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Checklists for Caregivers (Free)

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Ideas & Checklists for New Years Resolutions - for Caregivers and Seniors
December 31, 2013 Posted by Editor
Ideas & Checklists for New Years Resolutions - for Caregivers and Seniors

UPDATED: This article is updated from an article that appeared on HelpingYouCare® on December 31, 2012. Happy New Year! Now is the exhilarating time for a new beginning -- the time to make New Years resolutions for the coming year! Have you tho...

Free Caregiving Tips & Resources for National Family Caregivers Month from Parkinson Foundation
October 30, 2013 Posted by Editor
Free Caregiving Tips & Resources for National Family Caregivers Month from Parkinson Foundation

As part of National Family Caregivers Month - November, 2013 - the National Parkinson Foundation has announced that it will offer Free Caregiving tips and resources during the entire month of November. On the NPF Facebook page, the Foundation will p...

Tips & Facts to Help You Celebrate a Happy, Meaningful & Safe Fourth of July!
July 3, 2013 Posted by Editor
Tips & Facts to Help You Celebrate a Happy, Meaningful & Safe Fourth of July!

As we all know, Independence Day, the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday in the United States.  It is a day on which we celebrate the founding and independence of our nation.  The Declaration of Independence, declaring independence from the Kingdo...

Helpful Organizing Tips for Caregivers
March 12, 2013 Posted by Senior Editor
Helpful Organizing Tips for Caregivers

Here are a few useful apps that can organize all of your elderly loved one's documents. Evernote (note taking service), an app that saves information, web pages, notes, and attachments across all your devices. Includes a great search function. A...

Tips on Keeping Food & Water Safe During Emergencies, Circulated by HHS
October 31, 2012 Posted by Editor
Tips on Keeping Food & Water Safe During Emergencies, Circulated by HHS

As Hurricane Sandy was preparing to strike New Jersey and New York on October 29, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) circulated a bulletin on how to prepare for, and keep your food and water safe during, emergencies. The HHS Bu...

Tropical Storm Isaac Puts Spotlight on Hurricane Preparedness
August 25, 2012 Posted by Editor
Tropical Storm Isaac Puts Spotlight on Hurricane Preparedness

As Tropical Storm Isaac approaches Florida, with Hurricane warnings in effect for much of Florida's West coast, government authorities are urging all citizens to prepare, and are focusing attention on government resources available to help you prepare ...

Tips to Celebrate a Safe and Happy Fourth of July and Enjoy the Outdoors Safely
July 4, 2012 Posted by Editor
Tips to Celebrate a Safe and Happy Fourth of July and Enjoy the Outdoors Safely

This Fourth of July will be the 236th birthday of the United States of America. To help you celebrate safely, the U.S. Government has posted a number of resources at USA.gov, the U.S. government's official web portal, and on other government websites....

Govt News Bulletin Gives Preparation & Safety Tips for Summer Weather Emergencies
June 21, 2012 Posted by Editor
Govt News Bulletin Gives Preparation & Safety Tips for Summer Weather Emergencies

The U.S. Government today circulated a news bulletin from its official website, USA.gov, advising of a number of new or expanded resources on how to prepare for and stay safe in a Summer weather emergency. Today is the first full day of Summer in th...

May 27 through June 2 declared National Hurricane Preparedness Week
May 25, 2012 Posted by Senior Editor
May 27 through June 2 declared National Hurricane Preparedness Week

May 27 through June 2 has been declared as 2012 National Hurricane Preparedness Week, the National Hurricane Center has announced. Hurricane Season each year officially begins June 1 and runs through the end of November, according to the National Weat...

New AHRQ Initiative: Questions are the Answer For Better Doctor-Patient Communication
September 21, 2011 Posted by Editor
New AHRQ Initiative: Questions are the Answer For Better Doctor-Patient Communication

On Tuesday, September 20, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' (HHS), along with the Ad Council, a non-profit organization, launched a new Questions are the Answer initiative ...

Emergency Preparedness For Seniors and Caregivers
August 23, 2011 Posted by Senior Editor

Some helpful resources in times of earthquakes, hurricanes and other disasters: See information on emergency preparedness for older Americans from Ready.gov/America The National Weather Service’s National Hurricane Center also offers helpful ti...

Hurricane Preparedness For Seniors and Caregivers
July 12, 2011 Posted by Senior Editor

If you or your senior loved one live in a coastal area, have you taken the advisable steps to prepare in advance for a Hurricane? If an evacuation order were given, have you planned how and where your elderly parent would evacuate? The U.S. Centers ...

