What is on this Site & Where:
Site at a Glance

Site Contents:

Participate in Our Support Groups/ Forums at:

Site Map

Monthly Archives

To enlarge or decrease the typeface on this website, hold down the Control key on your keyboard, while scrolling your mouse.

Subscribe

Subscribe to our Free Newsletter and e-mail updates:

Subscribe

Contribute Content

Write and contribute articles, posts or other content to this Site, or share links to useful information and resources you have found with the HelpingYouCare® Community. Read How…

Advertise With Us/ Sponsor this Site

If you find any broken links on this Site, we will appreciate your reporting them to us:

Report Broken Links

Follow us on Twitter

» @HelpingYouCare Helping Caregivers

» @AnswersForCare Information & Resources on Care

» @VoicesForCare
On Health Care Reform

Caregiver Self-Care, Stress Management & Survival Tips

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, 2013. Happy New Year! Now is the exhilarating time for a new beginning — the time to make New Years resolutions for the coming . . . → Read More: Ideas & Checklists for New Years Resolutions – for Caregivers and Seniors

Share

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 . . . → Read More: Free Caregiving Tips & Resources for National Family Caregivers Month from Parkinson Foundation

Share

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 . . . → Read More: Tips & Facts to Help You Celebrate a Happy, Meaningful & Safe Fourth of July!

Share

Tips to Stop Unsolicited Mail, Phone Calls and E-mail, issued by FTC

Is your mailbox full of junk mail? Are you tired of telemarketers bothering you or your senior loved one? Is your e-mail inbox filling up with spam e-mails that make it difficult for you to find the important . . . → Read More: Tips to Stop Unsolicited Mail, Phone Calls and E-mail, issued by FTC

Share

Baby Boomers Not as Healthy as Their Parents, New Research Finds

New research reported in the February 4 issue of JAMA Internal Medicine, a journal of the American Medical Association, has found that, “Despite their longer life expectancy over previous generations, U.S. baby boomers have higher rates of chronic disease, . . . → Read More: Baby Boomers Not as Healthy as Their Parents, New Research Finds

Share

Multitasking Does Not Work; If You Think You are Good at It, Your Personality May be Deceiving You, Study Suggests

A new study published January 23 in the medical journal PLOS One has found that whether you engage in multitasking has more to do with your personality than your actual ability to multitask. The study, conducted by researchers at . . . → Read More: Multitasking Does Not Work; If You Think You are Good at It, Your Personality May be Deceiving You, Study Suggests

Share

Harvard Releases New Report On Stress Management

Frequently late? Often angry or irritated? Unsure of your ability to do something? Overextended? Not enough time for stress relief? A new report by Harvard Medical School, Stress Management: Approaches for preventing and reducing stress, “can help you identify . . . → Read More: Harvard Releases New Report On Stress Management

Share

Happy Thanksgiving to You from HelpingYouCare®

As we gather with family to give thanks for our Blessings this Thanksgiving, let us all remember in gratitude our senior loved ones and their family caregivers, and the love they give and sacrifice and many contributions they make . . . → Read More: Happy Thanksgiving to You from HelpingYouCare®

Share

Be Aware of Health Frauds Online

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration warns consumers to be careful when buying medicine and other health products online. They advise that some websites sell medicine that may not be safe and could put your health at risk. They . . . → Read More: Be Aware of Health Frauds Online

Share

Signs That a Headache Could be Dangerous, Featured in Johns Hopkins Health Alert

In a Health Alert published October 17, 2012 by Johns Hopkins, Peter Goadsby, M.D., Ph.D., a neurologist who is director of the Headache Center at the University of California at San Francisco, lists some of the signs and symptoms . . . → Read More: Signs That a Headache Could be Dangerous, Featured in Johns Hopkins Health Alert

Share

Thank a Caregiver Week, Nov. 4-10, Sponsored by National Parkinson Foundation

The National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) has announced that, as part of observing National Family Caregivers Month in November, it will for the first time sponsor Thank a Caregiver Week during the week of November 4 through 10, 2012. “Caring . . . → Read More: Thank a Caregiver Week, Nov. 4-10, Sponsored by National Parkinson Foundation

