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Home Care Support for Your Loved One While You’re at Work

Your senior parents shouldn’t be left at home all on their own. Someone should at least be with them to supervise and attend to their needs. It’s definitely not possible to be with your senior parents most of the time without having to sacrifice your family, social, or work life. Opting about sending your loved … Continue reading

Making a Decision about End of Life Care

When a loved one is diagnosed with a terminal illness, discussions about end of life care can be difficult. However, no matter how uncomfortable the air might be in your family, end of life care options need to be examined and considered. It is at this point in time that your loved one needs the … Continue reading

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How to Find Out When a Senior Loved Needs Assistance

The decline in physical and cognitive abilities are natural parts of aging. People who enter their golden year’s experience changes that affect their capability to deal with a daily routine. While some people find it easy to adapt and keep pace with the changes brought by the progression of age, others find it difficult. How … Continue reading

Taking Good Care Of A Loved One With Dementia

Taking care of a loved one with dementia may seem like a very frustrating task that can get emotional at times. Dementia is the broad definition of the deterioration of a person’s mental abilities, and as their condition gradually worsens it can terribly get in the way of their daily activities. We understand that families … Continue reading

5 Things Your Parent with Dementia Wants You to Do

Seeing a loved one have to live with dementia can be extremely difficult to deal with. There are bound to be bouts of stubbornness, confusion, and resistance, and you may often find yourself confused as to how to address all of these in the best way possible. However, you should always remember that you are … Continue reading

Making Sure Your Elderly Parent Is Safe at Home

Safety is and should always be a top priority when it comes to deciding the best way to provide care for your elderly parent. Especially if your senior loved one would like to stay at home and receive care from there, it becomes absolutely necessary to make changes to the home and ensure it becomes … Continue reading