Caregivers are at high risk for burnout, loneliness and stress, but support networks can help them better manage the challenges they face.
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Dana is a social worker and mother of an autistic child, making her a familial and occupational caregiver. Dana found respite with Hope Grows.
George's mother was diagnosed with a rare form of dementia. George found the support he needed as a caregiver through Hope Grows.
While sometimes difficult to achieve, practicing mindfulness can build harmony in your life, helping you relax & live in the present moment.
Lynn's father was affected by a number of illnesses. Lynn found support during caregiving and aftercare support through Hope Grows’ programs.
As people age, their homes can become a source of safety hazards. Caretakers can help by applying these tips to make an elderly home safe.
Annie’s husband has FTD, which greatly changed their relationship. Annie now finds support of her own through Hope Grows’ programs.
Many experienced a rough 2020, but a new year allows us to reassess, learn to “live the dance” and create the best possible path forward.
Caregivers may experience stress and loneliness while caring for loved ones. Gardening is an effective way for nature to help you feel better
Caregivers lead busy lives taking care of the needs of others, but it’s important to find the time to incorporate wellness into your routine