Choosing Home Health Care

Is Your Aging Parent Moving In With You? 3 Things To Do To Help Manage Their Chronic Health Conditions

Having your parent move into your house is a major adjustment for everyone. While you can look forward to spending more time together, you may also be apprehensive about how to establish an environment that supports your loved one's health when they have chronic health conditions. As you get ready for their moving date, use these tips to ensure that your household is prepared with everything your parent needs to continue their health care regimen. Read More 

Three Ways To Save Money On In-Home Elder Care

When it comes to choosing home care for your loved one, you have many choices available. Some people may choose home health care aides to provide daily support and care, but it may not always be the right option for your relative. If he or she doesn't require medical assistance or a registered nurse on a daily basis, you may be able to save money by hiring in-home elder care services and using the following options. Read More 

Have A Loved One Who’s Reluctant Towards Assisted Living? Home Care May Be A Solution

Most elderly people who need assistance in daily living activities would prefer to stay in their own homes for the longest time possible. Some seniors adamantly refuse to move to an assisted living facility. In such a case, home care is the best alternative. This is an arrangement where home care aides come into your loved one's home and offer assistance for a specific number of hours. So what are the benefits of senior home care? Read More 

Did Your Loved One Suffer A Stroke? 3 Ways To Promote Healing Once They Return Home

After a stroke, your loved one may face a long recovery that is impacted by their ability to receive support at home. While your loved one's physician will give you post-discharge instructions to follow, you will also need to plan for ways to make sure that your loved one is able to comply with each one when they may not be fully capable of living independently. As you prepare to bring your loved one home, use these tips to promote greater healing with the help of professional caregivers:  Read More 

How A Nanny Can Help Someone With Alzheimer’s Disease

If your elderly parent has Alzheimer's Disease, then you may not feel comfortable leaving them home alone. Alzheimer Disease is a form of dementia. It affects your memory, the way you think, and your behavior. There are around 5.3 million people who are 65 years or older living with this disease. This memory disorder becomes worse over time. It can even affect your ability to perform daily activities. Alzheimer's also puts stress on the patient and the family, and many Alzheimer's patients often feel isolated. Read More