After a hip fracture, seniors need to care for themselves to speed up recovery and improve their general health. This includes a wide range of physical, mental, and practical help.
With companion care at-home aides stopping by, your dad will have the groceries he needs and meals prepared to stay nourished and hydrated.
With support from their loved ones and senior home care, seniors can reduce the times their back hurts and continue to enjoy their favorite activities. Here are some causes.
If your loved one can still drive, here are a few senior driving safety tips for you, your senior, and their home care aides to consider.
Playing games challenges the brain and improves seniors’ mental agility. It can improve memory, problem-solving ability, and critical thinking.
Can seniors truly age in a healthy way at home? With help from in-home care providers, that goal might be easier to achieve than many family caregivers realize.
Today we are providing lunch to the amazing staff over at The Landing Senior Living for their CNA Week!! Thank you for continuing to help our seniors thrive in your community.
Here are a few conditions you and personal care at home should know about that could be causing a senior to lose their vision.
Before you leave your dad with someone when you go on vacation, consider the benefit of 24-hour home care services.
During May, National Walking Month, and throughout the rest of the year seniors can use these tricks to walk more and get healthy. It’s easy to do. Almost any senior can do it.