Caregiver helping a man with Alzhiemers

Alzheimer’s disease is not a physical disability that can be covered by simple in-home services. It’s a brain disorder that affects the part of the human brain that is concerned with memory formation and recognition.  Alzheimer’s patients require the services of skilled persons to deal with them in the best possible way, lovingly and delicately.…

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Cost of Care at home vs a nursing home

We all age and there comes a time in our lives where our aged loved ones need outside help even for day to day living. In such cases, the help of caregivers is necessary so that the senior citizens can live only with the assistance of such in-home care professionals. Once an aged person requires…

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Home Care in Greenville SC Children with Aging Parents

As your parents get older, how can you be sure they’re taking care of themselves and staying healthy? When you visit your aging parents, start by considering these questions:   1. Are your parents able to take care of themselves? Pay attention to your aging parents’ appearance. Failure to keep up with daily routines —…

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Home Care in Greenville SC Seniors with their family at home avoid hospitalization

There are tons of ways to prevent hospitalization in seniors. If you’re a care provider (offering home care services and others) and would like to help your patients stay healthy, here are some tips: 1. Exercise Staying healthy entails keeping one’s body active. According to the National Institute on Aging, seniors should engage in regular physical activities…

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From the Heart Home Care Caregiver

When to Seek for Home Care First, if your loved one has recently experienced a fall or injury. A home care provider can help them recover and return back to a normal routine. Also, if they have been diagnosed with a life-altering condition like diabetes, a home care providers can help them establish habits to…

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cropped view of senior man playing with puzzles on table

In the early stage of Alzheimer’s, most people function independently. He or she may still drive, take part in social activities, volunteer, and even work. Your role as a care partner is an important one: to provide support and companionship. He also helps that person who is with Dementia symptoms and plans for the future. “Early…

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A Good Caregiver

We want to highlight the importance of caregivers. A caregiver is a person who provides any type of physical and/or emotional care for an ill or disabled person at their home. Loved ones in need of care include those suffering from a physical or mental illness, disability, substance misuse, or other condition. In most cases,…

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Seniors Staying Active During Covid-19

The fear and spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) has pushed many people to shelter in place during the quarantine. Suddenly, people are restricted to their homes. Since the disease is especially dangerous for seniors, it’s important that families help ensure that their loved ones can remain at home. But remaining home-bound can cause feelings of isolation…

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Home Care in Greenville SC Children with Aging Parents

As your parents get older, how can you be sure they’re taking care of themselves and staying healthy? When you visit your aging parents, start by considering these questions: 1. Are your parents able to take care of themselves? Pay attention to your aging parents’ appearance. Failure to keep up with daily routines — such…

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