Seniors who suffer with vision loss may also have Macular Degeneration. Senior home care can support your loved one as they navigate this disorder.
It’s important to have an oral care routine, especially for seniors who are more prone to chronic health conditions. Personal care at home can help them stay consistent!
One of the scariest things you’ll face is that late-night emergency call that your dad is sick.
Palliative care focuses on helping your loved one live more comfortably with whatever ailment he has.
Parkinson’s disease is a brain disorder that causes the body to move in ways that are uncontrollable or unintentional.
Your senior might have made a stand about staying in her home, or aging in place. But why is it so important to her?
Many experts feel partaking in pleasurable activities goes a long way toward keeping older folks healthy and active, which is particularly vital for those with restricted mobility.
Nobody likes to feel as if they’re a burden on the people that they love or that they cannot do the things that they need and want to do.
Seniors who suffer a serious medical event or injury like a stroke, a heart attack, or a fall in which they break a bone or have a serious injury may need some transitional care.
At some point, every family gets the call that there is an emergency. It could be a fall leading to a broken bone, a stroke, or a severe illness like pneumonia.