World Alzheimer’s Month: How to Know it’s Time for Alzheimer’s Care Services

Alzheimer’s is all too common among seniors, and many families aren’t sure how to give their loved one the proper Alzheimer’s care. If your loved one is demonstrating any of these symptoms, it might be time for Senior Helpers to step in.

Don’t Put Off Getting Help. 4 Reasons to Enlist Senior Care Services Early

The only thing more important than enlisting senior care services for your loved one is enlisting them before it’s too late. Here’s why it’s so important to seek help for your senior early on.

6 Senior Home Care Methods to Make Your Home Safe for Seniors

It’s tough to have peace of mind when your home poses several dangers to your elderly loved one. It’s key to ensure that your home is safe and free of hazards, and it’s easier than you think. By taking a few senior home care precautions you can keep your senior safe, give yourself peace of mind, and prevent a serious accident from occurring.

What Is Companion Care and How Can It Help Your Loved One?

Physical health is important, but mental health is equally important. Seniors often suffer from loneliness and depression as their social circles dwindle, which negatively affects their physical health and well-being. Senior Helpers’ Companion Care services are the answer

Should Your Aging Loved One Drive? Four Signs it’s Time for Senior Home Care Services

Driving might seem like a relatively simple, routine process, but as we age it can become more and more difficult. At Senior Helpers, we want your loved one to be safe behind the wheel; our senior home care services are designed to let your loved one safely go about their daily life.

October is National Cholesterol Month: Tips to Help Your Senior Loved One Eat Healthy

A balanced, healthy diet can help make other aspects of in-home senior health care much easier. While your senior doesn’t need the same number of calories they did decades ago, they still need a strong dietary plan. Here are some tips on how to make that happen.

Five Senior Care Resources We Offer at Senior Helpers

At Senior Helpers, we believe not only in giving back to the seniors in our community but also in educating families on their funding options, our types of care, and what partners we work with. By perusing our senior care resources, we hope that you will feel more informed and confident about the process.

Does My Loved One Need Dementia Care? Six Signs to Look For

Dementia is all too common among seniors, and many families can be unsure how to give their loved one the proper case. Often, it can prove overwhelming. If your loved one is demonstrating these symptoms they could need dementia care.

How to Help Combat Loneliness in a Senior Loved One with Senior Care Services

Unfortunately, loneliness is a common problem among seniors. According to a UCSF study, 18% of seniors live by themselves, and 43% claim to feel lonely on a regular basis. While none of us are strangers to occasional feelings of loneliness, isolation isn’t a choice for seniors with health concerns or mobility issues. Reluctantly, it can become their lifestyle. It can be difficult to stay active or keep in touch with friends for seniors who are homebound. In addition to health detriments, isolation and loneliness can also lead to severe psychological issues. As much as you’d like to always be there to keep our loved one company 24/7, that’s not always possible with a busy schedule and other obligations. With our attentive, experienced, and compassionate caregivers, Senior Helpers’ senior care services is the perfect resource for staving off your loved one’s loneliness.

In-Home Senior Care Tips: 6 Ways to Create a Safe Environment in Your Senior Loved One’s Home

If you’re the primary caregiver for an elderly loved one, you know that one of your biggest concerns is worrying about a fall. We all lose some of our coordination as we age, and even highly-independent seniors are at risk of falling. Our elderly loved ones are far more prone to serious injury when falling than those who are younger. Falls are the leading cause of injury and death among adults 65 years of age and older, and the most common cause of nonfatal injuries. Here are a few in-home senior care tips for preventing falls.





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