How to Share Caregiver Responsibilities

Caregiving can present many challenges for families, especially if your family lives in multiple locations. If one person is local, they might naturally take on more of the day-to-day caregiving, but there are important ways that everyone can help, no matter where they live. It’s National Family Caregiver Month, so we’re sharing some helpful tips […]

Planning for Long-Term Care

Approximately two out of every three Americans will need help with activities associated with daily living at some point in their lives. You can’t know whether you’ll need long-term care but planning ahead allows you to make important decisions. An unexpected injury, accident, or illness can cause your needs to suddenly change. If you have […]

HIPAA and Caregiver Rights

More than 53 million Americans are unpaid caregivers for family, friends, and neighbors. Nearly one third of adult caregivers are providing assisting to someone with a mental illness. Knowing what to do when your loved one is experiencing a mental health crisis can be tough. You’re concerned about them, want to know what is happening, […]