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Benefits of Home Care

  • Why Self-Care For Caregivers Is So Important If you’re caring for a senior loved one then you probably already have heard from many different sources about how important self-care is. It’s Self-Care Awareness month so even though self-care is always important, this month is a great time to focus on self-care. Taking ... Continue Reading
  • Meal Prep Takes Time But Also Saves Time Have you ever taken a closer look at meal prep? It's the process of planning menus, shopping for groceries, and preparing meals and snacks. Use meal prep to get an entire week's worth of meals for your parents planned and prepared in advance. Meal prep does take time. You're ... Continue Reading
  • Best Ways to Help Your Elderly Loved One Get Their Appetite Back Is your elderly loved one experiencing a lack of appetite? If so, this could be very bad for their health. Many people who don’t have an appetite will lose a lot of weight in a short amount of time. In addition, they won’t be getting the vitamins or nutrients they need to ... Continue Reading
  • 3 Reasons Respite Care is Necessary for Caregivers If you’re caring for a senior loved one, especially if your aging loved one has a chronic illness, respite care from a home caregiver is something that is absolutely necessary for your own wellbeing. It’s very common for an adult child taking care of a parent to throw ... Continue Reading
  • Four Ideas for Motivating Your Senior to Bathe Bathing is important for hygiene reasons, but it can also help your senior to be more comfortable as well. If your elderly family member is resisting bathing, you might find some of these tips helpful. Give Her Something to Look Forward to Doing Afterward Planning ahead ... Continue Reading
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