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10 Warning Signs Your Senior Family Member May Need Help, Issued by HHS Eldercare Locator
April 30, 2013 Posted by Editor
10 Warning Signs Your Senior Family Member May Need Help, Issued by HHS Eldercare Locator

The Eldercare Locator, a service of the Administration on Aging, part of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), has issued a list of 10 Warning Signs Your Older Family Member May Need Help in the home. "Any one of the following be...

Alzheimer's Caregiving Tips for Dealing with Aggressive Behavior Issued by National Institute on Aging
March 27, 2013 Posted by Editor
Alzheimer's Caregiving Tips for Dealing with Aggressive Behavior Issued by National Institute on Aging

The National Institute on Aging (NIA), part of the National Institutes of Health, has recently issued a tipsheet for Alzheimer's caregivers on Coping with Agitation and Aggression. As the tipsheet points out, agitation and aggressive behavior ar...

Helpful Organizing Tips for Caregivers
March 12, 2013 Posted by Senior Editor
Helpful Organizing Tips for Caregivers

Here are a few useful apps that can organize all of your elderly loved one's documents. Evernote (note taking service), an app that saves information, web pages, notes, and attachments across all your devices. Includes a great search function. A...

CDC Advises on Flu Prevention; Reports on Flu Epidemic Sweeping Nation
January 11, 2013 Posted by Editor
CDC Advises on Flu Prevention; Reports on Flu Epidemic Sweeping Nation

According to the latest Seasonal Flu Surveillance (FluView) Report, issued today by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), "the United States is having an early flu season with most of the country now experiencing high levels of inf...

Tips on Keeping Food & Water Safe During Emergencies, Circulated by HHS
October 31, 2012 Posted by Editor
Tips on Keeping Food & Water Safe During Emergencies, Circulated by HHS

As Hurricane Sandy was preparing to strike New Jersey and New York on October 29, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) circulated a bulletin on how to prepare for, and keep your food and water safe during, emergencies. The HHS Bu...

Tropical Storm Isaac Puts Spotlight on Hurricane Preparedness
August 25, 2012 Posted by Editor
Tropical Storm Isaac Puts Spotlight on Hurricane Preparedness

As Tropical Storm Isaac approaches Florida, with Hurricane warnings in effect for much of Florida's West coast, government authorities are urging all citizens to prepare, and are focusing attention on government resources available to help you prepare ...

Govt News Bulletin Gives Preparation & Safety Tips for Summer Weather Emergencies
June 21, 2012 Posted by Editor
Govt News Bulletin Gives Preparation & Safety Tips for Summer Weather Emergencies

The U.S. Government today circulated a news bulletin from its official website, USA.gov, advising of a number of new or expanded resources on how to prepare for and stay safe in a Summer weather emergency. Today is the first full day of Summer in th...

May 27 through June 2 declared National Hurricane Preparedness Week
May 25, 2012 Posted by Senior Editor
May 27 through June 2 declared National Hurricane Preparedness Week

May 27 through June 2 has been declared as 2012 National Hurricane Preparedness Week, the National Hurricane Center has announced. Hurricane Season each year officially begins June 1 and runs through the end of November, according to the National Weat...

New AHRQ Initiative: Questions are the Answer For Better Doctor-Patient Communication
September 21, 2011 Posted by Editor
New AHRQ Initiative: Questions are the Answer For Better Doctor-Patient Communication

On Tuesday, September 20, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' (HHS), along with the Ad Council, a non-profit organization, launched a new Questions are the Answer initiative ...

Study Finds Medical History Key to Correct Diagnosis
August 12, 2011 Posted by Editor
Study Finds Medical History Key to Correct Diagnosis

A new study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, a journal of the American Medical Association, found that patients' medical history "emerged as the key element in formulating correct diagnosis" of medical conditions. This obviously has ...

Hurricane Preparedness For Seniors and Caregivers
July 12, 2011 Posted by Senior Editor

If you or your senior loved one live in a coastal area, have you taken the advisable steps to prepare in advance for a Hurricane? If an evacuation order were given, have you planned how and where your elderly parent would evacuate? The U.S. Centers ...

Can a Patient Know Too Much? Are You Annoying Your Doctors?
July 7, 2011 Posted by Editor
Can a Patient Know Too Much?  Are You Annoying Your Doctors?

