Caregiving Conflicts: Spouses and Families

My services are sought to provide elders and caregivers in conflict with a variety of methods to successfully adapt to caregiving that are problem oriented and emotionally focused, and that provide social emotional and task focused support. Conflicts often develop between caregivers and the elders they care for and between caregiving family members, particularly when the burdens of caregiving increase over extended periods of time. Caregivers may develop feelings of anger, grief, loneliness, and resentment, and efforts to resolve such feelings will improve the well being of caregivers and elders.

Normal Aging: Myths and Realities
The 3 D’s: Dementia, Depression, and Delirium

Caregiving: Practical Tools for Coping

Caregiving Conflicts: Spouses and Families

Successful Aging and Optimal Longevity

Memory Care: Is it Alzheimer’s or Getting Older


Irving Hellman, PhD.

Serving legal, health,
& eldercare professionals
Serving elders and
their families
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