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As a caregiver, using respite care for a break may feel like you’re neglecting your loved one. See how it can actually help them!
The home care industry continues to grow and grow. See how you can make the most of it as a professional caregiver.
If your aging loved ones in Lakeville are like most, they want to remain in their current homes for as long as possible. And although that’s an admirable goal, over two-thirds of aging-in-place seniors eventually require elderly care to remain independent. When that time comes, families face hard decisions regarding where that care will take place. If you’re still “on the fence” as a family caregiver, read on to learn why professional senior home care is the right choice when your loved ones’ health and well-being weigh in the balance. How Aging at Home Benefits Seniors in Lakeville Seniors who [...]
Looking for a career in home care? Learn more about the benefits of working with an agency, as opposed to independently or as a household employee.
Respite care is an essential service that provides temporary relief to family caregivers. See how it can benefit you and your loved ones.
Although it’s a labor of love, looking after a friend or relative for an extended period of time can be overwhelming for even the most capable informal caregivers. As needs change, long-term home caregivers must manage a unique set of challenges to keep their loved ones safe and comfortable.
What follows are caregiver stress signs to watch for – along with preventative steps you can take – so you can continue to honor your loved one’s wishes and provide them with the nurturing they deserve.
As a family caregiver, finding creative ways to communicate with those special seniors in your life is essential for their health and well-being. What follows are several communication tips that every caregiver should know.
Millions of Americans each year volunteer their time and talents to care for aging, disabled, or ill loved ones. Known as “family caregivers,” many of these selfless individuals manage a job and household along with their caregiving duties.