3 Tips To Help Your Elderly Loved One Feel Less Lonely

10 February 2019
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As people age, they can have a harder time staying active and social. As their health declines, mobility may become an issue, and your elderly loved one may feel tired more easily. In addition, many seniors can no longer drive due to failing eyesight and poor resources. Without the ability to drive, staying connected to the world can become increasingly difficult. This can lead to loneliness and depression, which can take a negative toll on your loved one's health. Read More 

5 Ways In Home Care Can Make Life Better For An Aging Senior

27 September 2018
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Watching a loved one age can be a challenge! Loved ones tend to need more help with everyday care needs. There may come a time when it's best to start exploring care options. Luckily, there are many professional services out there to help with this need. In home senior care may be an option worth exploring. This can offer many benefits to seniors of all situations. Keep reading to better understand the ways in which in home senior care can make life better for an aging senior. Read More 

Three Times That Wellness Checks Can Be Advisable

31 January 2018
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One of the ideal things about partnering with a home health agency to provide care for an aged family member is that you can enlist a health practitioner for a wide range of different services offered within the home. When some people think of home aides, they imagine someone who either spends the day with the patient or perhaps even lives with him or her around the clock. While this can always be an option, it may not be necessary in your specific situation. Read More 

Time For Hospice Care? 3 Steps To Make Sure Your Home Is Ready To Meet Your Loved One’s Needs

20 June 2017
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If your loved one is battling a debilitating disease, and you've decided on in home nursing care, it's time to get your home ready. Preparing your home for hospice care is an important part of the process, and it's one that should involve the patient, the primary caregiver, and the family. Hospice care is a way to spend time with your loved one in a caring and peaceful environment. Now that hospice is necessary, here are three steps you should take to make sure your home is ready for the care your loved one will require. Read More 

3 Tips For Providing Information About Your Parent When Meeting With A Home Health Case Manager

15 May 2017
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If you have recently signed up your elderly parent with a home health care service, you may wonder what information you need to provide their case manager during the first meeting. If so, use the tips below to give them an overall picture of your loved one's health and needs. Give The Manager A List Of Medications One key piece of information the case manager will need is a list of your mother or father's medications. Read More