A resource for anyone caring for an elderly loved one.

TheStressedOutCaregiver.com was created by me, Casey Price. I am an elder law attorney from Haddonfield, New Jersey, and in that capacity I have been helping people deal with issues associated with aging since 2001. My goal is to help everyone caring for an elderly loved one - especially those who are overwhelmed by the situation. I have seen you before - maybe not you specifically - but people just like you with issues just like yours. I know what you are going through and understand exactly how difficult and confusing the caregiving process can be. But it doesn’t have to be that way. It’s actually a pretty straight forward process and if you have some knowledge on the subject and do a little bit of planning it can be much easier than you ever thought it could be.

At TheStressedOutCaregiver.com we share all sorts of tips and strategies to help you - the person caring for your elderly loved one - discover and better understand the issues that you might end up facing. Most days there is a piece of valuable content - usually in the form of a podcast episode but sometimes a written blog post and occasionally a video - meant to educate you on an elder care issue. Many episodes answer questions that other people caring for an elderly loved one have asked me. These are issues you are probably dealing with too.

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  • 106 – Don’t Should on Yourself
    Everyone caring for an aging parent, spouse or elderly loved one is doing the best they can.  The decisions we make might be uncomfortable.  If we think about it – really think about it – we can second guess everything we do.  However, if you are doing your best caring […]
  • 105 – What’s the Difference Between a Specific Power of Attorney and a General Power of Attorney?
    Not all power of attorney documents are the same.  There is a huge difference between a specific power of attorney and a general power of attorney.  This is a trap for people who don’t understand the difference.  In this episode I will explain the difference and what you need to […]
  • 104 – The Transition From Caregiver to Companion
    Sometimes the work involved with caring for an aging parent, spouse or elderly loved is overwhelming.  It’s as though the caregiver is working a full time 24-hour a day job.  The relationship between the caregiver and their loved one can suffer as a result.  Sometimes getting help to provide care […]
  • 103 – The Assisted Living Bounce Back
    Something amazing might happen after someone who had been struggling at home moves into an assisted living community.  Their physical and mental condition may improve measurably.  It’s what I call the assisted living bounce back.  Suddenly they have a spring in their step everyone thought they had lost – they […]
  • 102 – Bringing Private Duty Care into an Independent Living Apartment
    When someone moves into an independent living community their apartment becomes their home.  Frequently they make friends and love the amenities in the community.  If, at some point in the future, they are unable to manage on their own they can bring private duty care (or home health care) into […]
  • 101 – Assisted Living Admission Agreements – It Must Be In Writing
    When your loved one (or you as their caregiver) explore an assisted living community they will encounter various sales people and admission staff along the way.  These individuals want your loved one to move into the community they represent – their pay often depends on it. Because of that they […]

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