Category Archives for Home Care Assistance

Making Healthy Lifestyle Choices to Better Manage High Cholesterol

Manage High Cholesterol

The pandemic has altered many things, from social gatherings and travel to book clubs and lunch dates with friends. While these unplanned and dramatic changes to life as we know it may cause some uncertainty and anxiety, it’s helpful to look for the silver lining in the situation: newfound time to focus on ways to […]

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Successfully Manage Chronic Health Conditions with Home Care Services

Home Care

A diagnosis of a chronic health condition raises a lot of questions and concerns for seniors: How will I manage the myriad of medical appointments, procedures, medications, etc.? What happens as the condition progresses over time? And most importantly: Can I continue to remain living at home?

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Help Make Aging in Place a Reality with These Tips for Seniors

Aging In Place

As Dorothy Gale says in The Wizard of Oz, “There’s no place like home,” and according to a recent study, nearly 87% of seniors agree with Dorothy, expressing a desire to remain at home and in their community as they age. These findings aren’t surprising, as home is more than a physical space, but also […]

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Respite Care Helps Family Caregivers Avoid Burnout

Respite Care

We all want what’s best for the older adults we love, and that’s especially true for those who have dedicated their lives to caring for a senior loved one at home. Caregiving is a selfless, challenging, and intensely rewarding experience, and taps into our reserve of patience, compassion, empathy, and stamina. If we’re not careful, […]

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How to Identify if an Older Adult Needs Assistance at Home

Senior man with a walking stick being comforted by nurse in the hospice

The signs at first may be quite subtle. An older adult you love may begin to be a bit more forgetful. There may be a shift in how the home is maintained, such as dishes left in the sink, or the yardwork left unattended. Identifying the defining line that indicates the need for home care […]

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