5 Tips for Caregivers to Take Care of Themselves Too
"I care for my 100-year-old mom, and here's how I've learned to take care of myself too." - Elluz Peraza
How to Support a Friend with Breast Cancer
According to the American Cancer Society, for women, the three most common cancers are breast, lung and colorectal. Together, they account for one-half of all cases, with breast cancer alone accounting for 30% of new cases. Odds are you know a friend with breast cancer... here's how you can offer support.
How to Develop Care Plans to Help Both Older Adults and Caregivers
Developing and maintaining a care plan will help you balance both your life and that of the person to whom you are providing care.
How to Create a Lifelong Plan for Your Adult Child with Special Needs
Complicated planning can be simplified with the right support services.
How to Manage a Chronic Illness in the Summer Heat
High temperatures and long-term sun exposure can worsen side effects for some chronic conditions.
7 Lifesaving Tips to Prevent Stroke and Stroke-Related Disability
Stroke is a leading cause of death and serious long-term disability. But you can reduce your risk with lifestyle changes.
20 Exceptional Mother’s Day Gifts for Moms with and without Disabilities
While mothers deserve to be praised every day, Mother’s Day, of course, lends itself to the occasion. Here are Mother’s Day gift ideas for exceptional mothers with and without disabilities...
American Legion Auxiliary Addresses the Needs of Caregivers Supporting Military & Veterans
May is Military Appreciation Month! American Legion Auxiliary is a longstanding organization supporting active military families and veterans.