home health care provider

How to Find the Right Home Health Care Provider for You: A Guide

The move to using a home health care provider is a big one. Seniors may be reluctant to open their doors to people they’ve never met before; however, families with an aging loved one may not be in a position to provide all the assistance needed themselves.

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Live In Confidence with Live In Care

Being the primary caregiver for an aging relative is tough work. Perhaps the toughest part is when you’re not there. What if something happens?

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Dad to live alone

Is it still Okay for Dad to Live Alone?

It’s natural to be worried about an aging parent and to ask questions like “Can Dad live alone?” In addition to the regular concerns of health and vitality, there are reasons to be concerned about their mental and social health.

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in-home care

In-Home Care: How Do I Know if My Husband Needs More Care Than I Can Give Him?

As couples move into their later years, a spouse can find him or herself in the position of being the caregiver for the other.

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Elderly Home Care

How Can Elderly Care Prevent Seniors From Falling?

According to the CDC, 2.8 million seniors are admitted to emergency rooms and treated for falls and 800,000 are hospitalized with a related hip or head injury every year[1].

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Music and Memory at Caring People

One is our Music & Memory program, which is complimentary for our clients. Some of our staff members have completed the Music & Memory certification program in order to provide this service…click to read more: Music and Memory Continue Reading

5 Signs Your Loved One Might Need Homecare

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Anger – Managing This Human Emotion In Everyday Life

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Home Safety Tips For Elderly

Is Home Healthcare Right for My Loved One?

Although our experienced home health aides (HHA) and nurses are able to handle any health situation your loved one may have, it’s always important to speak to your loved one and family members to decide on an appropriate plan of care for them.

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Hospital to Home Transitional Care

If your loved one is dealing with a medical condition that requires frequent care, hospital readmission should be avoided at all costs; spending time in a hospital is stressful and uncomfortable and can affect the lives of family members involved in the care of a loved one.

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