregiving
  63. Where to begin? Caregiving is like living on a deserted island.: parent, father
  64. Caregiving Is Important: child, adult, parent, father
  65. Help for mentally ill in Texas: parent, money, Medicaid, friend - Caregiving
  66. Has made use of a service dog?: friend, facility - Caregiving
  67. The importance of elderly peer friendships: spouse, father, relative, senior - Caregiving
  68. How can I help my parents?: child, Medicaid, friend, siblings - Caregiving
  69. FIL in adult living facility does not remember his wife has died: parent, father - Caregiving
  70. Writing on Clothes/Labels in Retirement or AFH Facilities: parent, assisted, facility - Caregiving
  71. Rebuilding your life after caregiving: child, parent, mother
  72. Restuarant bathroom assist options: father, relative, handicapped, disabled - Caregiving
  73. Friend in nursing home emailed me this - opinions?: money, Medicare - Caregiving
  74. Are You Old and Infirm? Then Kindly Disappear.: child, adult - Caregiving
  75. How much do they (90 yo) sleep?: adult, parent, father, friend - Caregiving
  76. 67 y/o healthy mother wants to stay at assisted living to recover after both knees replaced...: child, money - Caregiving
  77. POA: money, power of attorney, aging, disabled - Caregiving
  78. Try to keep my parents' house? Sell now? Later?: child, adult, father - Caregiving
  79. It must be such a relief that your parent is dead!: father, family - Caregiving
  80. tried Mexico?: child, relative, senior, assisted - Caregiving
  81. Contemplating options for MIL's care. Am I being selfish?: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  82. Suggestions for Stimulation - 90 yo limited mobility: child, dementia, California - Caregiving
  83. housekeeping, pets, dementia, how bad is this?: child, relative, family - Caregiving
  84. Are there co-pays with Medicaid?: money, aging, waiver, payment - Caregiving
  85. Planner For Pop?: assisted, friend, facility - Caregiving
  86. Two-Part about Dementia Patient: father, friend, facility, mother - Caregiving
  87. Has utilized Care.com to hire a caregiver or be hired as one?: child, adult - Caregiving
  88. NEMT services for a 900 mile move?: father, relative, Medicaid, assisted - Caregiving
  89. Transportation Problems...Again: father, relative, Medicaid, aging - Caregiving
  90. Vulnerable female neighbor refuses to face facts: adult, spouse, money - Caregiving
  91. Caregiving issues - difficult parent?: child, adult, money, power of attorney
  92. Proceed with Caution !: child, parent, father, senior - Caregiving
  93. Doctor told 49-year-old mom she might have Alzheimer's?: Medicaid, power of attorney, aging - Caregiving
  94. How did the holidays go?: parent, father, relative, babysitting - Caregiving
  95. Getting Mom a State ID Card: adult, money, assisted, facility - Caregiving
  96. how to shave an invalid's face?: dementia - Caregiving
  97. What are the criteria for discharge from hospital?: money, aging, - Caregiving
  98. What in the ?: father, money, family, mother - Caregiving
  99. The long goodbye- is now coming to an end: child, parent, father - Caregiving
  100. 76 y.o. father refuses to see doctors - need advice: adult, parent - Caregiving
