Senior Care Advice

Hospital-to-Home Talks with Your Elderly Loved One

2023-11-03T13:17:37+00:00September 4, 2023|Senior Care Advice|

Do you have a loved one who will soon be needing in-home care, especially after major surgery? Then you will soon know the feeling of having your routines disrupted almost beyond recognition. Often, the most difficult part of this is having to discuss, with the household's newest member, how things will be run. This seemingly arduous task can be made easier by what you do and say in the time leading up to the introduction of your loved one into the household.

Questions for Hiring a Special Needs Caregiver

2023-11-03T13:22:26+00:00August 14, 2023|In-Home Care, Senior Care Advice|

In-home care for special needs children is a great option for working parents, senior parents of adult special needs children or parents who need a little break now and then. It allows your kids to feel comfortable in a familiar environment and helps them to feel safe by keeping their schedule predictable and consistent.

Tips for Handling Feisty Patients as a Caregiver

2023-11-03T13:44:01+00:00June 26, 2023|Alzheimer's & Dementia, Senior Care Advice|

‍One of the challenges of caring for those with dementia or declining mental faculties is the risk of physical assault from the patient. These attacks can often occur unprovoked and can take the caregiver completely by surprise. When faced with this possibility, caregivers can take precautions to protect themselves, but also to protect the health and future care of the patient themselves.

Thanksgiving Planning Tips for Hosting Elderly Relatives

2023-11-03T13:50:16+00:00May 8, 2023|Senior Care Advice|

Family gatherings and reunions serve as an excellent way to reunite the family. Planning gatherings such as these can be very stressful, especially if you have family members who are elderly you must attend to, as well as cooking, contacting everyone and rounding up the kids.

Transitioning to Home Care from Hospital

2023-11-03T13:53:28+00:00April 24, 2023|Process of Aging, Senior Care Advice|

Everyone says, “Home is where the heart is.” But we know that home is also where your comfort zone resides. After a long hospital stay or surgery, helping you return to your home and your daily routine is the next step. After leaving a medical facility, you will feel vulnerable. Your recovery has not ended simply because you are home. Before leaving the hospital, discuss your home care with your doctor or nurse.

Summer Safety: Protecting Elderly from Heat & Sun

2023-11-03T14:00:21+00:00March 27, 2023|Senior Care Advice|

Warm summer weather and sunshine provide a perfect opportunity to spend more time outside, especially for elderly loved ones. However, too much sun and heat can cause serious health complications if not monitored properly. Carefully consider some of the potential complications and solutions of spending too much time outside in the sun.

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