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Benefits of Home Care

  • Are You Experiencing Caregiver Burnout? It's Time to Talk About Your Needs Ninety percent of unpaid caregivers care for a family member, and there are 40.4 million Americans providing unpaid care to an adult 65 or older. Almost 67% of these unpaid caregivers report having at least one mental health symptom while caring for someone else. Anxiety and ... Continue Reading
  • Personal Care at Home For Seniors With Alzheimer's Taking care of a senior parent with Alzheimer’s can be tough, especially when it comes to personal care. If your senior loved one doesn’t recognize you or doesn’t understand what you’re trying to do when helping them get dressed, shower, or shave, they can become very ... Continue Reading
  • Promoting Exercise in Your Elderly Loved One Do you find that your elderly loved one doesn’t get much exercise? If so, how do you feel about that? Does it make you worry about their mental and physical health? Do you wonder whether it will be off-balance with the things they eat, so they end up developing diabetes or a ... Continue Reading
  • The Keys to Successful 24-Hour Home Care Arrangements Your mom has Alzheimer's and is at a point where she needs 24-hour home care services . What are the best ways to make sure these arrangements go well? Here are the keys to successful home care. Talk to Her Medical Team Schedule an appointment with your mom's medical team. ... Continue Reading
  • Why is Companion Care Right for Your Elderly Loved One? In-home care comes in a variety of forms to best suit your elderly loved one’s unique needs. Sometimes, it can be challenging to decide what's right for your elderly family members. There are a lot of things to take into consideration for your elderly loved one. It's easy to ... Continue Reading
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