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5 Ways to Effectively Provide Care to an Elderly

Whether you are a caregiver, a nurse, or a family member who is taking of an elderly, we understand that your task is not easy, and is often challenging. Caring for an elderly requires a lot of energy, time and resources, so you can provide the proper care your patient needs. The truth is that … Continue reading

Providing Emotional Support to Families in 5 Ways Counseling

It is not easy to take care of someone who has dementia. For the loved ones or family members who unselfishly gave their all to their patients who have memory problems, impaired reasoning, and changes in personality, you must continue to hold on even if the tasks are already too overwhelming to handle. Here at … Continue reading

Taking Care of Your Aging Parents

As a baby, our parents gave us everything: love, care, and an amazing life. They sacrificed so much for us so that we can grow up to do what we want and to find success. However, as our parents grow older, they will need us to return the favor and make sure that they are … Continue reading

Getting Care in the Comfort of Your Own Home

Just because you are getting older it does not mean that you have to leave your home to get care at some nursing facility somewhere because we are a private affordable home health care service that has your best interested at heart. As home health care in Metro Vancouver, we offer a number of services … Continue reading

10 Ways to Get an Awesome Home Care Aide for Your Loved One

Have you ever experienced the feeling of being caught up with your work and you can’t even find the time to be with your elderly parents and attend to their needs? This situation can be particularly stressful for you because you’ll be bugged worrying about the welfare of your parents who are left at home; … Continue reading

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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