Recently controversy has swirled around a website, QuantiaMD, which provides a physician-to-physician educational presentation entitled, "Managing the Difficult Patient." This controversy has raised questions about how patients can make the most const...

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Checklists on In-Home Care:

10 Warning Signs Your Senior Family Member May Need Help, Issued by HHS Eldercare Locator
April 30, 2013 Posted by Editor
10 Warning Signs Your Senior Family Member May Need Help, Issued by HHS Eldercare Locator

The Eldercare Locator, a service of the Administration on Aging, part of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), has issued a list of 10 Warning Signs Your Older Family Member May Need Help in the home. "Any one of the following be...

Stop the Spread of Viruses and Germs at Home
January 15, 2013 Posted by Senior Editor
Stop the Spread of Viruses and Germs at Home

EDITOR'S NOTE: This article and video are updated from an earlier version that appeared on HelpingYouCare® October 9, 2011. They contain important health and prevention reminders which are particularly relevant as we currently face a widespread flu e...

Tips on Keeping Food & Water Safe During Emergencies, Circulated by HHS
October 31, 2012 Posted by Editor
Tips on Keeping Food & Water Safe During Emergencies, Circulated by HHS

As Hurricane Sandy was preparing to strike New Jersey and New York on October 29, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) circulated a bulletin on how to prepare for, and keep your food and water safe during, emergencies. The HHS Bu...

Exercise & Home Modification Most Effective to Prevent Falls in Seniors, New Study Finds
September 18, 2012 Posted by Editor
Exercise & Home Modification Most Effective to Prevent Falls in Seniors, New Study Finds

New research published September 12 in The Cochrane Library has found that of several fall-prevention methods studied, exercise including strength and balance training was most effective in reducing the risk of falling for seniors. Modifications o...

New Resources on Hospital to Home Transition Featured on National Library of Medicine Site
August 29, 2012 Posted by Editor
New Resources on Hospital to Home Transition Featured on National Library of Medicine Site

"Many older adults do not successfully make the transition home well and end up returning to the hospital. In fact, one in five Medicare patients are readmitted to a hospital within 30 days after discharge," according to a new Guide on planning for Ho...

National Safety Month Focuses on Preventing Slips, Trips & Falls among Older Adults
June 4, 2012 Posted by Editor
National Safety Month Focuses on Preventing Slips, Trips & Falls among Older Adults

June has been designated "National Safety Month," an annual observance sponsored by the National Safety Council (NSC), a non-profit organization, "to increase awareness of the top causes of preventable injuries and deaths and to encourage safe behavior...

May 27 through June 2 declared National Hurricane Preparedness Week
May 25, 2012 Posted by Senior Editor
May 27 through June 2 declared National Hurricane Preparedness Week

May 27 through June 2 has been declared as 2012 National Hurricane Preparedness Week, the National Hurricane Center has announced. Hurricane Season each year officially begins June 1 and runs through the end of November, according to the National Weat...

Yearly Checklist for Assessing Elderly Health
December 5, 2011 Posted by Senior Editor

Geriatric health experts say a good place to start in assessing elderly health is weight.  A weight gain or loss is something to be addressed with a doctor (especially if the reason for the gain or loss is not known). Other elderly health considerati...

New Tool Issued by HHS to Help Reduce Medication Errors
May 22, 2011 Posted by Editor
New Tool Issued by HHS to Help Reduce Medication Errors

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), has released a new tool to help consumers reduce medication errors -- a revised booklet, with detachable wallet-sized card, entitled: “Your Medic...

FDA Issues Tips for Caregivers on Medication Management
May 5, 2011 Posted by Editor
FDA Issues Tips for Caregivers on Medication Management

On May 4, 2011 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued Ten Tips for Caregivers on How to Prevent Accidental Overdose from Over-The-Counter (OTC) liquid medications, at the same time as the Agency released guidelines to OTC drug companies, ai...

Checklists of What to Look For and Ask Long-Term Care Providers & Professionals
November 17, 2010 Posted by Editor

Checklists provided by GetCare.com. Multiple checklists in printable PDF format, to help you know what to look for and what to ask several different types of providers of long-term care services, including providers of: In-Home Care: Home ...

In-Home Care Agency: What to Ask
November 16, 2010 Posted by Editor

A printable checklist by AARP on questions to ask in evaluating home health care agencies. Includes several questions under the categories: Services Know the Staff Costs and Quality. In-Home Care Agency: What to Ask.

