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Helpful advice for families and professionals from the experts in caregiving at TheKey.

Healing physically is just one part of the recovery process after a fall. Here’s what else you can do to support your loved one and keep them safe at home.
Learning for Families
Helpful resources and information for family caregivers
and others supporting an older loved one at home.
Whether you’re looking for information about dementia, coping techniques, or simply need a good laugh about caring for an aging loved one, these books will deliver.
Older adults often worry about losing their independence. Many of us are proud of the lives we’ve lived and don’t want to feel limited as we age. If you’re helping an aging loved one, remember that the wish for control over your own life is not one of the things that diminish over the years. So, how can you help your loved one continue to do the things they love?
The FAST scale assesses the “functional” or daily observable changes and symptoms associated with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias — and it can provide a useful map, as well as much greater understanding of the process of decline. But did you know that family members and loved ones can use this tool as well?
Learning for Professionals
Insights and information for care-continuum professionals
and others who support our older population.
How do you know when it’s time to increase your loved one’s care plan to around-the-clock care? When safety becomes an issue—or family caregivers are feeling exhausted and their health is at risk.
Our clinical psychologist and Director of Memory Care at TheKey offers insights and advice to family caregivers on how to stay calm and manage feelings of caregiver anger—before boiling over.
Would you know if a loved one was struggling with their mental health? Here are some warning signs to look for, and ways to help.
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can get the right support and services to live and age successfully at home.
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