Share

Mental Health Awareness Week & World Mental Health Day Educate About Depression

October 7-13 has been declared “Mental Illness Awareness Week” in the U.S.  This annual health observance to raise mental illness awareness was declared by an Act of Congress in 1990, to occur in the first full week of October . . . → Read More: Mental Health Awareness Week & World Mental Health Day Educate About Depression

Share

Perceived Stress Increases Risk of Heart Disease, Study Finds; Plus How to Handle Stress

A new analysis of studies involving 118,696 participants, conducted by Donald Edmundson, PhD, a professor at Columbia University Medical Center, and colleagues, has found that self-reported perceived stress was associated with a 27% higher risk of coronary heart disease . . . → Read More: Perceived Stress Increases Risk of Heart Disease, Study Finds; Plus How to Handle Stress

Share

Is Stress at Work Adding to Your Stress as a Family Caregiver?

Feelings of stress commonly arise out of the challenges of being a family caregiver. And, managing caregiver stress is a huge part of proper caregiver self-care. But, if you are also working outside the home, is stress at work . . . → Read More: Is Stress at Work Adding to Your Stress as a Family Caregiver?

Share

Healthy Aging® Month Focuses on Limitless Possibilities After Age 50

The month of September has been designated as Healthy Aging® Month, an annual health observance developed to help individuals think more positively about growing older, and take actions to promote their own physical, social, mental and financial well-being. The . . . → Read More: Healthy Aging® Month Focuses on Limitless Possibilities After Age 50

Share

Johns Hopkins Health Alert Features 8 Key Strategies to Protect Your Memory

A new Health Alert published by Johns Hopkins Medicine features 8 key strategies that the Johns Hopkins experts say can help preserve your memory and brain health. The Health Alert, entitled “How to Protect Your Memory and Brain Health,” . . . → Read More: Johns Hopkins Health Alert Features 8 Key Strategies to Protect Your Memory

Share

Can a Smile Reduce Stress?

A new study by scientists at the University of Kansas has found that a smile on your face – especially a genuine one using both mouth and eye muscles – may help lower heart rate after stressful activities. The . . . → Read More: Can a Smile Reduce Stress?

Share

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 . . . → Read More: Tips to Celebrate a Safe and Happy Fourth of July and Enjoy the Outdoors Safely

Share

Harvard Health Publishes Caregiver's Handbook

Harvard Health Publications of Harvard Medical School has published Caregiver’s Handbook: A guide to caring for the ill, elderly, disabled … and yourself, a basic introductory handbook to some of the topics and concerns faced by family caregivers. In . . . → Read More: Harvard Health Publishes Caregiver’s Handbook

Share

Memorial Day Health Message for Caregivers: Wellness Tips from the CDC

This Memorial Day, as we remember our loved ones who have gone on, including those who gave their lives in service of our country, let us resolve to honor their lives and the lives of those loved ones we . . . → Read More: Memorial Day Health Message for Caregivers: Wellness Tips from the CDC

Share

President Obama Delivers a Message of Hope & Inspiration to Women as Commencement Speaker at Barnard College

President Barack Obama delivered the commencement address at Barnard College, the women’s college affiliated with Columbia University, on Monday, May 14. His address focused on issues of particular importance to women, and he then challenged the women to “stand . . . → Read More: President Obama Delivers a Message of Hope & Inspiration to Women as Commencement Speaker at Barnard College

Share

Smart Phone Apps & Social Networking Help Lose Weight, Evidence Suggests

During a session at the 19th European Congress on Obesity in Lyon, France on Thursday, May 10, Dr. Robert Pretlow of the Research Institute, eHealth International in Seattle, Washington, presented evidence suggesting that social networking and new smart phone . . . → Read More: Smart Phone Apps & Social Networking Help Lose Weight, Evidence Suggests

Share

FDA Provides Resources for National Women's Check-Up Day - May 14 - and National Women's Health Week

May 14 is National Women’s Check-Up Day. The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HS), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and other federal agencies urge all women to have preventive health screenings and check-ups to care for . . . → Read More: FDA Provides Resources for National Women’s Check-Up Day – May 14 – and National Women’s Health Week

