What Care Services Can I Get In-Home?

In-Home Care

Nursing homes and retirement facilities are never ideal. The care workers there are often considerate, hardworking, and friendly; and these institutions might be set up with the best intentions and may be very well run, well organized, and well funded. But even in these best case scenarios, they are still not ideal. Because they still

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What Executive Care is All About

Executive Care

At this point, you have likely heard and read endless articles about baby boomers entering their senior years. It’s true, the largest demographic generation, perhaps in all of Western history, are reaching their retirement age. And what’s more, they are expected to live longer than any generation previous to them. This poses its challenges and

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Is Companion Care Really a Good Idea?

Companion Care

As your parents and beloved family members age, it can be very difficult deciding with them what is the best course of action to ensure that they are happy and healthy in their senior years. A lot of people feel guilt over their relationship with their aging parents, even though they’ve often done nothing wrong.

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The Value of Live-In Home Care

Live-In Home Care

When your parent or elderly loved one is feeling lonely and is in danger of becoming isolated, you can avail yourself of the help of companion care and have a care worker spend time with them regularly to make sure they are all right. If they have let their home fall into disrepair because the

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Why Homemaker Services can Make a World of Difference

Homemaker Services

On the surface, it might not seem like a big deal. Your parent or elderly loved one is having trouble keeping things in order around the house. Maybe vacuuming is too hard on their back, so you come over once a week and do it. Problem solved, right? You’re a good son or daughter and

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An Overlooked Aspect of Elderly Care

Elderly Care

The baby boom generation was the result of a population spike in the years and decades after World War II. The boomers are now reaching their senior years, meaning we now have a larger elderly population than ever before. What’s more, great advances in medicine and technology mean that we can live longer, on average,

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