When eating a meal becomes a challenge, there are many ways that caregivers can provide support at mealtime for people with dementia.
If your parent wants to stay home as they age, you can empower them to do so. Here are some great tips for taking care of parents aging in place.
Be Aware of Age-Related Disorders and the Best Form of Prevention Certain conditions or disorders can develop as we age that impact our quality of life. In time, this can affect our ability to live independently. “There are numerous conditions that our worth monitoring and may require the help of a caregiver so a senior can live a more productive and active life,” said Director of Operations Mary O’Connor at the Senior Helpers Northbrook office.
Here Are Some Ways to Keep Remembering Things - As seniors grow older, they start to notice some changes in their ability to remember things. Maybe, you went to the kitchen, but can’t remember why you went there. Maybe, you can’t recall the name of the person you’ve known forever.
Make Exercising Part of Your Routine
Your Parents Will Appreciate Your Thoughtfulness
Senior Helpers Points Out How to Know Something Isn’t Right
“Communicating with Loved Ones when They Need Us the Most” was the title of a presentation given to the Rotary Club of Libertyville, on February 27th by Operations Manager Robert Bicanic of the Northbrook-based Senior Helpers office serving the north and northwest suburbs. Bicanic spoke at Lambs Farm in Libertyville focusing on dementia, how it is a growing health problem and what you can do to help your family member with this disease.
Medical Conditions That Can Mimic These Symptoms
Getting Older Brings Senior Health Challenges
There are many things you need to know about hiring an in-home caregiver. Hiring someone to take care of your loved one is not as easy as you may think.
Senior Helpers Reviews the Options: What You Need to Know to Make a Decision
Senior Helpers is Seeking Qualified, Compassionate Individuals to Meet the Needs of Seniors
Hear How Caregivers are Trained to Help Your Loved One With Dementia and/or Parkinson’s
Senior Helpers Points Out Why Your Home is More Than Choosing a Decorating Scheme
The Community is Invited To Use the Free Dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Health Material
Senior Helpers Ideas to Help Keep Seniors Safe and Enjoying Life
How to Care for Yourself When Caring for Others
FOLLOW THIS ADVICE FROM SENIOR HELPERS FOR A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP
Autumn provides more than just falling leaves and dropping temperatures. The change of seasons from summer to fall can also bring changes to your health.
Support for Those Struggling with Senior Care Issues
This Award is Presented by a National Magazine Focusing on Families and Professional Caregivers
Senior Helpers Offers Advice You May Want to Consider
Senior Helpers can Help Seniors Remain Physically and Mentally Healthy
Senior Helpers Offers Professional Advice
HOME CARE PULSE© HONORS SENIOR HELPERS AS “BEST OF HOME CARE” SENIOR CARE AGENCY FOR FIFTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR
Senior Helpers Recommends Ways to Help Seniors Avoid Isolation
Free Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s DVDs will be Given to Attendees Senior Helpers and Advocate Lutheran General Hospital Sponsoring A Family Program and a Professional Healthcare Education Program
Senior Helpers and Advocate Lutheran General Hospital Sponsoring A Family Program and a Professional Healthcare Education Program, Wednesday, November 2, 2016
This Program is the First of its Kind in the In-Home Senior Care Industry
How can you keep your mind sharp whether you are living independently or in an assisted living facility? Today, experts know there are a variety of simple ways to help or even increase your brain function. You may want to try incorporating a few of these suggestions in your daily life.
Would you like to have a new passion in your life...and give someone else a new lease on life?
One of the most difficult decisions that so many families need to make is finding the best and safest living arrangement for a senior.