Share

Mother's Day Kicks Off National Women's Health Week, May 13-19, 2012

In a news release issued May 11, U.S. Secretary of Health & Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius, announced that Mother’s Day will begin the observance of National Women’s Health Week, which will run from May 13 through 19 this year. . . . → Read More: Mother’s Day Kicks Off National Women’s Health Week, May 13-19, 2012

Share

Alzheimer's Community Care Announces 2012 Alzheimer's Educational Conference May 31-June 1, 2012

Alzheimer’s Community Care (ACC), a non-profit organization, has announced that its 2012 Alzheimer’s Educational Conference, with Keynote speaker Dan Rather, will be held May 31 and June 1, 2012, at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in Palm Beach, . . . → Read More: Alzheimer’s Community Care Announces 2012 Alzheimer’s Educational Conference May 31-June 1, 2012

Share

Optimism & Positive Outlook May Help Prevent Heart Attack, New Study Finds

In a new study reviewing more than 200 studies published in two major scientific databases, researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) found that positive psychological well-being, including especially a sense of optimism, appears to reduce the . . . → Read More: Optimism & Positive Outlook May Help Prevent Heart Attack, New Study Finds

Share

Electronic Health Records Can Relieve Caregiver Stress; A Caregiver Tells Her Story

Cynthia Whisker, a social service coordinator who counsels families and seniors about how to handle the stress of caregiving for their loved ones, has herself become a caregiver for her husband. Her husband underwent both a liver transplant and . . . → Read More: Electronic Health Records Can Relieve Caregiver Stress; A Caregiver Tells Her Story

Share

New Survey Links Caregiver Stress to Unhealthy Behaviors & Chronic Disease

The American Psychological Association (APA) has released the updated results of its latest Stress in America™ survey. “Data from the latest Stress in America survey suggest that the concern about stress and health is especially critical among adults 50 . . . → Read More: New Survey Links Caregiver Stress to Unhealthy Behaviors & Chronic Disease

Share

Video: Tips on How to Care for Your Older Parent & Avoid Caregiver Burnout

While caring for an older parent can be one of the most rewarding experiences of a lifetime, it can also be frustrating and stressful, leading to “caregiver burnout.” Dr. Alicia Arbaje, of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine offers . . . → Read More: Video: Tips on How to Care for Your Older Parent & Avoid Caregiver Burnout

Share

Some Vertigo Associated with Migranes

Some dizziness (vertigo) is associated with migrane headaches. If you are experiencing dizziness or headaches, you should see your doctor for a diagnosis and potential treatment. For an introduction, see this video on Migranes and Vertigo, from the Mayo . . . → Read More: Some Vertigo Associated with Migranes

Share

You're Never Too Old to Exercise

“Only about 30% of people ages 45 to 64 say they engage in regular leisure-time physical activity, and this falls to 25% of those between the ages of 65 and 74 and 11% of people age 85 and older,” . . . → Read More: You’re Never Too Old to Exercise

Share

Some Caregiving Questions Answered

Caregiving expert, Elinor Ginzler, former AARP Senior Vice President for Livable Communities addresses some questions: Who are caregivers in America today? What are the challenges of being a family caregiver? How can families prepare for the inevitable? How . . . → Read More: Some Caregiving Questions Answered

Share

Addressing Caregiver Burnout

Ask Dr. Z December, 2011 By Laura Zipris, Psy. D., LMHC Editor’s Note: Dr. Laura Zipris, Psy. D., LMHC, holds a doctorate in Psychology and is licensed to practice psychotherapy in New York and Florida. She writes a monthly . . . → Read More: Addressing Caregiver Burnout

Share

Happy Thanksgiving to You from HelpingYouCare™

As we give thanks for our Blessings this Thanksgiving, let us all remember in gratitude our family members and especially our senior loved ones and the love, sacrifice and many contributions they have given toward bettering the lives of . . . → Read More: Happy Thanksgiving to You from HelpingYouCare™

Share

Will You Care For Me? Feel the Compassion & Love of a Caregiver in Response to This Touching Song

