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Aging in Place as a Family

  • Aging in Place Might Be the Best Solution for Your Elderly Loved One Are you wondering where your elderly loved one is going to live now that they are getting even older? If so, they may want to stay in their home. The truth is that many elderly people are able to age-in-place. If the proper precautions and solutions are put into place, your ... Continue Reading
  • Four Ways to Determine if it’s Realistic for Your Senior to Age in Place Aging in place may be a lot more reasonable for your elderly family member than you expect it to be. The key is to make sure that you’re aware of what she needs now and in the future. Your Senior Is Doing Well So Far It’s very possible that your elderly family member is ... Continue Reading

Alzheimer's Disease

  • Tips for Alzheimer’s Disease Wandering Prevention If your elderly loved one has Alzheimer’s disease, one of the things that you might be worried about is them wandering. There are many elderly people who have Alzheimer’s that wander. They might go outside of their home and around the neighborhood. They might wander around ... Continue Reading

Cancer

  • Tips to Help Prevent Oral Cancer Are you worried that your elderly loved one might get oral cancer? Maybe you knew someone that had this type of cancer. It can be scary. However, there are many tips that can help your elderly loved one to prevent oral cancer. While there is never a 100% guarantee that ... Continue Reading

Caregiver Resource

  • Christmas Cookies That Seniors Can Make If you ask most people what their favorite Christmas treat is, chances are they will name some sort of cookie. Christmas cookies are very popular, and many people give plates of cookies as gifts to neighbors, police officers, postal workers, home care providers and more. ... Continue Reading

Caregivers

  • Bathroom Products You Might Not Realize Your Parents Need Aging at home works well for your mom and dad. You took all of the precautions and set up their house to be safe. You thought about fall risks. You keep their kitchen stocked. You've done all of the right things, but there still be one area you overlooked. As you age, your ... Continue Reading
  • Tips for Alzheimer’s Disease Wandering Prevention If your elderly loved one has Alzheimer’s disease, one of the things that you might be worried about is them wandering. There are many elderly people who have Alzheimer’s that wander. They might go outside of their home and around the neighborhood. They might wander around ... Continue Reading

Caregiving

  • Aging in Place Might Be the Best Solution for Your Elderly Loved One Are you wondering where your elderly loved one is going to live now that they are getting even older? If so, they may want to stay in their home. The truth is that many elderly people are able to age-in-place. If the proper precautions and solutions are put into place, your ... Continue Reading
  • Six Ways to Keep Your Parents Engaged This Winter Below zero temperatures, freezing rain, snow squalls, and ice storms make getting outside hard during the winter months. You worry that your parents are growing bored. You only have time to stop by on a Saturday afternoon. What are the best ways to keep your parents engaged ... Continue Reading
  • Can Proper Handwashing Help Prevent Sepsis and Other Complications? Referred Caregivers in Rye NY: Can Proper Handwashing Help Prevent Sepsis and Other Complications? Reducing the risks that your senior faces and helping to prevent potentially devastating conditions is one of the most important tasks that you will handle on a regular basis ... Continue Reading
  • Understanding the Behaviors of a Parent With Dementia Caregivers in Harrison NY: Understanding the Behaviors of a Parent with Dementia Caring for a loved one with dementia is both rewarding and challenging. It is a progressive degenerative brain disorder that is commonly associated with Alzheimer’s and other degenerative and ... Continue Reading

Elderly Care

  • Six Ways to Keep Your Parents Engaged This Winter Below zero temperatures, freezing rain, snow squalls, and ice storms make getting outside hard during the winter months. You worry that your parents are growing bored. You only have time to stop by on a Saturday afternoon. What are the best ways to keep your parents engaged ... Continue Reading
  • Information for Family Caregivers Regarding Parkinson’s Disease There are millions of people in the world who have Parkinson’s disease. With this being said, there are many family members who want more information regarding how to provide care for their loved one. The truth is that there isn’t just one way to manage Parkinson’s disease. ... Continue Reading
  • Using a Calendar to Help Keep Your Care Efforts Organized on Calendar Adjustment Day Elderly Care in Larchmont NY Do you sometimes feel like days have been taken away from you? Is your schedule so busy that you wish that you could add a few more days into the year? If you are like many family caregivers, the answer is probably ‘yes’. While you might not be ... Continue Reading
  • How to Help a Loved One With Alzheimer’s Disease Feel Safer at Home Elderly Care in New Rochelle NY A lot changes for you and for your elderly loved one when she’s diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease . One of the biggest changes is that her ability to reason becomes damaged and she might not recognize some safety issues on her own. That’s ... Continue Reading

