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KAGS TV Bryan College Station Texas

Many facilities that care for the elderly are not taking visitors anymore, here’s what you can do to keep a smile on their faces
KAGS TV’s Sunny Tsai reports: “If they’re not set up with video calling, don’t worry about it,” said founder of, Connie Chow. “Most people I think do have a telephone available to them and are available to use the telephone. It’s a great way to stay connected. Another thing I would suggest is set up a regular schedule for keeping in touch so that gives them another measure for security, when somebody knows, oh at 10 o clock every day, this person is going to call me. And that gives them comfort. To both sides, so if you can do that, that’s another great way to stay in touch.”


DailyCaring on WFFT Fox55 News

How a Bluffton Navy veteran battles lung problems, manages COVID-19 pandemic

Fox 55 News’ Mallory Beard reports: “Connie Chow, a 20-year caregiver to her own grandmother and founder of Daily Caring, provides helpful tips on how you can manage caring for a sick or elderly parent within your home, even during the COVID-19 pandemic.”


DailyCaring mentioned in Forbes

Do Alternative Medicines For Alzheimer’s Really Work? Does Anything?

Robin Seaton Jefferson writes: “DailyCaring—an Internet-based resource for adult family caregivers—explains what medications for Alzheimer’s can and can’t do, scams to watch out for, and which drugs are used in which stages of the disease.”


DailyCaring on WMBD news, a CBS affiliate

Active Life with Bob Larson: Medication Management

Bob Larson reports: “At least 87% of seniors take one medication, and many take more than that. So is sharing ways you can make sure you’re safely managing your medications.”


DailyCaring on WLOX News

Caring for baby dolls lessens anxiety in nursing home residents
John Fitzhugh of WLOX reports: “If you’re interested in introducing doll therapy to your senior, here are a few tips from Their experts say it’s best to casually introduce the doll to your senior and let them decide if they like it or not. Don’t act like the doll is a doll, refer to it as a baby and treat it like a real child. Get a lifelike doll, but one that doesn’t cry, which could be upsetting. And most importantly, if they have no interest in the doll, don’t make an issue out of it. They could change their minds in the future.


DailyCaring mentioned on HuffPost

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DailyCaring on GreatCall

Caregiver Support on Social Media


DailyCaring on Seniors at Home JFCS

How to Find The Humor in Caregiving


DailyCaring on Sixty and Me

Elder Orphans: Tough Questions Answered

DailyCaring contributed articles


DailyCaring on CSA Society of Certified Senior Advisors

A Look at America’s Aging Future


DailyCaring on CPA Practice Advisor

New Insurance Programs Cover Gap in End-Of-Life Care