In trying to help caregivers, emphasis is often placed on the difficulty and stress of the role. But, the positive side of caregiving, the emotional rewards we feel as caregivers when we provide love and care to those in . . . → Read More: Will You Care For Me? Feel the Compassion & Love of a Caregiver in Response to This Touching Song

Share

Menopause Care for Caregivers - Female & Male

As a caregiver, are you feeling stressed, down, possibly depressed, experiencing head aches, feeling irritable, alternately hot and cold, or even having chest pains or back pains? Maybe you are experiencing common symptoms of Menopause, without taking time to . . . → Read More: Menopause Care for Caregivers – Female & Male

Share

Healthy Aging Tips

See some healthy aging tips from Registered Dietitian Marianne Smith Edge MS, RD,LD, FADA, Senior Vice President, Nutrition & Food Safety, International Food Information Council (IFIC) and IFIC Foundation » Also visit the associated website FoodInsight.org a nutrition and . . . → Read More: Healthy Aging Tips

Share

How To Stay Healthy On A Cruise

Concerned about seasickness or cruise ship outbreaks of norovirus? Watch these videos for some helpful tips for a safe and healthy cruise vacation from the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Disease (NCEZID)» CDC Video Player. Flash Player . . . → Read More: How To Stay Healthy On A Cruise

Share

June is National Prevention and Wellness Month

This June has been declared the first ever National Prevention and Wellness Month. As explained in a release issued Monday, June 20 by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), this is part of an initiative, sparked . . . → Read More: June is National Prevention and Wellness Month

Share

Editors Seek Caregivers' Stories for New Chicken Soup for Caregivers Book

The publisher of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series of books announced that its Editors are seeking submissions of original family caregiver stories for possible inclusion in a new book to be produced, under the title: Chicken Soup . . . → Read More: Editors Seek Caregivers’ Stories for New Chicken Soup for Caregivers Book

Share

Laughter Found to Create Health Benefits Similar to Those of Exercise

Several scientific studies have found that laughter and a sense of humor produce many health benefits, some similar to those derived from exercise. Studies by Loma Linda University Schools of Allied Health and Medicine According to studies conducted by . . . → Read More: Laughter Found to Create Health Benefits Similar to Those of Exercise

Share

5 Tips On Dealing With Violent Alzheimer's Behavior

“Alzheimer’s patients are often vulnerable and fragile, but in rare cases, they can become the aggressor. About 5% to 10% of Alzheimer’s patients exhibit violent behavior. It’s unclear why the outbursts occur in certain patients,” according to a recent . . . → Read More: 5 Tips On Dealing With Violent Alzheimer’s Behavior

Share

What Would Help You Most as a Caregiver?

Please take a minute to answer a few questions (anonymously) that will help us learn and let others know what most concerns family caregiver and what would most help family caregivers. Create your free online surveys with SurveyMonkey, the . . . → Read More: What Would Help You Most as a Caregiver?

Share

Coordinating Care for Caregivers

Watch Dr. Ronan Factora from the Cleveland Clinic Discovery Health video»

Share

Stay healthy by taking a vacation

Watch a short video on why taking a vacation is healthy, and which cities put work before health and health before work» Video by Discovery Health, in partnership with Cleveland Clinic’s Dr. Allen Weiss, a family medicine . . . → Read More: Stay healthy by taking a vacation

Share

Successful Tips With Difficult Aging Parents

Don’t dare call your mom because you know it will be an hour before you can get off the phone? Is your parent always critical of your help, or just a non-ending complainer? Do you feel you’re not up . . . → Read More: Successful Tips With Difficult Aging Parents

Share

Caregiving Basics: A Document Organizer

Can you put your hands on important documents you will need as a primary caregiver? Here’s a helpful to-do list to help you locate, create, or revise important papers. From the National Caregivers Library: . . . → Read More: Caregiving Basics: A Document Organizer

Share

Training to Be a Family Caregiver

This article, part of a WSJ.com series with tips on elder-care, cites a series of new studies and reports on the emotional, physical and financial challenges of caring for aged or disabled loved ones.  It suggests that just as people train for marathons and other . . . → Read More: Training to Be a Family Caregiver

