Questions to Ask When Hiring In Home Care

Home health aides often take care of aging parents and spouses who need extra help.  Here are some questions to ask when hiring in home care.

As the United States ages and people live longer, the need for home care is on the rise. While many aging seniors receive care from unpaid family members, the need for home health aides will increase. 

The Benefits of Senior In-Home Care

What are the benefits of senior in-home care? 

With senior in-home care, your loved one can enjoy a sense of independence and the familiar comfort of home with just the right amount of support. Personalized care by a dedicated in-home caregiver provides your aging loved one with just the right amount of support.

For many people, in-home senior care is the right solution for helping an aging loved one maintain a healthy lifestyle. With senior in-home care, you’ll also get the increased peace of mind that you need to ensure the health and safety of your loved one. 

Spring Safety Tips for Seniors To Prevent Falling

In Spring, seniors can be just as prone to slipping and falling as during the winter months. Read on to find out more about how you can safeguard yourself during these transitional months.

Pre-Vacation Tips for Senior Citizens To Keep Things Safe At Home

If you’re a senior citizen leaving home to visit friends or family this summer, there are a few things that you can do to ensure that things stay safe at home while you are away.

Before leaving your home for a long weekend or vacation, there are many things you need to do, like emptying the garbage and making sure all of your doors and windows are secured. But there are also some less obvious things that can save you trouble, minimize expenses and prevent damage to your home. These simple adjustments can be made within just a few minutes right before you leave.

Signs of Aging vs. Signs of Dementia

Signs of aging include memory loss, impaired vision, and other limitations. Learn if these developing limitations are signs of aging or are early signs of dementia

Senior citizens know to expect common signs of aging, such as memory loss, cataracts, and limited vision. While some stereotypes about aging are often inaccurate, older adults often experience normal, age-related changes that affect their quality of life.

Typical age-related changes include:

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