Providing in-home senior care comes with many challenges. We should make sure our seniors have enough light to see while indoors. Here are ways on how to do it.
Combat the concern and frustration that comes with being far away from your beloved senior. These helpful tips can lead you towards becoming an effective long-distance caregiver.
Donating time and help is fulfilling and rewarding, especially for those who are older. Volunteering doesn’t have to be done in person, though! Read the top ways homebound seniors can volunteer.
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Providing care to those in need is a generous act, but it can also make great physical and emotional demands on you. The Pennsylvania Department of Aging reports that our state has the fourth-highest percentage of residents over age 60. So, even if you aren’t a caregiver, you likely know someone who is. Below, we discuss how you can prevent burnout when taking care of a loved one for extended periods.
While there may be no greater gift than growing old surrounded by loved ones, it is important to note that after the age of 60, our health can decline rapidly. So with that said, it is important to be on the lookout for red flags that may indicate functional decline.
Insomnia and other sleep issues can be detrimental to a senior’s health. Here are some ways seniors in Warren, PA and beyond can develop good sleep habits that will improve overall health.
What's the difference between a live-in caregiver and 24/7 Care? Find out more about which around-the-clock care is the right choice for your loved one.
A balanced diet and healthy nutrition can significantly decrease the risks of many diseases. Here are five of the best foods to increase senior health.
Sundowning refers to the difficulties that people suffering from dementia may experience around dusk. Thankfully, there are several techniques to alleviate the challenges of sundowning for patients in in-home care.
Dying with dignity is an important part of life. At Senior Helpers, we provide end-of-life care to help make passing calm and peaceful, as well as support to family members and caregivers.