Family caregivers who have stronger support networks and positive communication with loved ones tend to be more resilient.
The latest State of the World’s Fathers report found a shift in attitudes. In 15 countries, between 70% and 90% of men agreed with the statement, “I feel as responsible for care work as my partner.”
While both nursing homes and home care impose financial burdens, their differing structures can influence how older Canadians save money.
Dementia care in South Asian households is shaped by cultural, familial and societal forces that bring benefits and challenges.
Women’s wellbeing paradox: unhappier than men but more social, with higher levels of emotional resilience.
Discrimination, isolation and stigma related to sexual orientation or gender identity likely contribute to the higher rates of depression and lower quality of life of LGBTQ+ caregivers.
Traditional report cards sent home every few months are fine for most students. But for kids with behavioral issues, a daily report card can be a better option.
The law changed older adults’ caregiving behavior because their children became more able to take paid time off work to care for their own newborns.
The seven-minute episodes show characters dealing with difficult emotions like fear and grief through play.
Mindfulness, through focused attention meditation, can help overcome repetitive negative thinking, thus improving mental and physical health.
With child and adolescent mental health problems on the rise, here is a step-by-step guide for caregivers for recognizing signs of mental distress and responding with support and resources.
Republicans are pressing for policy changes based on a misconception that hardly anyone who gets help buying groceries with Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits is employed.
Three factors that can speed up adoption of clinical research discoveries are context, tailoring resources and efficient knowledge sharing.
New research affords a rare window into the circumstances and needs of a potentially very vulnerable group that until now has remained largely invisible: people with dementia who have no close kin.
The way a parent or caregiver responds in this situation is extremely important.
Mindfulness, one of the most common forms of meditation, is a skill that must be cultivated and practiced. With some training and discipline, it can help anyone live more fully in the moment.
A professor of child development explains why it’s OK – recommended, in fact – to respond to an infant’s every cry, sob and whimper.
Reflection Rooms support people making sense of experiences related to dying and death. They provide an immersive space to read stories written by others and write and share their own stories.
Given the clear importance of language skills for lifelong outcomes, it is critical to set children up early for language success.
The lack of sexuality education, and common myths and misconceptions about the sexuality of people with intellectual disability can lead to caregivers being reluctant ‘jailers’.