Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)

Activities of daily living (ADLs) are fundamental skills that are necessary for independent self-care. This set of tip sheets will give an overview on bathing/showering, dressing, toileting, and mobility and offer considerations, tips, and tools for assisting with these ADLs. ViewDownload… Read More

Cooking with Care: Donburi for You and Me – VIDEO

This virtual three-part series, in partnership with Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, will provide free culinary demonstrations featuring nutritious and simple Japanese meals that can be prepared at home for aging parents or care recipients. View Video… Read More

How to Communicate as a Caregiver – VIDEO

Effective communication with your care team is essential to discuss care needs and provide updates regarding your loved one. This session will provide conversation starters to help you coordinate care and present scenarios that include working as a team with others to provide the best care possible. Read More

Preventing Falls: Taking Control of Risks

With around 36 million reported cases per year among older adults, falls are a public health concern. This class discussed shared concerns about falling and to learn tips to reduce your risk of falls in and around the house. ViewDownload… Read More