6 Things to Consider About Aging at Home for Seniors

By |2019-03-25T15:16:26+00:00March 18th, 2019|ADLs and IADLs, Caregiver, For Loved Ones, For Seniors, In Home Care, Insurance, Long-Term Care|

The aging-in-place movement has added a whole new level of independent living options for seniors that don’t exist in the nursing home model of senior care. To be sure, many seniors prefer to stay at home during their golden years. Indeed, their health and well-being can thrive when they are allowed to live out [...]

Why Hire In-Home Care for Seniors? | Benefits of In-Home Care

By |2019-03-25T15:39:40+00:00March 16th, 2019|ADLs and IADLs, Caregiver, For Agencies, For Loved Ones, For Seniors, In Home Care, Long-Term Care|

When you have a loved one who is requiring more assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), it can be challenging. It is difficult to balance all of your commitments while still providing quality care to your senior family member. Plus, often, your senior family member may not want help from you. They may [...]

What Do Seniors Want & Need From Their Adult Children?

By |2019-03-11T15:40:30+00:00March 11th, 2019|ADLs and IADLs, Caregiver, For Loved Ones, For Seniors, In Home Care, Long-Term Care|

As parents age, the relationship between them and their adult children often comes to a bit of a crisis. Roles start reversing, and this can cause some tension and confusion. Relationships that were clear and comfortable may no longer be so; those that were already problematic may come to a boiling point. Or, aging [...]

Is Home Care Right for My Senior Loved One? When to Choose In-Home Care

By |2019-03-05T11:51:57+00:00March 7th, 2019|ADLs and IADLs, For Loved Ones, For Seniors, In Home Care, Insurance, Long-Term Care, Medicaid, Medicare|

There often comes a time when adult children or another family member might have to make different living and/or care arrangements for their aging parent, grandparent, aunt or sibling. Sometimes the spouse is still capable of handling any of these common changes, and the rest of the family should still include them fully in [...]

What is the Difference Between Medical Care and Companion Care for Seniors?

By |2019-02-27T16:32:20+00:00February 27th, 2019|ADLs and IADLs, Caregiver, For Loved Ones, For Seniors, In Home Care, Insurance, Long-Term Care|

 Facing the realization that an aging parent or loved one requires assistance to remain independent in their home can be difficult. Providing the care ourselves is often something we would like to do. But, often this becomes difficult with the responsibilities of job, family and other life commitments competing for our time. Living far [...]

Home Health Care and Non-Medical Home Care Services | What are the Differences?

By |2019-02-26T11:40:13+00:00February 26th, 2019|ADLs and IADLs, For Loved Ones, For Seniors, In Home Care, Insurance, Long-Term Care|

Home Health Care and Non-Medical Home Care Services: Is There A Difference? If you're in the sometimes difficult position of needing to provide home care for your aging parent or loved one, you may be faced with a plethora of choices and unfamiliar terms, such as: Long term care   Skilled care nursing In [...]

9 Inexpensive Products that Make Life Easier for Seniors

By |2019-02-19T15:30:34+00:00February 20th, 2019|ADLs and IADLs, Caregiver, For Agencies, For Loved Ones, For Seniors, In Home Care|

Daily living for seniors is chock-full of small moments. There are moments of joy, moments of reflection, and sometimes, moments of adventure. Inevitably, there are even frustrating moments, usually resulting from limitations. It’s common for everyday tasks to become a little more difficult as people age, and if you are less seasoned, you should [...]