Determining when aging parents need home care assistance is never easy. Here are five ways to ensure it's the right decision before approaching yours about the topic.
Searching for ways to keep your senior loved ones active at home can be challenging, but it’s a positive step that needs to be taken. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
If you’re separated from a senior loved one who lives an hour or more away, you’re considered a long-distance caregiver, and our hearts go out to you. To make your situation a bit easier, here are four tips that we’ve found helpful for families like yours.
Concierge caregivers are there to make life more comfortable for an aging seniors who may be unable to perform tasks they once were. The ultimate goal of concierge senior care is to help seniors continue to live comfortably at home.
Every year, thousands of seniors end up in the hospital because of accidents at home, medication mismanagement, or physical or mental health issues. Fortunately, many of these hospital admissions are unnecessary and preventable following these five tips.
How can you be confident that the time has come? You don’t want to suggest it before it’s needed, but you also don’t want to wait too long. Here are five signs your senior loved one needs elder home care.
If you have one, your emergency kit probably contains standard survival supplies such as non-perishable food, drinking water, first aid equipment, blankets, batteries, etc. But if you have an aging loved one living in Florida near the coast, you'll need to take some additional emergency preparedness steps.
When a loved one chooses to die at home, the family's options include palliative care and hospice care. Although they share many similarities, palliative care and hospice care are not the same. This guide will help you honor your dying loved one's wishes by choosing the best option for them.