Health Tip: How Caregivers Can Help

Ways they can assist with everyday tasks

(HealthDay News) -- Caregivers can offer help and support to people who are no longer completely independent. suggests how a caregiver can provide assistance to people with dementia, cancer or another condition that limits the ability to perform basic daily tasks:

  • Shopping for groceries.
  • Preparing and serving meals.
  • Cleaning the home and performing other chores.
  • Making sure the bills are paid.
  • Administering medications.
  • Assisting with bathing, going to the bathroom and getting dressed.
Diana Kohnle

Diana Kohnle

Published on October 28, 2010

Read this Next
About UsOur ProductsCustom SolutionsHow it’s SoldOur ResultsDeliveryContact UsBlogPrivacy PolicyFAQ