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2 Reasons To Consider Home Health Care Services For Your Elderly Relatives

7 March 2017
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Home health care services are one of the best resources available if you need assistance when it comes to caring for any elderly relatives, mostly due to the fact that they can provide medical and care assistance in the comfort of their patient's own home. Listed below are two reasons to consider home health care services for your elderly relatives. Comfortable Perhaps the most important reason to consider home health care services is the fact that they can make things as comfortable as possible for your elderly relatives. Read More …

Simple Ways To Help Your Elderly Parent Deal With Seasonal Affective Disorder

3 March 2017
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You might give very little thought to the changing seasons, but this isn't the case for everyone. While many people welcome winter, others feel depressed by it. This condition is often known as seasonal affective disorder, and while sufferers may feel better when spring arrives, the winter months can be downright miserable. If you have an elderly parent who deals with seasonal affective disorder, it can be a challenge for you to help by visiting him or her daily. Read More …

Degenerative Arthritis: How Does It Really Affect Your Elderly Parent’s Life?

19 September 2016
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If your elderly parent suffers from severe degenerative arthritis and can't do the things they used to do because of their condition, you may wonder how you can make life easier for them when you're not around to help out. Although arthritis is a common health problem for older adults, it can affect how people carry out their daily tasks, including cooking, bathing, and even brushing their hair. Without help, your elderly parent's physical health could decline even more. Read More …

Alzheimer’s And Home Health - Reucing Stress When An Aide Is First Introduced

4 April 2016
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If your parent has Alzheimer's, then you likely have taken an active role in helping your family member cope with the disease. If the disease has progressed and you can no longer provide the constant and consistent care that your loved one needs, then it is time to consider hiring an in-home health care aide. This will help your parent retain some of their independence while health care needs are taken care of. Read More …

Have An Elderly Parent Moving In? Here Is How To Make Life Easier On You Both

4 November 2014
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Now that your parent is moving in with you to get assistance with their every day needs, you are probably looking for ways to make the transition and living situation appealing for everyone involved. After all, your parent may not be completely happy with the loss of some independence and the inability to "live by their own rules" any longer. Luckily, you can create a comfortable and convenient setting by implementing the following techniques: Read More …