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Aug 15
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Oaks - August 2 Blog

What Apps Can Help Manage a Family Caregiver's Responsibilities?

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 4 minute read

There is a lot involved in being a family caregiver. You care for an older parent or relative, while likely juggling responsibilities in your personal life, such as your career and a family of your own. During times of stress, it can be easy to overlook certain tasks and let responsibilities slip.

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May 15
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Your Spouse Has Alzheimer's: Now What?

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 6 minute read

It hits you like a ton of bricks. “I’m sorry, but your husband/wife has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.” You have been noticing for a while that he or she is forgetful, or that he or she seemed confused when doing tasks that they had done forever, like making dinner, but you never expected this.

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Apr 15
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Medication Safety Protecting the Senior in Your Life

Medication Safety: Protecting the Senior in Your Life

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 3 minute read

As we grow older, health conditions can arise that can lead to an uptick in the number of medications we need to manage them. With the number of prescriptions growing, it can be challenging to keep track of it all. This could lead to missed doses, mixing up medications, or other serious issues.

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Jan 15
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How Respite Care Can Benefit Caregivers

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 8 minute read

Caring for a loved one is extremely gratifying and fulfilling, but it can also be mentally and physically draining. Millions of Americans will undertake the responsibilities of informal caregiving this year alone. With the trend growing, Oaks Senior Living wants to ensure family caregivers know their options.

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Jan 01
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Tips & Advice for a New Family Caregiver

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 3 minute read

Being a family caregiver is very rewarding, and while it isn’t always easy, knowing you’re helping someone you love can make it worthwhile. The responsibilities of a family caregiver can be overwhelming at times, and it’s important to find a balance to be able to provide the highest level of care.

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Dec 01
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Maintaining Caregiver Health and Avoiding Caregiver  Burnout

Maintaining Caregiver Health and Avoiding Burnout

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 2 minute read

Being a caregiver for a parent or loved one shows compassion and an unrivaled level of appreciation. However, it’s important to note that caregiver health is just as important as the recipient of care.

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May 15
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Enhancing the Caregiver Journey

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 3 minute read

While on the caregiving journey, many caregivers begin to feel exhausted and overwhelmed due to the high amount of energy required to care for a loved one. There are a variety of options that are available to senior caregivers that can provide relief, but it’s also essential for you, as the caregiver, to have the full capability of providing the care your loved one needs.

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Sep 01
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Senior Living Services to Embrace A Person-Centered Lifestyle

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 3 minute read

At Oaks Senior Living, we are changing the way the world views aging by focusing on providing people-centric senior living services. It is essential to us that we customize the life experience in every one of our communities. Our mission is to acknowledge personal choice regardless of age. We want to provide all seniors with a sense of purpose and celebrate uniqueness. We know firsthand the importance of meaningful relationships. If you have an older parent, you also understand how they still have their own likes, strengths, and deserve to be valued for who they are.

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Jul 15
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How to Stay Positive in Caregiving

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 3 minute read

Staying positive in a caregiving environment does not always come easy. When you are taking care of an older loved one, there is a lot of pressure that comes along with helping an adult. If your older loved one has Alzheimer’s or dementia, it can be incredibly frustrating at times. When you let these emotions take over, it can lead to caregiver burnout. If you emit negativity, it can also affect the people around you. If someone you care for is not at 100% health, responding in a mean or negative way can have serious implications. Luckily, there are various ways to combat your nerves and keep your emotions in check.

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Feb 01
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Reasons to Pay for Respite Care

Posted by Oaks Senior Living | 3 minute read

To care for a loved one is a beautiful and empowering thing to do. Those individuals who can make time to be a caregiver are some of the most reliable people. However, it can also be time-consuming and at times a bit of a challenge. For some caregivers, it can be even more of a problem to admit when they need to take a short break. Unfortunately, according to the Commonwealth Fund 60% of caregivers surveyed are shown to have reduced health or a chronic medical condition, as compared to 33% of individuals who were not caregivers. This statistic highlights the usefulness of respite care and why it is very much worth consideration.

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