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Signs You Need Additional Care In Your Home

Whether you are older and not getting around as well as you used to or you have lost your ability to fully care for yourself due to injury or surgery, senior home care services can be beneficial to you. Do you need additional care in your home? You may, and your insurance may be able to help you cover some of the costs, particularly if your doctor has concerns or has made a recommendation for services. Read More 

Not Getting Through To Them? What To Do When Your Parents Don’t Want In-Home Care

If you're worried about your parents, and it's time to get them some in-home nursing care, it might not be as easy as you'd hoped it would be. Aging isn't always a simple process. Your parents may not be ready to accept outside assistance, especially when they see it as an attack on their ability to care for themselves. When it comes to hiring in-home nursing care for your aging parents, it's important that you be prepared for some resistance. Read More 

Tips To Help You Get The Most Out Of Your In-Home Senior Care Experience

As you grow older it helps to have someone around that can help out from time to time. Some of the activities and tasks that you used to perform with ease might not be as easy as they once were so it's good to know that you'll be assisted when necessary. If you've made the decision to get in-home senior care, you might be a little anxious about what it's going to be like. Read More 

Ready To Bring Your Loved One Home From The Hospital? 3 Ways To Keep Them Comfortable While They Recover

The past few weeks have been rough, but your loved one has shown their inner strength. Now that they are returning home, you know the importance of making sure that they have everything in place to avoid a secondary injury or infection. As you begin to prep their home, use these strategies to ensure their comfort while putting everything in place that they need to heal. Understand What They Need During Recovery Read More 

Four Benefits Of Assisted Living Communities

Assisted living communities provide older adults with a higher quality of life, compared to living alone. As you age, living alone can become challenging. The ability to keep up with housework, maintain social ties and keep important appointments often declines. Today, a wide variety of assisted living options are available to suit the needs of the growing senior population. If you, or a loved one is considering moving into an assisted living facility, here are four benefits for you to know. Read More 

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Getting Help From Home

After I was diagnosed with a serious medical condition, I didn't know what to do. I was frustrated with the idea that I wouldn't live forever, and I was really concerned about being there for my kids. Fortunately, my doctor recommended a home health care regimen, which would mean doctors and nurses would come to my house. I was worried about what it would be like to work with professionals at home, but I thought it was a great option. The service was spectacular. Seeing doctors at home freed up my time and made me feel a lot more comfortable. This blog is all about how home health care can help you.

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Signs You Need Additional Care In Your Home
15 March 2019

Whether you are older and not getting around as we

Not Getting Through To Them? What To Do When Your Parents Don't Want In-Home Care
18 August 2018

If you're worried about your parents, and it's tim

Tips To Help You Get The Most Out Of Your In-Home Senior Care Experience
5 March 2018

As you grow older it helps to have someone around

Ready To Bring Your Loved One Home From The Hospital? 3 Ways To Keep Them Comfortable While They Recover
27 July 2017

The past few weeks have been rough, but your loved

Four Benefits Of Assisted Living Communities
27 January 2017

Assisted living communities provide older adults w

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