In-Home Senior Care

Why A Home Health Nurse Could Help You Stay At Home Longer

When our health becomes our predominant concern and an obstacle to living a quality independent life at home, it’s time to make some changes and get help with long-term care.

10 Little-Known In-Home Services That Might Be Right for You

Aging can be difficult as it often involves a great amount of uncertainty in your life. You might not be aware of what you are getting yourself into as you get older.

10 Resources For Living Independently As A Senior

It’s important to know and understand that there are many resources available to seniors aging at home to put off the need for senior housing and a retirement community and ensure we live independently.

Winning Tactics For Planning Home Care Services

Home health care, as it is defined today, is a range of in-home services provided to patients experiencing illness or injury, while enabling clients to regain or maintain a modicum of independence.

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A Complete Guide to Medical Alert Systems

Medical alert systems hold the key to seniors staying safely in their homes as long as possible.

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Complete Guide to In-Home Senior Health Care

We explain the nuances of senior care, and how to find the proper support to fit your budget, insurance plan, and health needs.

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Guide to Recognizing Elder Abuse

Nearly 10% of older adults experience some form of abuse on a monthly basis, yet most occurrences go unreported. We dive into how you can identify, address, and prevent elder abuse.

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How to Stay Healthy Without Help

Staying healthy is important and often synonymous with feeling vital and being independent. We can stay healthy without help if we are committed to living our best lives.

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How To Become Tech Savvy For Seniors In 10 Days

For older people in a digital world, it’s easy to become overwhelmed or feel intimidated by all the new technology around us. We are surrounded by an array of digital devices everywhere we look, whether its smartphones and the social media, tablets, banking machines, laptops there’s no avoiding it.

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Helping The Elderly At Home

Whether it’s a parent, a grandparent, a relative, a friend, or even ourselves, the new challenges and changes that come with aging require our flexibility, openness to change, and acceptance of a new way of life.

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When To Get An In-Home Nurse For A Loved One

As a family caregiver or other family member, someone you love needs help with their current or ongoing health and well-being issues and you want to understand if it’s time for an in-home nurse or what these nurses even do.

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Independent Living Solutions For Those Wanting To Age At Home

As we age at home, we may find daily chores and activities more difficult, especially if our mobility becomes impaired. Luckily, there are hundreds of specialized products that can be purchased or rented from online stores or local shops that can make life easier at home as we age.

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Medical Alert Jewelry Options

Anyone who is looking for a medical alert system wants to know how they’re going to wear it. If you have something that’s uncomfortable or too bulky, it can interfere with your daily life. When that happens, you may not wear it all. In this article, we explore different options to find the best choice for your needs.

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Comfort Living: Why It Is Okay To Age At Home

Staying at independent homes is a possibility. However, for ultimate comfort and for the benefits derived, aging at home becomes a very easy solution. According to scientific studies, seniors can prolong their health by living in their own homes.

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