Safety Risks in the Home

As your loved one ages, the risk of injury in the home can increase. Forgetfulness, dulled senses, and limited mobility can contribute to hazardous conditions in the home. This article will explore common hazards for elderly individuals, and what you can do to reduce...
Winter Safety Tips for Seniors

Winter Safety Tips for Seniors

Winters in New York can be harsh. As such, it is important to prepare your elderly loved ones for the Winter and help them stay safe. This article will discuss the potential dangers to elderly individuals, and what precautions you and your family can take to prepare...
What COVID-19 has Taught Us About Home Health Care

What COVID-19 has Taught Us About Home Health Care

As we further navigate the global COVID-19 pandemic, the world is learning more about best practices for safety in this new normal. Many industries have adapted to operate through the coronavirus, and home healthcare is no different. This article will explore how...
Cancer Care and Family Support

Cancer Care and Family Support

When your loved one is diagnosed with cancer, it can be hard on the whole family. Cancer can be a hard fight and the treatments themselves can leave your loved one weakened. For many suffering from cancer, being surrounded by their family can help them feel better and...
Fall Risk Increases in Autumn and Winter

Fall Risk Increases in Autumn and Winter

As Autumn comes into full swing, it is important to recognize the increased risks of slip-and-falls. Autumn and winter both come with increased fall risks for elderly individuals. This article will explore the factors that contribute to these risks. Autumn Leaves...
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...