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One Thing Many Seniors Are Surprised to Learn About Home Care Support

By Tracy Clark | May 25, 2018

George flat out dismissed the idea of hiring a home care aide. His oldest daughter stopped by one afternoon to bring him some groceries and, seeing that he hadn’t been out to do anything for several days, recommended he get some help. He told her he was fine, he didn’t need assistance, but that wasn’t…

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Four Ways to Know It’s Time to Discuss Home Care More Seriously

By Andy Niska | Apr 30, 2018

When is the right time to begin talking about home care, either with your spouse, an elderly parent, or somebody else you care about? This is not easy to figure out, and if you are a bit premature, your suggestions could be met with resistance, and that’s putting it mildly. Below are four potential ways…

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Just How Much Does Your Elderly Parent Understand About Home Care Options?

By Greg Banks | Mar 21, 2018

Home Care Options for Seniors in Galloway NJ: Your mother is ‘getting up there in age.’ It’s not easy to witness the challenges she’s facing at this moment. You’ve been doing whatever you can to help, but your time is extremely limited. She’s asking you for more and more assistance but you have to refuse. Still, that doesn’t seem to stop the phone from ringing off the hook. You want to talk about home care options with her, but you just don’t know how that conversation will go over.

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How to Discuss Home Care with a Senior Who Has Been Opposed to the Idea for a Long Time

By Susan Di Michele | Mar 12, 2018

How do you talk to somebody about a particular topic if they simply don’t want to hear it? When it comes to home care options, some seniors will be adamantly opposed to the idea and when a family member or friend even starts to bring it up, they will shut them down. How can they…

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Yes, Home Care Might Provide Transportation for Aging Clients

By Walter L. Black, MBA, CSA | Feb 15, 2018

Home Care for Seniors Cordova TN-There are many benefits that home care support services can offer aging and disabled clients. They not only provide physical assistance so seniors and disabled adults can perform a number of basic tasks and still manage their own care within the comfort of their home, but some also provide transportation.

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It’s Not Easy to Sit Idly by While an Aging Parent Struggles at Home, and Though You May Not Live Close to Them, There Is Something You Can Do to Help

By Susan Di Michele | Feb 12, 2018

When somebody you care about suddenly needs help to stay safe, to get around the house, or to go to a store, you may feel completely helpless when you are hundreds or even thousands of miles away. You can’t really be an effective support system from this distance. However, you have work, your own family,…

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Three Reasons Home Care Is a Better Option for an Older Adult

By Tracy Clark | Dec 18, 2017

People get older every single day. Whether a person is in their 60s, 70s, 80s, or 90s, at some point in time they may have difficulty doing any number of things. Mobility could be an issue. Balance could be a safety concern. There are numerous reasons why home care is a great option to consider…

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Hiring Home Care Support May Help You Avoid ‘Picking Up the Pieces’

By Jermie Chadwick | Nov 14, 2017

What does it mean to ‘pick up the pieces?’ Essentially this refers to having to pick up the broken piece of something after it has been destroyed when it could have been better protected and avoided the mishap in the first place. When a person begins showing signs they’re having difficulty taking care of themselves…

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Home Care Is a Great Option for Seniors with Dementia

By Kyle Laramie | Nov 8, 2017

Dementia can affect people of many different age groups, but there is a greater risk as people get older. When a person has been diagnosed with any form of dementia, which can include Alzheimer’s, at first it may seem practical that a spouse or other family member can be their primary caregiver, looking after them…

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Helping Seniors Understand Why Home Modifications May Be Necessary

By Susan Di Michele | Nov 2, 2017

Making changes to a house can be necessary for any number of reasons. A lot of people, when they first purchase a home, might want to change the carpeting, colors on the walls, wallpaper, and even the window treatments. For seniors, home modifications may be necessary as a way to improve safety, especially as they…

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