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Here you will find helpful tips, loving advice, and useful information to make caring for an aging loved one a bit easier.


Safe Summertime Activities and Professional In Home Care

The middle of summer can get really hot and it’s usually best to stay indoors as much as possible. Since the easygoing weather of spring and fall is perfect for spending as much time outside as we can; why not take the dog days of summer inside. Take this time to venture out to nearby museums, theaters and aquariums. A fun day planned around a cultural event can be a lot of fun!

Importance of Sunscreen and In Home Help

The summer season is finally upon us. The days are longer; the sun and our moods are brighter. We are spending more time outdoors now that the chill of winter and unpredictability of spring is gone. With these warmer days and longer time spent outdoors, it is important to always remember to wear sunscreen.

Celebrating Fathers Everywhere and Senior Care at Home

June marks the end of school, the start of summer and a special holiday created for celebrating fathers everywhere. If your dad is like a lot of other dads, he’s probably expecting a new tie to add to his ever-growing collection. This Father’s Day, step outside of the box and give Dad something he won’t expect.

Summer Fun for Seniors and In Home Elderly Help

Summer is finally upon us; and after a particularly rough winter this year, we are welcoming the warmth! If your senior loved one is still relatively active, being outside as much as possible is probably on their agenda.

Memorial Day Memories and Professional In Home Care

Originally the Memorial Day holiday, celebrated on the final Monday of May, was called Decoration Day and was created to commemorate soldiers who died in the Civil War. Memorial Day is now extended to honor all Americans who have died while in the military service. For most of us, Memorial Day also signals the unofficial start of summer vacation season. Typically the campgrounds are packed and picnics with family and friends will fill this holiday weekend.

Helping Seniors Remember and In Home Help

As we age, it is common to gradually become more forgetful. Usually forgetfulness is not due to dementia and is simply a symptom of getting older and the things that slip our minds tend to be least important to our day to day life. Special dates like birthdays and anniversaries are usually cemented in our memory but an appointment or lunch date might slip our mind. If your senior loved one is showing more signs of forgetfulness and you also notice a change in personality, language problems and confusion, they might be experiencing early stages of dementia and would benefit from in home help and consistent, high quality support.

Favorite Mothers Day Stories and Senior Care at Home

There’s no doubt about the fact that our mothers are very important and we wouldn’t be here today without them. Mother’s Day is a wonderful time to sit and reflect on the ways that our moms sacrificed their time, sweat and tears to make sure that we were fed, dressed and sufficiently stimulated. Mom might have been the household chef and was either really good at her position or was able to make the smoke detector go off on a regular basis. Regardless of our mothers’ skills, they always tried and did their best. That is why Mother’s day is so important to recognize their efforts and to celebrate their unconditional love.

Picture Perfect Memories and In Home Care for the Elderly

If you are often in the company of senior loved one who might appreciate a trip down memory lane, take a look through some of their boxes of memorabilia in the attic or basement. Most of us have a pile of photographs we have forgotten about and would love to sit and reflect about past times if we had a chance and someone to tell.

Surprising Stress Fixes and In Home Elderly Care

Day-to-day life can get pretty hectic and even stressful at times. With busy schedules and time consuming projects, we can get wrapped up in our to-do lists and find it difficult to unwind. Long term stress can have long term effects if not kept in check.

Earth Day Activities for Seniors and In Home Elderly Help

What is a celebration without fun activities? Earth Day activities for seniors don’t have to be extravagant. Something as Earth-friendly as planting a tree together can be therapeutic and relaxing as well as a conscious effort to give back to our planet. Trees help to reduce greenhouse gases, clean our everyday pollution, and secure soil in place to prevent erosion. If planting a tree is inspiring, an organized group tree hug could be just as much fun with music and shared stories.


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