  101. Moved to Care For Parent With Parkinson's: child, adult, father - Caregiving
  102. Wants to leave assisted living...: child, parent, father, Medicaid - Caregiving
  103. Sleeping and Losing Time: child, parent, father, dementia - Caregiving
  104. Caregiving vs Rehab?: parent, friend, facility, dementia
  105. Would Adult Protective Services be for a neighbor with dementia?: child, parent - Caregiving
  106. Parents in ALF upset that they not allowed to go out by themselves: friend, dementia - Caregiving
  107. Power of Attorney, difficult people, taking care of ourselves: parent, money, friend - Caregiving
  108. Mother in Memory Care-Would iike to visit: parent, father, assisted - Caregiving
  109. I don't want to take care of my mother-in-law: father, money, Medicaid - Caregiving
  110. Frustrated, tired, angry - mother left rehab to come home after 2 days: relative, in home - Caregiving
  111. Grandfather and Alzheimer's: child, parent, power of attorney, assisted - Caregiving
  112. Mom Bounces Like a Rubber Ball: parent, father, money, facility - Caregiving
  113. What should I have done?: child, adult, parent, father - Caregiving
  114. Moving Mom: child, adult, parent, father - Caregiving
  115. Does POA do anything in this case?: parent, father, money - Caregiving
  116. My caregiving days are over now.
  117. Should I ask DR for feeding tube for elderly mother?: parent, dementia - Caregiving
  118. Hospice for hubby - Caregiving
  119. She's gone: parent, friend, family, mother - Caregiving
  120. Funeral Home Experiences from Abysmal on Down: father, friend, facility - Caregiving
  121. have experience with conjestive heart failure/leg swelling: father, mother - Caregiving
  122. uninvolved family members wanting to dictate: parent, father, money, relative - Caregiving
  123. help finding caregivers in DFW: money, senior, mother - Caregiving
  124. Mom-Refuses in-home care and/or assisted living: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  125. How do you encourage someone to adapt when they don't want to?: aging, friend - Caregiving
  126. Walk-in tubs?: aging - Caregiving
  127. for who moved away from their parents...: child, father, money - Caregiving
  128. Long term caregiving and PTSD: child, adult, parent, father
  129. 84 an 85-year-old parents moved to independent living - mom wants to move back to house: child, adult - Caregiving
  130. Medicare through Humana PPO: Medicaid - Caregiving
  131. Mother Died (Update on Previous: parent, father, relative, assisted - Caregiving
  132. Medicare Home Health: father, senior, disabled, Texas - Caregiving
  133. What's left to do?: parent, father, money, senior - Caregiving
  134. cannot believe the audacity: child, parent, dementia - Caregiving
  135. Is Giggling a sign of pre dementia?: father, - Caregiving
  136. Coping with stubbornness (rant): parent, relative, friend, family - Caregiving
  137. Dementia: parent, father, friend - Caregiving
  138. The very small world of caregiving: child, parent, spouse, babysitting
  139. Jobs for a wife or advice for her if she welcomed our newborn? I want to prepare: child, parent - Caregiving
  140. Annoyed by your adult kids? Take a stand.: child, parent, money - Caregiving
  141. Looks like it's going to happen!: father, money, senior - Caregiving
  142. Wanting to leave nursing home AMA: money, Medicaid, senior, Medicare - Caregiving
  143. Getting parent to agree to be evaluated (cognitive issues): adult, facility, dementia - Caregiving
  144. Best tools for dealing with vomiting in a vehicle - Caregiving
  145. Medicaid 5 year lookback: money, aging, siblings, payment - Caregiving
  146. C Diff in Elderly - Lack of Care or Neglect by Hospital: child, adult - Caregiving
  147. dementia or just old age?: parent, aging, mother - Caregiving
  148. Air travel with elderly person: father, handicapped, aging, disabled - Caregiving
  149. Heart Healthy Meals: friend - Caregiving
  150. Caregiver Issue: parent, father, money, friend - Caregiving
  151. Elder abuse and coercion: parent, spouse, father, relative - Caregiving
  152. How old to go to a nursing home or assisted living?: Medicaid, disabled - Caregiving
  153. managing anger at destruction and advantage-taking: child, adult, parent, father - Caregiving
  154. What's a fair wage for live-in caregiving?: child, money, relative
  155. Memor issues equal dementia?: aging, friend, mother - Caregiving
  156. parents fighting at ALF: assisted, facility, dementia, family - Caregiving
  157. What exactly is the legal responsibility for parent's safety?: child, adult, father - Caregiving
  158. No Euthanasia: assisted, family - Caregiving
  159. Would home health care cover this? - Caregiving
  160. Paying extra for state provided homecare aide?: father, money, disabled - Caregiving
  161. Ideas for Getting Pop to A Respite Facility?: child, parent, father - Caregiving
  162. Forwarding Mail from Assisted Living: friend, Medicare, facility, family - Caregiving
  163. How long would you provide caregiving to your child?: adult, parent, father
  164. Is there privacy at assisted living facilities?: adult, parent, father - Caregiving
  165. Should I give home care aide keys to the house?: friend, family - Caregiving
  166. Had the Come-To-Jesus Talk With Pop Today...: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  167. The sad isolation that can engulf caregivers: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  168. Looking for a waterproof mattress pad that is waterproof on the sides, too.: assisted, Maine - Caregiving
  169. Article about parent who insists on driving: father, senior, friend - Caregiving
  170. parents moved to ALF and now want to move out :(: child, in home - Caregiving
  171. Deciding to bring Dad home...: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  172. Pop To ALF Today: assisted, friend, facility, dementia - Caregiving
  173. future problems with suing bad nursing homes: parent, spouse, money - Caregiving
  174. Drop parent off at door front and run: spouse, Medicaid, senior - Caregiving
  175. Is there such a thing as a half-way house for recovering alcoholics?: family, Washington - Caregiving
  176. Investigating options for Dad: father, money, Medicaid, assisted - Caregiving
  177. what must it be like to have dementia: aging, mother - Caregiving
  178. What Qualifies As Caregiver Abuse?: child, parent, father, relative - Caregiving
  179. MIL moving in.: spouse, money, Medicaid, senior - Caregiving
  180. The Doc that keeps crying wolf: child, adult, spouse, father - Caregiving
  181. Why are you on the Caregiving forum?: child, adult, parent
  182. Assisted living: money, dementia, family, Tennessee - Caregiving
  183. How did you approach conversation with parent to get tested for Alzheimer's?: father, assisted - Caregiving
  184. Proposed health care changes and Medicaid: child, parent, father, money - Caregiving
  185. doubts I had just got squelched...: parent, father, senior - Caregiving
  186. Do I just jettison my father's past?: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  187. providing caregiving to an abusive parent?: child, adult, father
  188. How does one die from being on life support?: Medicaid, power of attorney, disabled - Caregiving
  189. Dad in assisted living with Dementia and slipping fast: child, parent, father - Caregiving
  190. is a person being cared for at home and doing well: parent, money - Caregiving
  191. How do you as a caregiver cope?: child, adult, parent - Caregiving
  192. Nobody wants your parents' stuff: child, father, money, - Caregiving
  193. Compassion and Choices: child, parent, friend, dementia - Caregiving
  194. ALF Advice: parent, father, waiver, facility - Caregiving
  195. Help me figure out myself!: aging, dementia, family, mother - Caregiving
  196. At what point is a nursing home the better choice?: adult, parent - Caregiving
  197. How much do you protect someone with dementia from the truth?: father, friend - Caregiving
  198. What about declaring who need it incompetent?: child, parent, relative - Caregiving
  199. How and whom can you assign a Guardian and a POA?: child, adult - Caregiving
  200. BH&G Article - Caregivers Prep Guide - Caregiving