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 

How In-Home Physical Therapists Help Construction Workers With Back Arthritis

9 May 2017
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Construction workers need strong backs to manage the demands of their career. Unfortunately, back arthritis may strike them and make it more difficult to work. Thankfully, in-home physical therapists can help with this problem. Arthritis In The Back Is Debilitating When a person suffers from arthritis in the back, they suffer from many severe problems that can make life difficult. For example, they are likely to feel severe pain in the back, into the buttocks, and into the hip. Read More 

3 Reasons To Hire An In Home Caregiver

12 April 2017
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If you have someone in your home that has special needs, then you may want to consider hiring an in home caregiver to help you care for them. This is going to allow this person to stay in your home, because the caregiver is going to simply move into your home or come on a regular basis. They are going to have the knowledge and the time to care for this person, allowing you to work or do whatever it is that you need to do. Read More 

3 Ways To Help Your Senior Parent Avoid Hospitalization

10 April 2017
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Hospitalizations can take a toll on your senior parent's emotional state. Although there are some instances in which hospitalizing your parent is absolutely necessary, there are many other situations that are preventable. Here are some ways you can keep your parent on the path of good health and avoid the hospital.   Hire a Home Health Care Aide Your parent's age does not automatically mean that he or she needs assistance in the home. Read More 

Elderly Parent Lives Alone And Cannot Drive? Tips So They Can Get Care They Need

20 March 2017
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If you have an elderly parent that cannot drive but still wants to live at home alone, you may find it difficult to provide them with things they need if you live far from them. If so, there are many things you can do to get some help. Below are two of these things so you can determine if they would be right for your parent. Doctor House Calls There are doctors that will make house calls to patients. Read More