Making decisions is always difficult. This is especially true when the decision involves finding the right caregiver for your elderly loved one. There are many things to consider on top of the cost and the type of care involved. Hiring the right candidate for a senior home health care NJ can be very stressful and […]
You have already decided to get a caregiver for yourself or your elderly loved one. However, you are torn between hiring a private caregiver or acquiring the services of a home health care agency. Which is better? Which option is best for you? Let us find out. Both options allow you to receive care in […]
As people age, it can be difficult to know if an elderly person is just dealing with normal everyday forgetfulness or whether dementia could be quietly creeping in. Dementia carries early warning signs, and it helps to know what you are looking for. By learning more about the nuances of dementia, you can more easily […]
A temporary change in a senior’s routine may be a coincidence, but when they start doing things that are out of character regularly, it is cause for concern. For example, if you visit an elderly person to find that the entire house is covered in dust when they have kept a neat, tidy home all […]
Our veterans once provided a valuable service to our country by serving in the armed forces. In honor of their service, the veterans’ home care program is designed to care for them later in life when the activities of daily living become more challenging. Most veterans prefer to continue living at home just as civilians […]
Our bodies serve us well throughout our lifetimes, yet, the day will come when many of us need assistance for a long period or the rest of our lives. At some point, normal activities such as getting dressed, taking a shower, and eating become too difficult to do without help. Senior services such as adult […]
July 28th is World Hepatitis Day. What do you know of this virus? If your mom or dad has one of the viruses, you’re probably well aware of the changes it brings to usual routines.
Safety is something that seniors who are aging in place and their families are concerned about. In-home care is one way that seniors can stay at home.
May is stroke awareness month, so as a family caregiver, this is something you may want to learn about in regard to your elderly loved one.
Healthy vision is a big part of keeping your senior as comfortable and happy as possible.