4 Ways You Can Make Living Alone Safer And More Comfortable For Your Elderly Parent

22 January 2019
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As one of the 12 million elderly people in the United State who are living alone, your parent likely enjoys their freedom but could use a little help maintaining a high quality of life. Whether they have some trouble remembering to take their medication at the right time or they can't keep up with all the chores that have to be done around the house on a regular basis, there are a variety of things you can do to make your parent's life safe and more comfortable while living alone. Read More 

Take Advantage Of Aid And Attendance Benefits

3 July 2018
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Aging can make it difficult to perform the daily tasks required to live comfortably. Veterans who struggle to feed, bathe, or otherwise care for themselves might need assistance completing these tasks. Family members may not be equipped to provide this care, so professional help is recommended. War veterans are entitled to financial help when it comes to securing the day-to-day care they need. This assistance comes in the form of Aid and Attendance benefits. Read More 

Three Reasons To Have Your In-Home Caregiver Take Care Of Grocery Shopping

25 January 2018
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For those who are young and middle aged, grocery shopping might sometimes be a hassle, but it's not something that is overly difficult. However, as you age, you may find that the idea of visiting your local grocery store to buy what you need can take a lot out of you. If you've reached the point at which you're considering arranging in-home senior care, you'll likely be thrilled to know that many health agencies offer grocery shopping on this list of services. Read More 

Are You Concerned About Your Elderly Neighbor? 3 Ways To Get Them The Help They Need

17 December 2017
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When you moved into your home, one of the things you loved most was the tight-knit sense of community that was obvious from the moment you entered the neighborhood. Over the years, your neighbor has provided you with wonderful conversations, and you might have even shared a meal or two. Now, however, you can't help but notice that the years have begun to take their toll. When you suspect that your elderly neighbor is struggling, it is important to reach out with these three strategies for encouraging them to seek help. Read More 

Two Strategies For Getting Your Senior Loved One To Agree To In-Home Care

17 November 2017
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It can be difficult for people to admit they need help. This is particularly true of senior family members who are proudly independent but may need assistance in a few areas of their lives. If you want to hire an in-home caregiver but your loved one seems resistant to the idea, here are two strategies that may help you win the person over. Get the Doctor to Suggest It Your loved one's primary care physician can be a powerful ally in getting your senior family member to consider hiring an in-home caregiver. Read More