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Caregiving for my loved one

Hello,

 

My parents are beginning to require more assistance in their daily lives. I am interested in learning more about the caregiving community. What are the best places to look for security systems, communities, and caregiving assistance? How can I monitor them in their homes- for fall detection, etc.?

 

Where do you all find your information on these topics?

 

Any and all advice is welcome!

yogibear
AARP Expert

@NogaB865447 Hi! AARP has great information about these topics in our Family Caregiving site.  These might be especially helpful to you as you start to research and prepare for the future:

 

I hope these are helpful - there's lots more info on the site too! Please let us know if you have any other questions! And keep us posted on how things are going. 

 

Take care,

Amy Goyer, AARP Family & Caregiving Expert

Author, Juggling Life, Work and Caregiving and

Color Your Way Content When Caring for Loved Ones

 

 

 

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