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 

The Advantages For Your Toddler That Come Along With In-Home Nanny Services

8 September 2017
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For a long time, nanny services have been thought of as being something that is only available to those who are well off. However, nanny services are far more accessible these days and with the busy lives that everyone leads, they actually make good sense for many parents. It is true that having a nanny in your home will benefit you as a parent because it will give you more free time. Read More 

Is Your Child Transitioning From Hospital To Home? How To Make The Process To Home-Health Care Smoother

2 August 2017
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If your child has been hospitalized for an extended period of time, you've probably relied on the medical staff for most of your child's care. Now that your child will be transitioning to home care, the bulk of the responsibility will rest on your shoulders. If your child is going to require extensive hands-on care once they're home, you'll want to reach out to an in-home care provider. They'll be able to help provide your child with the care they'll need. Read More 

Can A Senior With Dementia Stay At Home?

27 July 2017
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If you have a relative who is starting to show the signs of dementia, you are probably pretty worried about them staying in their home alone. After all, mental and cognitive decline can happen at a rapid speed, and you want someone to be looking after their condition and making sure they don't get hurt. At the same time, your loved one might be adamant about staying put in their own home. Read More