About Caregiving 101
Since 2010, Caregiving 101 has helped hundreds of thousands of family and professional caregivers with information and education tools to improve quality of life, assist with the "How To's of caregiving and reduce the overall costs of care to the families, their insurance companies and governments. Built for Caregivers for Caregivers, we continue to add content and tools to make life a little easier and less expensive for everyone. Whether on TV, online or in a bookstore, the Caregiving 101 information you need is never difficult to find.
Whether you are thrown into a caregiving role overnight or are an experienced caregiver, our informational and educational content can provide valuable information to help you.
- "How To" tips for communicating - verbal and nonverbal
- "How To" tips for bathing, dressing, grooming, eating
- "How To" tips for engaging in leisure activities and improving quality of life
- Fall prevention and Home Safety
- Nutritional Recipes
- Working with behaviors
Activities, Entertainment and Quality of Life
Our videos and educational materials cover many areas related to raising and maintaining the highest quality of life possible
- Thousands of activities lesson plans and entertainment pieces are available for download to engage your loved one
- Activities to engage those with dementia
- Fun Food and drink recipes
- Saving money
Adaptive Equipment and Product Review
With so many new products designed to help families move through their lives as safely and independently as possible, we will continue to review products and discuss the pluses and minuses of each so families can make the best choice to fit their situation.
We have licensed many of our online classes to well know online educators throughout the world. Whether it is for professional continuing education or family education, our partners use our classes to meet many needs. Companies such as Relias, CHA Seminars, Visiting Angels use our unique classes in a variety of ways
Caregiving is hard, finding resources shouldn't be. Caregiving 101 is here to help