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Publication ECMAScript program Communicating About Money and Money Issues
Learn ways to improve communication and get started talking about important money issues to prevent negative consequences that can result when money is not discussed.
Located in Personal & Family Finance
Publication Family Caregiving: Helpful Resources for Family Caregivers
One of the most important aspects of managing life as a family caregiver is accessing useful resources that can provide needed knowledge and skills. The list of helpful resources below provides information about educational materials and support organizations related to family caregiving. It is not exhaustive but instead provides a beginning point for those involved in family caregiving.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Family Caregiving: Tips for Reducing Stress for Family Caregivers
Caregiving provided to aging family members or others in need often is associated with stress and burnout. Although providing direct care to a family member or someone else can result in significant stress, remember that this experience can have positive benefits as well. Consider the rewards and challenges of the caregiving experience honestly.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Family Caregiving: Starting the Care Conversation
Family members or friends may feel awkward or uncertain about having a conversation with you about providing care. They may worry about your feelings or be unsure of what you think. You can help them by starting the care conversation.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Family Caregiving: Myths and Realities of Family Caregiving
Understanding myths versus realities in family caregiving can be helpful. This publication explores different realities you can face with family caregiving.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Family Caregiving: Key Support Resources in Family Caregiving
Support and resources in the caregiving process come in many forms: prayer, talking to family or friends, visits with professionals or assistive equipment. One of the most important aspects of managing life as a caregiver is accessing useful resources that can provide needed knowledge, skills or assistance.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Family Caregiving: Planning for Care for You or a Loved One
The time to plan for the care needs of yourself, a family member or another you care about is before the person might need it. At the least, planning often can occur before the care needs become more significant. Planning for care involves strategies such as assessing the situation, discussing the big concerns and forming a support or caregiving team.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Family Caregiving: The Who and What of Family Caregiving
Family caregiving is an activity that occurs across many different settings. Individuals in need of care at particular times may include adult children with special needs, aging parents, a sick family member or a friend. People may need help with transportation to medical appointments, light chores around the home, payment of bills or personal care. No matter the person or the need, the who and the what of family caregiving clearly are important to understand.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication text/texmacs Snooze News: The Importance of Healthy Sleep Habits
We can support our children emotionally, physically, academically and socially just by helping them establish healthy sleep habits.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Teens and Cellphones: A Guide for Teachers
The widespread use of cell phones by teenagers raises the concern of the negative effects it could have on their performance in school. However, teachers can work with their students to incorporate effective cell phone use into the classroom. When used appropriately, cell phones can enhance class participation and allow students to access current information.
Located in Kids & Family
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