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  • Medication Management for Seniors - Tips to Help Senior Loved Ones

    March 16, 2023

    Medication management for seniors can become increasingly challenging. Fortunately, there are ways you can ensure seniors are taking their medications on time and in the correct dosages. Read on!

  • Benefits of Music Therapy for Seniors with Dementia and Their Caregivers

    March 16, 2023

    Music therapy for seniors with dementia has emerged as a promising solution for addressing the challenges presented by the condition. Here's what you need to know about these services.

  • Meal-Planning and Grocery-Shopping for Seniors with Type 2 Diabetes

    February 27, 2023

    Managing type 2 diabetes can be challenging - but it doesn't always have to be! Here are ways how to prepare meals and purchase produce for seniors with type 2 diabetes.

  • Healthy Habits for Seniors That Will Help Their Overall Well-Being

    February 27, 2023

    It's essential to implement healthy habits for seniors throughout the year to keep them safe and healthy. Here are some tips to help you get started.

  • The Best Alternative Therapies for Seniors

    January 30, 2023

    Alternative therapies such as music and art therapies provide a way for seniors to express themselves. Here are some of the best therapies for seniors and how they can get started.

  • How to Organize Your Holiday Shopping If You Have Early-Stage Dementia

    December 20, 2022

    Holiday shopping for seniors with early-stage dementia can be quite challenging. Here are some tips to help them enjoy this holiday activity.

  • In Home Help and Heat Safety

    July 10, 2020

    It comes as no surprise that the summer season brings hot temperatures. The mercury is rising more and more as each summer day passes. The heat index can be even higher and be dangerous with extended periods of time spent outdoors.

  • Interesting Trips in Home Elderly Care

    June 26, 2020

    Multi-generational vacations seem to be a recurring theme and growing trend among the newest generation of seniors. More and more families are planning their trips with their aging loved ones.

  • Care for Alzheimer's

    June 12, 2020

    If you have a loved one if your life who is coping with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or other dementia related disease, you may worry that a major move to a nursing home or hospital is your only option. It is important to realize that your loved one can remain active in their community and stay in their own home to receive the type of care they need to perform daily activities.

  • Keeping Your Seniors Home Safe

    June 5, 2020

    As we age, it is highly desired to live comfortably in a familiar home environment for as long as possible. Staying in the community and remaining active are essential for a positive outlook on life and a better overall sense of wellbeing. As our senior loved ones get older, it is can be more complicated to remain at home, but it doesn’t have to be impossible.

  • Summer Fun for Seniors

    May 29, 2020

    The heat is officially on; even before the actual official start of summer! Many elderly loved ones have some trouble with regulating their core body temperature, usually due to medication, and overheating could become an issue on the especially hot summer days.

  • Happy Memorial Day with In Home Senior Care

    May 22, 2020

    Memorial Day originated after World War I and became an official holiday in 1971. Congress expanded this holiday to honor all Americans who have died while fighting for our country. This holiday is usually celebrated with rallies, parades, and memorial services.

  • Affordable In-Home Senior Care

    May 15, 2020

    Many seniors in the newest generation lead relatively active lives. They attend social functions and events in their community and would prefer to remain as involved in their activities as long as possible. Seniors do best with care provided in their homes.

  • Assisted Living at Home

    May 15, 2020

    In today’s society, it is common for extended families to be separated from loved ones by long distances. At some point in your loved one’s life they will become unable to properly care for themselves. In that instance, you are faced with the challenge of long-distance caregiving.

  • Helping Loved Ones Remember

    April 24, 2020

    If you are involved in the care of a loved one coping with Alzheimer’s or dementia, you may wonder how you can help them to remember their past. Caring for a loved one coping with Alzheimer’s disease can get complicated at times.

  • Laugh out Loud in Home Care

    April 10, 2020

    “You don’t stop laughing because you grow old. You grow old because you stop laughing.” –Michael Pritchard. It has been shown that it is possible to help your senior loved one stay young at heart with daily laughter. Laughing goes a long way in making a senior loved one feel vibrant and connected to life. Laughter helps them to feel better about themselves, those around them, and to share their blessings with others.

