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Our passion is simplifying caregiving for you and your loved ones. We want to help you to stress less and enjoy more quality time together. Our goal with this blog is to give you information and tools that will help you do exactly that!

Quality Family Time

Quality Family Time

Life gets crazy sometimes and between the day-to-day tasks of caregiving, managing work, school, kids, and their schedules, it can be easy to let quality time with family slide amidst the chaos.

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Expressing Gratitude for Caregivers

Expressing Gratitude for Caregivers

At one point or another in each of our lives, we’ll need someone to help give us care. It could be after the birth of a child, during a period of illness, or simply as we continue to age.

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Caregiving is hard. We can help.

Caregiving is hard. We can help.

In early 2021, my husband’s job moved us out of state for the next few years. Although the change is exciting, I came face to face with many of the logistical challenges that caregivers across the country face

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4 Fun Spring Activities for Seniors

4 Fun Spring Activities for Seniors

It’s finally spring (yay!)—the air is warming, the grass is growing, flowers are out, and the long winter is wrapping up. Spring has always been one of my favorite times of the year, and many of my favorite memories of spring have been spent with my grandparents.

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Exercise for Seniors: Top Benefits & 3 Easy Workouts

Exercise for Seniors: Top Benefits & 3 Easy Workouts

It’s no surprise that physicians recommend maintaining an active lifestyle as we age. Regular exercise benefits seniors and older adults by strengthening their immune system, boosting their mood, and improving their overall health.

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How to Get Support as a Family Caregiver

How to Get Support as a Family Caregiver

More than 20% of Americans act as caregivers for family or friends, and many don’t ask for help. Common myths about caregiving often make those serving as caregivers feel isolated, stressed, and misunderstood.

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Helping Seniors with Technology: 3 Easy Tips

Helping Seniors with Technology: 3 Easy Tips

Once you’ve helped your loved one select their new device, spend time with them getting comfortable with the new technology. Make sure you ask what they’re curious about learning, rather than teaching them what you think they should learn.

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