Fall Prevention for Seniors

Fall Prevention for Seniors

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that every year millions of accidental falls occur among adults 65 years of age and older. While many result in only minor discomfort, the others, depending on where they occur can result in serious injury,...
Alzheimer’s and Home Care – a good match?

Alzheimer’s and Home Care – a good match?

How do you know when it’s time for a loved one living with Alzheimer’s to transition to a long term care solution? Generally, the best indicator is an inability to adequately perform Activities of Daily Living (ADL). ADLs are routine tasks including meal preparation,...
Kitchen Safety for Seniors

Kitchen Safety for Seniors

The kitchen can best be understood as the heart of the home. It is oftentimes where memories begin and gatherings are fueled. It is utilized many times daily and fulfills some of our most basic needs. But it also poses many hazards—hazards that increase in prevalence...
Private Caregivers: Good idea or risk?

Private Caregivers: Good idea or risk?

“Wouldn’t it be less expensive to hire a private caregiver?” This, a valid question, is one that we are often asked during the initial inquiry phase. Having to pay for the care of a loved one is, at first, a foreign concept and many decision makers unconsciously...

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