Navigating the responsibilities of caregiving can be challenging. As a caregiver, you focus much of your energy on your loved one’s needs. Spending your days managing meals, helping your loved one stay safe and comfortable, and supporting them emotionally during this time is important work. Below are some resources we have compiled to help you as you care for your loved one.
When your seriously ill loved one comes home from the hospital, it can be overwhelming, especially if you have never been a caregiver before. Caring for someone at home can include anything from helping administer medicine to assisting with meal prep, laundry, and bathing. Whatever level of care you provide, we can help provide insight and guidance as you manage your new normal.
If you are providing care for a loved one, you are not alone. The 2020 Caregiving in the U.S. report from AARP and the National Alliance for Caregiving found that 41.8 million adults in the United States are caregivers for individuals ages 50 and above. Below are articles with helpful information about providing care for a loved one at home.
Caring for a family member or loved one can be a deeply meaningful experience. However, the everyday demands of caregiving can also take a toll on your physical, mental, and emotional reserves. Finding the support you need to keep going can make all the difference.
Traditions Health continues to expand across the country to offer access to quality care to those in need. As we expand, we remain committed to the same values on which we were founded—prioritizing patient-focused, compassionate care while building strong relationships in the communities we serve.