Recovering In The Comfort Of Your Own Home

What Can A Live-In Home Care Aide Do For A Patient?

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When an individual needs care or supervision around the clock, family members may begin feeling overwhelmed with the task. It is often hard for family members to provide care all day long because they usually have many other obligations. However, family members of the person who needs the home care services can benefit from hiring a live-in home care aid to provide various services. Offer Help Both Day and Night Read More»

Everything You Need To Know About Hospice Care

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Life is not easy, but neither is death. When a loved one is sick with a terminal illness, it can be devastating. While it is important to fight the disease, there comes a time when fighting is no longer an option and the best choice is to make the patient comfortable. What is hospice care? Hospice care simply means that the medical care given to a patient focuses on the symptoms of the disease and alleviating any associated pain. Read More»

Three Ways To Keep Your Senior Safe From Slip-And-Fall Hazards

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If you’ve got an elderly loved one in your life who has chosen to age in place, you’re probably already aware that the average home needs some renovations in order to provide a safe haven for the elderly. Even if your elderly loved one doesn’t have any serious mobility issues, he or she may have diminished eyesight, reduced balance, and slower reflex times, all of which have the potential to increase the chances of slip-and-fall accidents occurring in the home. Read More»

Does Your Spouse Have Serious Memory Loss?

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If your spouse is experiencing serious memory loss, you are probably suffering as much as he or she is. After all, you are probably remembering when you were both young, with life still ahead of you. Maybe jokes like “Getting old is for sissies” ring too true. Maybe the words, “the golden years” have just taken on new meaning as you experience great expenses.  Maybe you already have a plan in place as your spouse is forgetting things more and more. Read More»

At-Home Senior Care Helps Those Who Have No Children

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You and your romantic partner decided years ago that you weren’t going to have children and you’ve had a great life together, exploring the world and doing things you wouldn’t have imagined possible. However, your partner has just passed away and you’re feeling very lonely without them in your senior years. Thankfully, at-home senior care can help you get the social interaction that you need. How Senior Isolation Happens Read More»