Share

‘Tis the Season to Celebrate the Joys of Caregiving

by Kathryn Haslanger, Senior VP for Community Benefit and External Affairs for VNSNY for The Huffington Post Amidst the difficulties of caregiving can be found a satisfaction of just one more of the things really worth doing. Some of the rewards . . . → Read More: ‘Tis the Season to Celebrate the Joys of Caregiving

Share

Caregivers Need the Gift of Respites

by Rita Altman, R.N. National Director of Memory Care Services for Sunrise Senior Living for The Huffington Post At this time of year, family caregivers for seniors, especially those with Alzheimer’s disease, may not get the break that they . . . → Read More: Caregivers Need the Gift of Respites

Share

Blame the disease, not the person, when caregiving gets frustrating

By Angela Lunde, Mayo Clinic health education outreach coordinator Another perspective that can be helpful: i.e. separate the disease from the person and the person from the behaviors. Doing this helps you see that it’s the disease, not the . . . → Read More: Blame the disease, not the person, when caregiving gets frustrating

Share

Respite Care – Information from ElderCare Locator

Information on Respite Care provided by ElderCare Locator, a service of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. All caregivers need a break. Respite care helps care for your elderly loved one while you take a break to . . . → Read More: Respite Care – Information from ElderCare Locator

Share

Get Support if You Are a Caregiver

Get Support if You Are a Caregiver, The Basics from HealthFinder.gov, a Website of the U.S. Department of health & Human Services. The emotional and physical stress of caregiving can cause health problems. Take Action! Make time to do . . . → Read More: Get Support if You Are a Caregiver

Share

Caregiver stress: Tips for taking care of yourself

Caregiver stress: Tips for taking care of yourself Useful tips in stress management by By the Mayo Clinic staff. “Caring for a loved one can be a strain on even the most resilient individuals. If you’re a caregiver, take . . . → Read More: Caregiver stress: Tips for taking care of yourself

Share

Caregiving Across the States

Information on publicly-funded caregiver support programs in each of the 50 states, including consumer direction, eligibility, and services. Check out programs available from the Family Caregiver Alliance National Center on Caregiving>>>

Share

Tips for Caregivers

Helpful resource guide for Caregiver survival Read more at MedicineNet>>>

Share

Help and Resources for Caregivers: Tips for Preventing Caregiver Burnout

Good overview of taking care of yourself while caregiving, with a checklist of self-care suggestions, a list of helpful tips to make caregiving easier, and links to resources for caregivers. Read more from HelpGuide.org>>>

Share

A Guide to Taking Care of Yourself

You  must take care of yourself if you are going to be helpful to the one who needs your care!  This article discusses support, setting limits, your body, education, emotional health, and respite. Read more from the Family Caregiver . . . → Read More: A Guide to Taking Care of Yourself

Share

Psychological And Social Issues

How our minds change as we age:  learning, memory, reaction time, intelligence, life skills. How to develop coping skills, strategies and healthy behaviors. Read more from the AGS Foundation for Health in Aging>>>

Share

Health Check Tools

Use these quizzes, calculators, self-assessments and decision guides to check your knowledge and health status. It should be no surprise  that the virtual doctor or decision guides will most likely recommend seeing a real doctor. Try out a virtual . . . → Read More: Health Check Tools

Share

Taking Care of YOU: Self-Care for Family Caregivers

Taking responsibility for your own care.  Steps to managing stress.  Steps for seeking solutions.  Asking for and accepting help.  Starting to exercise (one of the healthiest things you can do). Read more from the Family Caregiver Alliance National Center . . . → Read More: Taking Care of YOU: Self-Care for Family Caregivers

Share

Coping with Caregiving: How to Manage Stress when Caring for Elderly Relatives

The Warning Signs and causes of Stress. Strategies for Managing Stress. Read more from Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service>>>

Share

So Far Away

20 Questions for Long-distance Caregivers. And Caregiver Basics: What You Should Do (or Think About Doing).  Some good ideas. Plus how is it that long-distance caregiving makes me feel so guilty all the time? I thought being so far . . . → Read More: So Far Away

Share

Fact Sheet : Dementia, Caregiving and Controlling Frustration

Some helpful ways of dealing with frustration. Read more at the Family Caregiver Alliance (National Center on Caregiving)>>>

Share

Caregiver’s Checklist

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

Share

Emotional Challenges of Caregiving

Taking care of someone else can be challenging.  Taking care of yourself in the process is often harder.  Washington State Department of Social & Health  Services. ADSA – Aging and Disability Services Administration, suggestions for finding and maintaining emotional support.

