Mar 7, 2024

7 Signs Your Aging Parents Need Help

2024-03-07T10:30:04-05:00March 7th, 2024|Aging Seniors, Assisted Living, Caregivers, Elderly Senior Care, Family, Home Care Assistance|

The holiday season is upon us and with the arrival of cooler weather comes visits from adult children and grandchildren, ready to spend time with aging parents and continue family traditions. But there are also some adult children who are unable to make the trip for a variety of reasons and learn about the challenges their parents [...]

Feb 29, 2024

7 Secrets to Senior Home Safety

2024-03-01T09:49:47-05:00February 29th, 2024|Aging Seniors, Alzheimer's, Assisted Living, Blog, Caregivers, Dementia, Elderly Senior Care, Family, Health, Health Care, Home Care Assistance, Home Health Care, Love, Senior Health Care, Senior Living, Snow Birds, Veterans|

Most seniors want to age in place at home. We all get that, right? Home – with our own stuff, familiar surroundings, negotiable floor space (most of the time), and plenty of privacy. But what about when a family has concerns about safety, mobility, and the ability of a loved one to complete activities of daily living? [...]

Feb 24, 2016

The Relationship Between A Caregiver and Patient

2016-02-24T10:30:45-05:00February 24th, 2016|Caregivers, Dementia, Health, Health Care, Home Health Care, Love|

Love, respect, kindness, patience, magnanimity, humor, forgiveness: these are the hallmarks of a wonderful relationship. For many elderly people, the quantity of personal relationships is severely diminished. Their friends passed away and their family lives remotely and seldom visits.  The person he or she spends the most time with is his or her caregiver. Therefore, the harmonious relationship [...]

Jul 31, 2015

VA Program Pays for Long-Term Care for Veterans

2015-07-31T15:24:03-04:00July 31st, 2015|Aging Seniors, Funding, Veterans|

Article written by Richard Eisenberg Here’s a frightening statistic from the just-released United States of Aging survey:  Only 3% of professionals supporting people 60 and older say they are very confident older Americans will be able to afford their health care costs as they age. (The survey was conducted by the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging, National Council [...]

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