Dry Skin on Seniors

Skin problems occupy a major role in senior care and those involved in-home care assistance of aged people must know how to deal with various skin conditions caused due to advancing age. As your aged parents or grandparents become older there is excess water loss in the skin and they get into a condition called…

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Senior Fall Risk

 Falling and getting injured is a part of an elderly person’s life. Most of the home care solutions are requested for attending on seniors who are injured in a recent fall. The risk of falling and getting seriously injured is a real threat to the well being of elderly persons. Even in addition to the…

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Alzheimer's Patient

Alzheimer’s disease is a form of mental condition that causes dementia in a  senior patient. If you are a caregiver for an elderly patient you must know that they always tend to wander away from home.   You must be very careful in watching them and take all precautions so that the person in your elder…

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Heart Attack Survivor

If you have suffered a heart attack recently and back from the hospital you have undergone a life-threatening and harrowing experience. You are fortunate enough to come back to your home after your treatment in your hospital, you need to make some vital changes to your life and take home health care seriously.  As a…

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Looking after the elderly by keeping them at home is a thing that requires much attention. Taking care of the people who reach a certain age – most cases above 55 – can not be taken as a casual routine activity. Elderly people need special care and plenty of time to stay healthy. Some people…

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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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Seniors Together In Senior Village In Home Care Agency

As we have discussed many times on our blog, it is apparent that seniors would prefer to stay in the privacy and comfort of their own home as they age. A recent AARP survey found that, for adults over the age of 65, 88% indicated that they would prefer to remain in their own homes…

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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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