Developing a Long-Term Care Plan for an Older Adult

Mar 05, 2019

How to Develop a Long-Term Care Plan for an Older Adult During our senior years, we want to prepare ourselves for anything that can happen. Creating a long-term care plan lets you get ready for situations that increase your need for care. This guide will cover senior long-term care needs and how planning ahead can […]

Tips for Caring for a Loved One With Dementia

Feb 26, 2019

How to Care for a Loved One With Dementia If you take care of someone with dementia, you have unique goals to accomplish. When you use the right dementia care strategies, you and your loved one can live happier and healthier lives. These five tips for caring for relatives with dementia will help you through […]

Bathroom Safety for Seniors

Feb 12, 2019

Making A Bathroom Safe for Seniors As a senior’s care needs change, so do their daily routines. Changes in mobility and cognitive function can make navigating the bathroom more difficult. By modifying your bathroom to become more accessible, you can increase you or your loved one’s autonomy and safety. Try these four strategies and modifications […]

Recognizing Cognitive Decline in Older Adults

Jan 17, 2019

If you care for a senior loved one, you understand the importance of their cognitive abilities. Aging can make someone more vulnerable to memory-related issues and cognitive decline. You want your relative to keep their mind sharp so they can live a fulfilling life. By noticing the signs of cognitive impairment before they progress, you […]

Should a Senior Get Home Care if They Don’t Live Alone?

Jan 10, 2019

As a caregiver for a senior relative, you want your loved one to have the best quality of life possible. You may consider getting home-care services for extra support. However, many caregivers hold themselves back from asking for help. We want you to know that requesting care services can improve the well-being of you and […]

Top Signs That a Loved One May Need Home Care

Oct 22, 2018

In the United States, there are about twelve million people who require home health care in some form. The American population is aging. Adults age 65 and older make up at least 15 percent of the populace. Additionally, there are at least 10,000 Baby Boomers celebrating their 65th birthdays every single day. One of those aging people could be your […]

How to Care For Aging Parents When You Live Far Away

Jul 31, 2018

Let’s face it. Taking care of your aging parents from a different city or state can be a herculean task. This is because it involves a lot of traveling back and forth as you try to handle the day-to-day needs of your elderly loved ones. However much you love your parents, the logistics involved if […]

How to Help Older Adults Prepare for Natural Disasters

Jul 12, 2018

Natural disasters — anything from tornados to flash floods — can occur at any time without notice, causing damage to property and leading to loss of life. Older adults often bear the brunt of these natural calamities due to their frailty and advanced years. It’s easy to see that seniors need more help planning and […]

Talking to Older Drivers

Jul 06, 2018

Driving is the primary means of getting around for many people. However, it may pose a serious challenge, especially when elderly drivers are involved. Diminishing visibility coupled with increased frailty can cause all sorts of problems for an older driver. If you’re worried about the safety of your elderly loved one behind the wheel, then […]

How to Prevent Yourself From Burning Out When Caring for an Elderly Parent

May 08, 2018

Senior Caregiver Burnout Prevention  Call 786-360-3449 now for a free home visit! Watching the effects of aging take a toll on your parent isn’t the best experience. Most caregivers go through physical, mental and emotional distress due to the demanding nature of taking care of an elderly parent. Nevertheless, this doesn’t have to be you. […]

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