Here are 5 signs indicating you may need senior companion care....Continue reading
Alzheimer’s disease can trigger changes in your loved one’s vision, such as color perception, peripheral vision, motion detection, and depth perception. Read more:...Continue reading
If any older adult you know is experiencing any dementia symptoms, it can be an alarming situation. Here is a list of early signs of dementia you can follow.
A person suffering from Dementia and Alzheimer's disease have behavioural disorders which make it difficult for others to deal with them....Continue reading
Respite care offers temporary relief for primary caregivers. It can be organized for just a few hours or more than a few days or weeks....Continue reading
Alzheimer’s disease can be difficult for both, patients and their loved ones. Alzheimer's patients need to be handled with patience and compassion, in the comforts of their homes. Read on to learn more about home safety of your loved one with Alzheimer’s disease.
Senior care involves addressing the emotional, psychological and physical well-being of an aging adult. Finding the right senior care can be overwhelming and confusing for families and seniors....Continue reading
In-home caregiving is more than just caring for the physical needs of an aging adult or a person with disabilities. Quality in-home caregivers offer support and develop a bond with the senior adults in their care. They perform their job with utmost sincerity to go beyond the expectations of the seniors and their families.When looking for a professional in-home caregiver for a senior...Continue reading
Caring for a dementia patient requires time and various caregiving skills. Things can become more manageable, if you establish a daily care plan to provide effective and personal dementia care to your loved one....Continue reading
Caring for caregivers plays a vital role in long-term caregiving. Being a family caregiver to a senior loved one may often feel fulfilling, but over time, it can also become physically and emotionally challenging and isolating....Continue reading