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How to Discuss the Topic of Home Care with an Aging Parent

The average senior spent many years working and running a household, so they don’t want to be lectured by their kids about something like home care. Sadly, convincing an aging parent to accept home care may be the difference-maker between them keeping their freedom and independence, or not.

How to Be Sure You’re Hiring the Right Home Care Company

Finding a home care company for your loved one that you both agree upon can be hard. At First In Care in Bradenton, we are a private, fully licensed and insured home care agency with compassionate caregivers that are carefully screened and highly trained beforehand. Our agency’s mission is keeping seniors as safe and comfortable as possible so they can stay right where they want to be.

Online Caregiver Match-Making Vs. Agency Hires

When it comes to a loved one’s caregiver needs, does it make sense to take a page out of the online dating playbook? Can a great home care aide be discovered virtually? Here are factors everyone needs to consider when browsing those online caregiver profiles.

What can a Home Care Worker Do for Me?

As seniors get older, it can become more and more challenging to handle daily tasks and to manage living independently in a single-family home. A retirement community, assisted living center or nursing home are always options, of course, but many times seniors want to spend this season late in life in the places they love and doing the things they enjoy most.

Must-Know Questions & Answers About Hiring a Private Caregiver

Soon I will have to hire an in-home caregiver for my husband. My thoughts have turned to the obvious: Who can help us? What skills must his caregiver have? Costs? How do we hire the right person? Such questions lead to more questions, and here is where I am: Should I use a senior home care agency or what about hiring a private caregiver? Differing opinions abound among family and friends. But facts count more than opinions, so I’ve started asking questions—and getting answers.

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