Dementia: How To Take Care Of Your Parent With This Disease

15 July 2020
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When your parent starts aging, it can be a bit traumatic for you; when they suffer from something like dementia, it can turn your entire world upside down. Dementia is a disease in which patients suffer from both memory loss and judgment, which can make their ability to function on their own almost impossible. For instance, a lot of patients who have dementia will forget where they are when they are on a walk, causing them to get lost. Read More 

Helping A Loved One Adjust To In-Home Elderly Care

13 March 2020
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It can be difficult to watch someone you love need help when you don't have enough time in the day to be there to meet all their needs. Elderly care in the home makes it possible for you to have someone take care of a parent or other elderly loved one who is no longer able to remain completely independent. From having help cleaning the house and doing basic chores to having someone to assist with personal care needs, adjusting to having a professional caregiver in the home can take some time. Read More 

3 Ways An In-Home Health Care Provider Can Assist You

26 August 2019
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There are many reasons you may want to rely on the expertise of a professional in-home health care provider. This is especially true if you have elderly parents that need assistance. Working to have the most peace of mind possible is vital, and knowing your loved ones are adequately cared for is ideal. It's in your best interest to know how this professional can be of assistance to your family. Read More 

Has Your Senior Mother Lost A Large Amounts Of Weight? 3 Ways In-Home Care Prevents Malnutrition

28 June 2019
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Weight loss is a sign that a senior may not be eating their meals or enough of the right foods. As your mother ages, there are many reasons why she may become malnourished. Sadly, malnourishment places your mom at risk for additional health problems such as falling due to dizziness or being unable to heal properly after an illness. While you should always check for a physical cause of malnourishment, it is possible that your mom has simply stopped preparing well-balanced meals for a specific reason, such as being depressed. Read More 

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