If you or the person you care for qualify for Medicare, here's what you need to know about picking a plan. Enrollment happens from Oct. 15 to Dec. 7 every year.
Here we list the most common types of doctors that caregivers should know about.
A former caregiver answers common caregiver questions about long-term care insurance.
Medicare and Medicaid two government-sponsored healthcare programs that have specific eligibility requirements based on age and income.
Important, yet oftentimes overlooked, tips for managing our digital assets.
Although convenience is important, it turns out the level of care can worsen as the workday progresses.
Pharmacists can be a trusted resource in supporting the care of your loved one.
Palliative care aims to improve the quality of life for those living with serious illness.
We asked caregivers to explain their access to and utilization of caregiver training resources, classes, and programs.
Here are three steps you can take to advocate for the person in your care when restrictions are placed on hospital visits.
What you need to know about health care privacy.
It's common to worry about annoying a doctor or taking up too much of their time. A former caregiver shares how to get the most out of an appointment.
These social and recreational activities get people active in their communities and provide respite opportunities for caregivers.