Bathing and Maintaining Dignity

Bathing and Maintaining Dignity

As your loved one ages, it may become more difficult for them to fully care for themselves. Bathing can be a difficult task as the risk of falls rises with age. Combine this with increasing difficulties in reaching all the nooks and crannies, as their overall mobility...
Autumn Family Activities for Seniors and Children

Autumn Family Activities for Seniors and Children

Autumn is almost here, and with it comes cool weather and fun, festive activities. The fall can be a good time to make family memories with elderly loved ones. This article will explore 5 fun Autumn activities you and your children can do together with your elderly...
After the Loss of a Spouse

After the Loss of a Spouse

When your elderly loved one passes away, it can be a difficult time for all members of the family. This can also create a huge amount of stress for their spouse. Couples often divide responsibilities in the household, and a loss of a partner combined with grief can be...
Caring for the Immobilized

Caring for the Immobilized

When you need to provide care for a loved one who is immobilized or has extreme limitations in mobility, there are a number of important health risks that you need to be aware of. Keeping a vigilant eye on your loved one’s condition will help prevent further health...
Supporting Seniors While Maintaining Independence

Supporting Seniors While Maintaining Independence

Seniors sometimes resist help because they want to maintain their independence. It is important to help them, while maintaining their feeling of freedom. Home health care exists because your loved one wants to feel like they are still in control, and living...