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Few bonds are as tight as those between sisters. But when one has paranoid schizophrenia, the relationship grows complicated.
A vital tradition is gaining steam as more families use the holiday gathering to discuss and document advance-care plans.
What being old and sick in America can mean — and ways to navigate the often treacherous journey through the system.
Patients with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias can say in advance if and when they want caregivers to stop offering food and fluids by hand.
Innovative CareMaps tool helps caregivers understand their roles and take steps to improve their lives.
Suit filed by advocates says California officials aren’t complying with federal Medicaid laws protecting spouses’ finances.
Almost 30 percent of patients leaving the hospital don’t want home health care services, which often leads to readmissions and other health issues.
Older adults who face an uncertain future reach out to trusted friends to guide them.
Tending to somebody you love who has a debilitating condition can be physically and emotionally overwhelming. Here are some tips and resources to help you stay strong.
Free, daylong sessions run by UCLA teach caregivers how to keep their loved ones safe and engaged, while minimizing the stress in their own lives. Similar programs exist in other states.