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In-home caregivers provide assistance with activities of daily living (ADL) such as meal preparation, dressing, grooming, medication monitoring, transportation and light housekeeping.

Is Senior Home Care Right for You?

In the beginning, family members are often available to step in and provide supervision and support, but eventually, a senior’s needs can get to the point where hiring a professional caregiver becomes the best option to maintain the health and safety of your loved one. However, when does that happen?

By |2021-07-05T02:50:47-07:00July 5, 2021|In-Home Care|

How Do I Discuss the Topic of Home Care with My Loved One?

Although many aging in place seniors are proud and self-sufficient, the stark reality is that most will eventually need at least some in-home assistance to maintain their independent lifestyle. On the other hand, convincing an elderly loved one to accept home care can be challenging and stressful. What follows are several reliable ways to overcome their objections.

By |2020-12-10T08:45:57-08:00December 21, 2020|In-Home Care|

How A Smartphone or Tablet can Benefit Home Care Patients

In today’s world, it seems like nearly everyone has a smartphone. People tend to assume that the one demographic excluded from this trend is the elderly. However, it is important to recognize that older adults can actually utilize and enjoy smartphones and tablets as well.  [Read More...]

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