The Top 5 Risk Factors Connected with Elder Care Abuse

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The Top 5 Risk Factors Connected with Elder Care Abuse

Providing the professional care that enables older adults to continue being healthy, independent, and happy is the goal of not only our professional senior care experts, but of all family caregivers who have ever helped care for an aging loved one. Considering the quality of life of older individuals is so important to us, it’s… Read more »

The 5 Warning Signs of a Stroke and How to Act on Them

The National Stroke Association lists stroke as the fifth top cause of death in America, with approximately 800,000 individuals having a stroke on an annual basis. This means that every 40 seconds a person in some location in the U.S. has a stroke. And every 4 minutes someone dies resulting from a stroke.

Managing Relationships After Traumatic Brain Injury

Along with the numerous life changes after a traumatic brain injury (TBI), personal relationships are affected in a number of ways as a result of: Modifications in responsibilities Changes in relationship roles Challenges with communicating Handling emotions and mood swings Relationships after traumatic brain injury often change and can result in feelings of uneasiness, which… Read more »

Could Your Blood Pressure Readings Be Inaccurate?

If you have been diagnosed with heart disease or diabetes or simply high blood pressure, chances are your doctor has advised you to take ongoing, regularly scheduled blood pressure readings with a home blood pressure monitor. Yet how do you know that the readings you take are dependable? And besides, what do those numbers even… Read more »

Experience the Joy & Wonder of the Holidays with a Senior Loved One

Although the yuletide season is generally thought of as a time that is joyous, full of spending time with those who are nearest and dearest, for older individuals, it can be anything but merry and bright. A combination of lost loved ones, memories of past holidays, health problems and more can impact seniors with lonesomeness… Read more »

Four Key Senior Care Questions Answered

It’s becoming apparent that it isn’t safe for Dad to remain at home alone, and so naturally, you know just where to turn for answers, right? No? Rest assured – there are many, many others in your situation. Millions of Americans are encountering the same concern, and most people don’t know a lot about home… Read more »

How to Help Your Aging Parents in the Sacramento, CA Area Remain at Home

In the course of growing older, many seniors start to experience difficulties with day-to-day activities, like bathing, dressing, planning and preparing meals, and driving safely, which can lead to the fear that the end result will be a loss of independence, and perhaps even the loss of living at home as well. However, there is… Read more »

Home Care for Veterans: What You Need to Know

Very often, families assume that as long as their loved one is covered by Medicare, covering the cost for care at home isn’t an issue to which they need to give consideration. Regrettably, this is a common misconception. As we shared in a previous blog post, most people use private funds in paying for care… Read more »

Cognitive Decline Linked To Senior Malnourishment: What You Can Do About It

In our last blog post, we outlined some age-related issues that can keep older adults from eating well, but what about when poor eating behaviors contribute to cognitive impairment? Malnourishment in older individuals is more common than you may think. As stated by the National Resource on Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Aging, as many as… Read more »

Care Tips for How to Live Life to the Fullest with ALS

As a neurodegenerative disease, ALS (also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease) can bring about a multitude of physical concerns that can lead to clinical depression. For those providing in-home care for ALS patients, it can be easy to become overwhelmed and be unsure how to best help the person live life to the fullest and… Read more »

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