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Checklists on Care Facilities:

Medicare Announces Changes to Nursing Home Compare Tool
December 13, 2011 Posted by Editor
Medicare Announces Changes to Nursing Home Compare Tool

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), part of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), has recently announced changes to its Nursing Home Compare tool which will take effect in 2012. The current nursing home quality meas...

Caregiverlist - Search Tool to Find & Compare Nursing Homes & Their Costs
October 17, 2011 Posted by Editor
Caregiverlist - Search Tool to Find & Compare Nursing Homes & Their Costs

Caregiverlist.com offers a Nursing Home search tool combined with a "Star Rating Service" for family caregivers, which allows you to search for nursing homes by State and County, by zip code, or by name, and find a list with a comparison of nursing hom...

Checklists of What to Look For and Ask Long-Term Care Providers & Professionals
November 17, 2010 Posted by Editor

Checklists provided by GetCare.com. Multiple checklists in printable PDF format, to help you know what to look for and what to ask several different types of providers of long-term care services, including providers of: In-Home Care: Home ...

Checklist For Consumers And Prospective Residents | Assisted Living Facilities
November 15, 2010 Posted by Editor

Choosing An Assisted Living Residence:  A Consumer’s Guide A Checklist For Consumers And Prospective Residents When you are looking for an assisted living or residential care setting for yourself or a loved one, here is a checklist provided by...

Making the Transition to Nursing Facility Life: Coping with the Transition
October 30, 2010 Posted by Page Editor

This checklist by the American Health Care Association (AHCA), a non-profit organization, helps seniors and family caregivers with making and coping with the transition to nursing facility life. It provides tips on planning ahead, and a checklist of...

Nursing Home Checklist
October 3, 2010 Posted by Editor
Nursing Home Checklist

Nursing Home Checklist from Medicare.gov.  Helpful resource in selecting a nursing home for your elderly loved one.  Helps you know what questions to ask, and keep track of the information you collect on each potential facility, in an organized m...

Assisted Living: What to Ask
September 21, 2010 Posted by Editor

Assisted Living: What to Ask. A Checklist and worksheet by AARP. Helps you know what questions to ask, and record and organize the information you gather when visiting and evaluating potential assisted living facilities for your senior loved one. Pr...

Nursing Homes: What to Ask
September 21, 2010 Posted by Editor

Nursing Homes: What to Ask. Checklist by AARP.

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Use our CareHelpFinder™ tools to help you Find Senior Housing & Care Facilities for your senior loved one.

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Checklists on End Of Life Care:

Checklists of What to Look For and Ask Long-Term Care Providers & Professionals
November 17, 2010 Posted by Editor

Checklists provided by GetCare.com. Multiple checklists in printable PDF format, to help you know what to look for and what to ask several different types of providers of long-term care services, including providers of: In-Home Care: Home ...

Hospice: What to Ask
September 21, 2010 Posted by Editor

Hospice: What to Ask. Checklist by AARP.

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Checklists on Legal & Financial Issues:

You Can Negotiate Lower Prices for Health Care, New Reports Suggest
April 9, 2012 Posted by Editor
You Can Negotiate Lower Prices for Health Care, New Reports Suggest

Several new reports have indicated that, facing rising healthcare costs and high-deductible health insurance or no insurance, patients and consumers are increasingly negotiating lower medical bills directly with their doctors, hospitals, and other heal...

Legal and Financial Issues for People with Alzheimer’s Disease: A NIA Resource List
November 30, 2011 Posted by Editor
Legal and Financial Issues for People with Alzheimer’s Disease: A NIA Resource List

The National Institute on Aging (NIA), part of the National Institutes of Health, under the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), provides a useful resource list with excerpts and links to multiple sources of information on Legal and Financ...

Retirement and Long-Term Care Planning Tools
September 24, 2011 Posted by Editor
Retirement and Long-Term Care Planning Tools

What can you do as a Baby Boomer and family caregiver to secure your retirement future against the threat of rising health care and long-term care costs? Here are some links to information that may be helpful to you on long-term care planning, re...

Health Care Costs to Increase by 5.8% Per Year, CMS Projects; Baby Boomers Worry About Long-Term Care
July 29, 2011 Posted by Editor
Health Care Costs to Increase by 5.8% Per Year, CMS Projects; Baby Boomers Worry About Long-Term Care

A new report, from the Office of the Actuary at the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) in Baltimore, and published in the journal HealthAffairs on July 28, 2011, projects that overall U.S. health care costs will grow at an average rate of ...

