Nick DiUlio, Caring.com Writer


Nick DiUlio is an award-winning freelance writer and editor whose published work has focused on everything from profiles of artists and important political figures to hard-news stories with both national and local appeal. His work has appeared in several regional and national publications—both in print and online—including Philadelphia Magazine, Slate.com, Miller-McCune, New Jersey Monthly, and Bankrate.com. Living in southern New Jersey, Nick is also the South Jersey Bureau Chief for New Jersey Monthly and an adjunct journalism professor at Rowan University.


Recently Published on Caring.com

The 10 Cheapest States for Your Aging Parents in 2018 — Feb 21, 2018
In studying the cost of growing old in all 50 states, Caring.com examined 11 different socio-economic factors critical to the overall expense of caring for an aging parent....
The 10 Most Expensive States for Your Aging Parents in 2018 — Feb 21, 2018
The unfortunate reality is that some states are much costlier than others when it comes to growing old. A variety of factors play a role, including the overall cost of livi...
The Most and Least Affordable States for Your Aging Parents in 2018 — Feb 21, 2018
Your parents used to be the ones taking care of you, but as they age, you are likely finding that the opposite is now true. Nearly a third of all Americans caring for an ag...
The Evolution of Caregiver Resources — Nov 16, 2017
10 years ago, a small group of family caregivers noticed a lack of caregiving resources online. Led by Andy Cohen, Steve Fram, and Jim Scott, the group launched Caring.com,...
2017's 10 Best States to Grow Old — Aug 16, 2017
The states that topped this year’s list of best places to grow old tend to score high marks in multiple categories. These include access to quality healthcare, the avail...
10 Great Meal Delivery Services for Seniors — May 24, 2017
When it comes to caring for senior loved ones, few responsibilities are as critical -- or as time-consuming -- as buying, preparing, and cooking nutritionally balanced meal...
How Technology Use Buffers Against Senior Isolation — Apr 11, 2017
Caregivers of Central Jersey volunteer Dori Prejs helps Katherine, 85, learn to use a tablet. Daniellah Salario’s late uncle Isadore “Spin” Salario was known throughout th...
More Than Half of American Adults Don't Have a Will, 2017 Survey Shows — Feb 04, 2017
Let’s face it—end-of-life planning isn’t fun. The topic can seem morose, depressing -- maybe even a little scary. But it’s also a critical aspect of managing your assets an...
How Do Race, Age Affect Attitudes Toward Senior Living? — Mar 16, 2016
There’s no doubt that American perceptions of senior living communities have changed and evolved in significant ways. The stereotype of drab, impersonal nursing homes are f...
Debunking the "Lonely Old People" Stereotype — Feb 10, 2016
It’s no secret that aging comes with numerous challenges, but it might surprise many to learn that loneliness doesn’t have to be one of them. According to a new study comm...