How can you to honor your aging loved ones?
See to their daily needs—without neglecting your own?
These resources will help you live vibrantly through your caregiving season. 

Check Out Julie's Updated Anniversary Edition of



$14.99 pb; $9.99 Kindle

This is the combined story of dozens of adult children and how they learned to cope with the shift from taker to giver. It’s real. Sometimes poignant. Sometimes gut-wrenching. It’s your story, too. --Identify the emotional and spiritual issues you might face --Grapple with real-life dilemmas of caregiving families—families like yours. --Be encouraged by stories from caregivers who’ve lived it, biblical examples that are amazingly relevant, and professional insights explained clearly in laymen’s terms. This Tenth Anniversary Expanded Edition features never-before told stories, an up-to-date resource list, and a Study Journal to chronicle your journey for future generations. 

Devotional Book

Who Cares for Exhausted Caregivers? Adult children of aging parents hear uplifting words here!“Like you, I wear many hats. I’m an author, a conference speaker, a worship minister … But the most important of all my roles is that I’m a caregiver. It’s a role that began to fall to me decades ago. One I’ve grown into–sometimes willingly, sometimes grudgingly. If you’ve picked up this eBook, you’ll understand that better than anyone.”In this e-edition of Pressed into Care, you’ll read 30 impassioned readings that will uplift, encourage and re-energize you for the task of caring for those you love, as they move through the stages of aging.Each entry features true-to-life content that’s equal parts heaven’s truth and earth’s grit. Julie is honest about the caregiving journey. And she writes out of her deepest heart—in the hopes that in being transparent, she’ll have the privilege of reaching your heart with the comforts and the challenges she’s received along the journey.Now, then, let’s get real about what happens when we get Pressed Into Care for our loved ones as they grow older. You’ll come away from each session refreshed and strengthened for another day of compassionate caring. - $9.99 paperback
Priceless Gifts for Caregivers

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For Those Who Are Grieving

During her father's last serious illness and hospitalization, Julie-Allyson Ieron and her mother decided what they needed to hear the most was truth from God's Word. The reflections in this book are based on scriptures that Julie and her mother found the most uplifting during difficult times. These words will comfort you as well, as you give care to those facing illness, tragedy, or loss of any kind and need encouragement.  $4.00
As one who is experiencing grief, journalist and best-selling author Julie-Allyson Ieron offers compassionate, biblically sound comfort to readers who are sorrowing. This Bible study companion to her Care & Share devotional booklet with the same title, Gentle Hugs for Grieving Hearts Study Guide offers readers the opportunity to open their weeping hearts to the unchanging God of the Bible, Who has come alongside His grieving children down through history—as far back as Adam and Eve in their two-pronged loss of both Cain and Abel. It’s packed with biblical truth and modern-day examples. Go through the study by yourself, or with a small group of fellow sorrowers. - Paperback, $11.99
Grieving hearts crave hope. They crave a gentle, honest response to their gut-check questions. In the 30 truth-packed readings of this minibook, Julie walks with readers through the worst days of sorrow. She offers realistic comfort, packaged with substantive hope. She can do this because she, too, is a member of the grief club. There she has become reacquainted with the Man of Sorrows, Who chairs the group. If you’re in a sorrowing season, drink in these devotional thoughts. If you know someone who is grieving, get a copy to give away. Either way, it will resonate with refreshing truth.  - Paperback $4.00

Caregiver Resources Updated: 12-7-2023

One of the best, widest ranging and well-targeted lists of what to watch for as caregivers and how to help our loved ones be safe and at peace is on a nursing education website: It's not just for nurses or students, but for everyone who is caring for senior adults at home or professionally. Highly recommended.

Questions about eye issues for older adults? Check out this page: 

This resource is thanks to volunteer student Amanda at the Hastings Recreation Center in Minnesota. Amanda found: to be a helpful resource for senior adults. Thanks, also to Amanda's teacher Lisa for sending this tip to me.

Help and guidance for how to avoid falls and what to do if one happens to you or someone in your care: Suggesting on keeping seniors safe from online fraud.

Thanks to student Joey from Ms. Brown's Homeschooling Adventures class, we recommend this resource of value to caregivers: -- which gives insights on when and how to install security cameras to keep a senior safe at home.

Thanks to the students at and their teacher, Chloe, we recommend this resource of value to seniors: This site lists Medicare hospitals around the US and rates their wait times, capacity and other services. We checked out its ratings of our local hospitals, against our vast experience with them, and found the information solid.

Another new tool with lots of links and great info:




Fire safety at home for those with disabilities:


The National Caregiver Alliance offers practical training for families giving special care to loved ones. Visit their site:



Assisted Living Today features articles on choosing the best care type: assisted, memory care, nursing home, care homes, and independent living. You'll also be able to link to services in your city.

PBS Special on Caring for Caregivers

National Alliance for Caregiving

A Guide to Aging in Place

Daily living and support listing

The Sobering Cost of Long-Term Care: A Guide to Paying for Care


Suggested by readers from Different with Dignity Community Center: Business Ideas for People with Disabilities.

Sites on how sleep impacts aging: and

Info on mobility devices:

A host of guides including comparisons of senior living options: