Tag: Caregivers & Caregiving

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How Can You Support a Loved One Who Lives in Memory Care?

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Caring for a family member is both rewarding and challenging. However, when that care involves someone with a memory-related illness, the dynamics of caregiving often shift, presenting unique obstacles and uncertainties for the entire family. A transition to memory care is often necessary as dementia progresses, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still be a […]

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Music and Dementia: How to Create a Playlist for Someone You Love

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Music is a universal language that transcends cultural and linguistic boundaries and is equipped with the power to evoke emotions and memories. For individuals living with dementia, it can be a lifeline by offering solace, stimulating cognitive function, and providing a conduit for communication when words fail. As a memory care provider in Tennessee, our […]

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Navigating Senior Care: What to Do When You Can No Longer Serve as Caregiver

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Caring for an aging family member is a deeply personal and rewarding journey but can also present challenges. As time goes on, there may come a point when you realize that you can no longer provide the level of care your loved one needs and deserves. This could be due to a variety of factors […]

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When is it Time for Senior Living in Tennessee?

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Deciding if senior living is right for you or someone you love and when it’s time to make this change are crucial and personal decisions involving various factors. Fortunately, Tennessee offers several senior living options, from independent living and assisted living to memory care and skilled nursing communities.

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How to Support a Parent or Family Member Recovering After Surgery

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Surgery can be physically and emotionally challenging, especially for older adults, and the recovery process can be long and sometimes complicated. Some individuals may be in a rush to return to their routine by pushing their bodies too hard, too fast, and actually delay the recovery process.

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Preventing and Recognizing the Signs of Caregiver Burnout

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The Pavilion Senior Living shares the signs of caregiver burnout and what you can do to prevent it.

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Tips for Success: Essential Qualities of a Family Caregiver

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The Pavilion Senior Living team shares tips and describes a day in the life of a family caregiver.

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Practicing Self-Care & Avoiding Caregiver Burnout

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The Pavilion Senior Living team shares ways to practice self-care and avoid caregiver burnout.

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What Do You Do When Mom and Dad Have Different Senior Care Needs?

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The Pavilion Senior Living shares what to do when your mom and dad require different levels of care.