Tag: Loved ones

  • How do You Care for a Loved One Who Lives Far Away?

    How do You Care for a Loved One Who Lives Far Away?

    Living far away from a loved one can complicate many things, not the least of which is their daily care. If you live in a different city or state from your aging parents as the miles expand so do your worries. You must try to understand their health and day-to-day needs from a distance. It’s not easy. Thankfully professional home care agencies can step in and provide daily support to provide you with peace of mind. Professional home caregivers can help to ease the pressure on you and provide an efficient source of trained caregiving help. The Handbook of Live-in

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  • Faith, Family and  Hard work Most Valued by Ugandan Youth

    Faith, Family and Hard work Most Valued by Ugandan Youth

    From the Uganda Youth Survey Report conducted by the Aghan University, despite the high level of unemployment among the youth in Uganda,   they are willing to be part of the solution by creating jobs through entrepreneurship. The study also reveals that many hold beliefs that make them vulnerable to corruption and political manipulation and that risk undermining democracy and good governance. While the findings may seem contradictory – hopeful and depressing – there is an opportunity to focus on developing and channeling the strongly held positive values of  faith, family, hard work. The strongly held values of faith, family, hard

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  • Caring for our loved ones should not change our routines

    Caring for our loved ones should not change our routines

    Caring for our loved ones should not change our routines I remember one day I fell sick years back, unfortunately had to leave my university hostel because it was so serious that I could barely walk and didn’t have some caring for me at the time while at hostel. I was picked up by my big sister and I stayed at her house for a few hours.  She had a job interview the following day so she could not commit herself to being there for me in such a state. The only alternative I was left with was my mother

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