Does your parent or senior loved one require support to make it through common tasks each day? If so, it may be time for you to consider your care options. At home care allows your parent to safely stay in an environment where they’re comfortable, without you having to worry about their well being. Learn more about the benefits of at home care, and find out more about at home care costs.
How do you know when the time is right to seek out home care for your parent or senior loved one? They may be reluctant to have help. It’s a difficult transition from independence to health care, after all. However, there are a few signs you can look for to help you decide whether or not it’s time for home care. Find out when you should seek out a home care provider and learn some tips for choosing the best caregiver for your parent.
When you’re selecting senior care options, it’s important that you learn more about each type of care. Use this comparison guide to navigate the process.
Are you looking for different types of eldercare for your senior loved one? No two seniors have the same care needs, so there is a wide range of care options to choose from, each one designed to meet a different set of care preferences. Learn more about some of the most popular types of eldercare, and learn which option is best for your senior loved one.
According to the Chicago Tribune, approximately 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 every day. Although this generation has proven to be determined to age in a more healthy and independent way than the generations before them, boomers are still aging.
Can you remember a time when your cell phone wasn’t just an arm’s length away? For many of us, technology advances have given us the chance to connect, to learn, and to work from anywhere. However, technology isn’t just giving benefits to millennials or younger generations—it is proving to be beneficial for older generations as well.
Since returning from the hospital, Mabel has noticed she doesn’t have the energy to cook healthy dinners for herself and her husband. Fortunately, her daughter Tanya has been stopping by every Tuesday with food to stick in the freezer for Mabel to reheat throughout the week. Mabel is anticipating Tanya’s weekly visit tomorrow when she receives a call. Tanya has been traveling for work and her flight has been delayed. She will be stuck in Cleveland through Wednesday. Mabel is beside herself with worry—what will she do for meals this week?