  • Healthy Snacks and in Home Elderly Care

    March 27, 2020

    A healthy meal is a great way to jump start or round off the day. Fueling our bodies with nutrients and hydrating often is the key to healthy living. Add a delicious meal to a table surrounded by friends and family and it’s a social event. If we make time to spend with those we love the most, we are bound to feel it in our hearts and the mood-boost will last throughout the week.

  • In Home Dementia and Elderly Care

    March 13, 2020

    When a loved one is diagnosed with dementia or other related disease, you may feel helpless as to how to help. Most seniors would choose to live out the reminder of their years independently in the comforts of their own home for as long as physically and financially possible. If you are chosen as the person your loved one counts on to make their senior care decisions, it is important to weigh the fact they would want to stay in their familiar environment.

  • In Home Elderly Care and Nutrition Tips for Seniors

    February 28, 2020

    As we age, it becomes more important to watch what we eat. Empty calories become more useless and cleaner eating is so much better for us. We all have fond memories of home-cooked meals that our grandparents and parents made for us while we were growing up. The meals were usually comfort foods like buttery mashed potatoes with gravy, meatloaf, and macaroni loaded with cheese. While these foods are okay to have every once in a while, they aren’t best for maintaining a healthy lifestyle if eaten on a regular basis.

  • In Home Assisted Living

    February 21, 2020

    Many families struggle with a decision to move their elderly loved one to a nursing home or assisted living facility. In home assisted living means that your loved one will not have to leave everything they cherish and love behind. There is no need for a life altering move to an assisted living home to receive the same high quality level of care. In home assisted living care is a positive option for those who wish to remain as active as they can in their community.

  • Healthy Heart Valentines and In Home Assisted Living

    February 13, 2020

    Chances are you received some sweets from a sweetheart or another loved one for Valentine’s Day. While savoring a sugary treat from time to time isn’t terrible, it’s important to keep your heart’s health in mind while snacking. Certain foods such as walnuts, chickpeas, and fruits have been medically proven to decrease your chance of heart disease. But don’t worry! Your taste buds can still enjoy a delicious and nutritious snack! There are plenty of ways to incorporate healthy foods into your favorite treats.

  • Signs of Heart Failure and In Home Elderly Care

    February 7, 2020

    Valentine’s Day is coming up and is the perfect time to express your love for someone you cherish; the entire month is ideal for focusing on the physical health of our hearts. February is known as American Heart Month and is a great time to take note of healthy and not-so-healthy habits that we may need to change to reduce the risk of heart disease. Heart disease is the main cause of death for men and women in the United States. A common sign of heart failure includes chest pain with tightening which can feel very intense. Adults over the age of 65 should be made aware of other signs of heart failure as well.

  • In Home Dementia and Elderly Care

    January 31, 2020

    Dementia and Alzheimer’s are serious illnesses that require a lot of help from a person’s friends and family to manage. The baby boomer generation of our population is now the fastest growing group in the United States. As people live longer, dementia is increasingly likely to affect us directly or indirectly at some point in our lives. It is important to not only respect our loved one’s wishes to remain independent in their homes for as long as possible, but to also provide the type of care they need to live successfully.

  • Dementia and Alzheimer's in Home Care

    January 24, 2020

    Dementia and Alzheimer’s are serious illnesses that require much help from a person’s friends and family to manage. The baby boomer generation of our population is now the fastest growing group in the United States. As people live longer, dementia is increasingly likely to affect us directly or indirectly at some point in our lives. It is important to not only respect our loved one’s wishes to remain independent in their homes for as long as possible, but to also provide the type of care they need to successfully thrive.

  • Winter Fall Prevention with In Home Senior Care

    January 10, 2020

    The cold winds are blowing; snow is likely falling where you are. Temperatures are dipping below records in some places and the furnace is constantly running to heat our homes. There’s no turning back; it’s definitely the middle of an ice-cold winter! Senior slips in the snow can be particularly dangerous this time of year. Your elderly loved one may not realize just how slick the sidewalks may be and a fall could cause a lot of damage to their body. Many elders will suffer a bone fracture of some kind or another, especially in their hips, ankles, shoulders and wrist. Unfortunately, a fracture like this can be critically life changing.