Eight Tax Tips for Caregivers
February 14, 2011 Posted by Editor

Tax tips for Caregivers from a tax attorney, including brief tips on the following eight topics: Claiming a Dependent Dependent Care Credit Deduction Qualifying Criteria Multiple Support Agreement State Deductions and Credits Home M...

A Checklist of Some Legal Issues for Seniors and Their Family Caregivers
November 25, 2010 Posted by Editor
A Checklist of Some Legal Issues for Seniors and Their Family Caregivers

© 2010 by Constance R. Barnhart Attorney At Law View/ Print as a PDF Document Following is a checklist of some of the legal issues that may arise for seniors and their family caregivers. For each of these issues that may apply to you, you shou...

Checklists of What to Look For and Ask Long-Term Care Providers & Professionals
November 17, 2010 Posted by Editor

Checklists provided by GetCare.com. Multiple checklists in printable PDF format, to help you know what to look for and what to ask several different types of providers of long-term care services, including providers of: In-Home Care: Home ...

Legal Issues in Planning for Incapacity
October 27, 2010 Posted by Editor

Legal Issues in Planning for Incapacity, Family Caregiver Alliance. Checklist of things to be considered, options available for managing assets, and ways to plan and pay for long-term care. »View Details

Caregiver’s Checklist
October 5, 2010 Posted by Senior Editor

A caregiver checklist of medical, legal and financial concerns for someone diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Read more from the Area Agency on Aging>>>

Legal and Financial Planning for People with Alzheimer’s Disease
September 26, 2010 Posted by Editor

Legal and Financial Planning for People with Alzheimer’s Disease, Fact Sheet by the Alzheimer’s Disease Education & Referral (ADEAR) Center, a Service of the National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health ...

Eldercare: Caregiving, Nursing Home, Medicaid, Living Wills – A Checklist
September 26, 2010 Posted by Editor

Eldercare: Caregiving, Nursing Home, Medicaid, Living Wills, by Rocco Beatrice, C.P.A. A general discussion and checklist of financial and legal issues for family caregivers of the elderly. »View details: Eldercare Caregiving, Nursing Home, Medicai...

National Institute on Aging — Age Page: Getting Your Affairs in Order
September 26, 2010 Posted by Editor

National Institute on Aging — Age Page: Getting Your Affairs in Order, National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. A 6 page fact sheet, providing a checklist of important legal matters to ...

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2 comments to Checklists for Caregivers (Free)

  • Rosemarie Rivera

    Es la primera vez que visito esta página me parece muy buena, los felicito son de gran ayuda a las personas de la tercera edad y familiares. Mi pregunta si hay alguna agencia publica o privada que pueda ayudar a una persona encamada mayor de edad en cuanto al cuidado en el hogar o a un costo reducido en el estado de la Florida especificamente en Ovido.
    De existir estaria agradecida si me pueden enviar informacion al email. Gracias.

  • Muchas gracias por tu comentario, Rosemarie.

    Con respeto a tu pregunta: Para buscar agencias que puedan ayudar a una persona encamada mayor de edad en cuanto al cuidado en el hogar, primero se puede repasar los recursos que se hallan en nuestra pagina:

    Find Home Health Care & Private Duty Aides.

    También, se hallen eslabones a recursos públicos proveídos por el estado de la Florida aqui in nuestra pagina de Otros Recursos del – Government – State.

    Para saber si puedan calificar por ciertas programs especificas, como Medicaid, se necesita saber mas hechos especificos como el nivel de ingreso de la persona mayor encamada. Si tiene bienes y ingresos menor que el nivel maximo para calificar por ayuda bajo el programa Medicaid para personas de mayor edad, se puede aplicar por ayuda que pueda cubrir incluso el cuidado en el hogar o en una facilidad de cuidanza.

    Para empezar a consequir mas informacion sobre su posible calificacion para programas proveidos por el estado de Florida, se pueda contactar el programa “Senior Ombudsman” de Florida – o en su website – o por llamar a la oficina de Florida Senior Ombudsman en tu aeria. Creo que la oficina de Senior Ombudsman en Seminole County esta aqui:

    988 Woodcock Road, Suite 198
    Orlando, FL 32803
    (407) 228-7752
    Fax: (407) 228-7754
    Serving: Orange, Seminole, Brevard, & Osceola Counties

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