Share

How To Stay Positive – Three Tips for Caregivers

Detach yourself mentally by practicing “Creative Indifference.” Learn something new. Savor happy memories. Read More »»»

Share

What Caregivers Need To Know

By Claire Berman, for Parade Learn about the illness.  Ask for help—and be specific.  Maintain contact with friends.  Seek assistance within your community.  Keep the focus clear.  Find support in a group.  Enjoy life outside of the caretaker role.  . . . → Read More: What Caregivers Need To Know

Share

Managing Stress

Recognize stress when you see it in yourself.  Humor is often the best medicine Read more from the Washington State Department of Social & Health Services>>>

Share

Finding the Balance Between Work and Caregiving

Prioritize your time, learn to delegate, make time for yourself every day Read more from the American Heart Association>>>

Share

Respite Care

What is respite care? Types available to seniors. Dangers of burnout. Questions to ask. Can support groups help? Read more>>>

Share

50 Things Every Caregiver Should Know

There is no doubt that caregiving is a tough job, but you can get the help you need. Here are 50 supportive tips from emotional reassurance to suggestions for getting help — from Eldercare.gov. Read more….

Share

Hiring Caregivers; Finding and Keeping good Respite Providers

By the Alabama Lifespan Respite Resource Network.  Getting Information Needed: How do you decide who is best qualified to take care of your loved one?  The Written Agreement.  Your Record Keeping Responsibilities. Read more>>>

Share

Family Care Navigator

Family Care Navigator State-by-State Help for Family Caregivers Help in locating government, nonprofit, and private programs in your area. Map with links to state by state public resources for caregivers, from the National Family Caregivers Alliance, a nonprofit organization. . . . → Read More: Family Care Navigator

Share

Caregiver Stress Quiz and Video on Managing Stress

Caregiver Stress Quiz & Video.  Interactive Quiz from AARP.  Find out your Stress Score, and view a Video on Stress Management by AARP.

Share

Caregivers Cope with Stress, Mixed Emotions about Aging Parents

Caregivers Cope with Stress, Mixed Emotions about Aging Parents, USA Today, February 1, 2008. On dealing with the stress and role reversal involved in caregiving.»View Info

Share

Breathe! Strategies to Help Caregivers Cope

Gail Sheehy, in her acclaimed book, Passages in Caregiving, outlines strategies to help family caregivers cope.  See a (rather slow loading) video of her discussing her book and advice for family caregivers on msn.msnbc.  Breathe! Strategies to help caregivers . . . → Read More: Breathe! Strategies to Help Caregivers Cope

Share

Caregiver Stress: The Other Side of the JetBlue Freak Out

JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater was reported to be suffering from caregiver stress from caring from his parents.  Now that the jokes have been exhausted, it’s time to focus on an issue in the shadows of his fabulous escape: caregiver . . . → Read More: Caregiver Stress: The Other Side of the JetBlue Freak Out

Share

.............................................................................Back to Top...

Login to Post Comments



Register & Login above to post comments. Click here for Help. To join a Support Group, Register/ Login at CaregiversLikeUs.
ADVERTISEMENT:

The Fifteen Newest Updates on HelpingYouCare® As Of Today

New Posts on HelpingYouCare® by Day or Month

May 2018
M T W T F S S
« Jul    
 123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
28293031  

Survey/ Opinion Poll

Participate in a brief
Survey/ Opinion Poll »

We publish the results of our periodic Surveys & Opinion Polls, anonymously. See Survey/ Opinion Poll Results ».

Contribute Content

Write and contribute articles, posts, or other content to this Site, or share links to useful information & resources you have found with the HelpingYouCare® Community.
Read How…

If you find any broken links on this Site, we will appreciate your reporting them to us:

Report Broken Links