In-Home Care

People who have Alzheimer’s disease or dementia eat less than they used to. This might be caused by medical issues with chewing, swallowing, or digestion. People might lose interest in food for a number of reasons. This can happen for a variety of reasons, including loss of taste, smell, memory ...

Less energy, weakened muscles, changes in mentation, and certain medical diagnosis are some obstacles that our seniors face  while aging. It is proven that when seniors are not able to perform their daily activities without someone’s assistance, the chances of falling increases. In 2014 approximately 2.8 million older adults were ...

People who aren’t health care professionals are providing significant care as the population ages. In the United States, around one-third of individuals act as informal caregivers for other adults. Anyone who helps another person in need, such as a sick spouse or partner, a disabled child, or an elderly relative, ...

Different people age in different ways. One individual may be able to live freely until they are in their 80s, while another may require in-home care much sooner. There are a number of signs that you should examine whether or not your loved senior requires in-home care. Many seniors may ...

There comes a time in your life when events begin to occur changing the dynamics of your role in your parents lives. For as long as you can remember your parents cared for and provided for all your needs, guiding you to adulthood. As your parents age, there becomes a ...

As you get older, you’re more likely to forget a word, where you left your vehicle keys or the name of a friend you ran into at the market. These little memory lapses occur. They, like creaking knees, wrinkled skin, and impaired eyesight, are a natural part of growing older. ...

Many families have stories about the struggles of caring for aging loved ones. If you’re among those who worry about elderly parents or grandparents or a beloved relative or friend, you’re certainly not alone. Perhaps dad has had a few falls and seems to be moving more slowly or you ...

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