Family Caregivers

  • Initial Steps to Take When Arranging Senior Care Services Your mom and dad need help at home. They're ready for senior care services, but you're not sure where to start. These are the initial steps to take when arranging care. Go Over the Care They Think Would Help Find a list of care services online and go over them with your ... Continue Reading
  • Tips for Introducing Family Pets to New Home Care Aides Now that your family has discussed home care and decided it's a good fit for your parents, how do you make it work? The biggest concern is your mom's little dog. The dog isn't mean, but it's shy with strangers. What helps introduce family pets to a new home care aide? Make ... Continue Reading

Health & Wellness

  • Bathroom Products You Might Not Realize Your Parents Need Aging at home works well for your mom and dad. You took all of the precautions and set up their house to be safe. You thought about fall risks. You keep their kitchen stocked. You've done all of the right things, but there still be one area you overlooked. As you age, your ... Continue Reading

Home Care

  • Modern Technology Can Help Your Elderly Loved One There are so many technological advancements in this day and age for everyone. There is even technology specifically designed for senior citizens. From home modifications to social networks to other technological assistance for the elderly, there is something that could ... Continue Reading
  • Aging in Place Might Be the Best Solution for Your Elderly Loved One Are you wondering where your elderly loved one is going to live now that they are getting even older? If so, they may want to stay in their home. The truth is that many elderly people are able to age-in-place. If the proper precautions and solutions are put into place, your ... Continue Reading
  • Tips to Help Prevent Oral Cancer Are you worried that your elderly loved one might get oral cancer? Maybe you knew someone that had this type of cancer. It can be scary. However, there are many tips that can help your elderly loved one to prevent oral cancer. While there is never a 100% guarantee that ... Continue Reading
  • Best Books to Help Keep Your Elderly Loved One’s Brain in Good Shape Over time, as your elderly loved one gets older and older, they will need to keep doing things that keep their brain healthy. If they just sit around and stop doing certain activities, they are much more likely to experience cognitive declines. Research shows that one of the ... Continue Reading

Home Care Resources

  • Initial Steps to Take When Arranging Senior Care Services Your mom and dad need help at home. They're ready for senior care services, but you're not sure where to start. These are the initial steps to take when arranging care. Go Over the Care They Think Would Help Find a list of care services online and go over them with your ... Continue Reading

Memory

  • Best Books to Help Keep Your Elderly Loved One’s Brain in Good Shape Over time, as your elderly loved one gets older and older, they will need to keep doing things that keep their brain healthy. If they just sit around and stop doing certain activities, they are much more likely to experience cognitive declines. Research shows that one of the ... Continue Reading

Parkinson's Disease

  • Information for Family Caregivers Regarding Parkinson’s Disease There are millions of people in the world who have Parkinson’s disease. With this being said, there are many family members who want more information regarding how to provide care for their loved one. The truth is that there isn’t just one way to manage Parkinson’s disease. ... Continue Reading

Quality of Life

  • Six Ways to Keep Your Parents Engaged This Winter Below zero temperatures, freezing rain, snow squalls, and ice storms make getting outside hard during the winter months. You worry that your parents are growing bored. You only have time to stop by on a Saturday afternoon. What are the best ways to keep your parents engaged ... Continue Reading

Senior Care

  • Important Skincare Tips for Winter Climates Aging changes the skin in several ways. Collagen production decreases. Older adults don't sweat as much and oil gland production also slows. All of that can lead to dry, itchy skin. In the winter, the dry air adds to the problem. These winter skincare tips help your mom keep ... Continue Reading
  • How to Help Your Senior Loved One to Stay Social Senior Care in Larchmont NY Even though your senior loved one is retired, it is still important for them to interact socially with others. When they have no workplace to go to every day, it can be easy for them to become socially isolated and withdrawn, but this can have ... Continue Reading

Skin & UV Safety

  • Important Skincare Tips for Winter Climates Aging changes the skin in several ways. Collagen production decreases. Older adults don't sweat as much and oil gland production also slows. All of that can lead to dry, itchy skin. In the winter, the dry air adds to the problem. These winter skincare tips help your mom keep ... Continue Reading

Technology & Aging

  • Modern Technology Can Help Your Elderly Loved One There are so many technological advancements in this day and age for everyone. There is even technology specifically designed for senior citizens. From home modifications to social networks to other technological assistance for the elderly, there is something that could ... Continue Reading