When your loved one continues to live in a house as he or she ages, regardless if it is your home or the home of the senior, there are many downsides you may face as you become responsible for caring for your loved one. Having your loved one continue to live in a house comes with several difficulties. Fewer Responsibilities You will actually have more work to do when caring for your loved one.
5 August 2018
Hiring a caregiver for an elderly person can be a challenge. However, when the elderly person is mistrustful, this can be an especially difficult process. A mistrustful person in this position can take even the most innocent action as a threat or an insult. This can make the experience a difficult one for themselves and the person taking care of them. Therefore, when you have the responsibility of choosing someone to provide senior in-home care to a mistrustful person, you should factor in a few things.
26 July 2018
A common dilemma for many adult children is knowing that their parent isn't quite ready for a nursing home or assisted living, but their own home is not as safe or comfortable as it could be. Making specific updates that account for more limited mobility and vision as your parent continues to age will give you peace of mind and keep your parent comfortable in their home for longer. Here are three of the best ways to make your aging parent more comfortable at home:
11 May 2018
Most elderly people who need assistance in daily living activities would prefer to stay in their own homes for the longest time possible. Some seniors adamantly refuse to move to an assisted living facility. In such a case, home care is the best alternative. This is an arrangement where home care aides come into your loved one's home and offer assistance for a specific number of hours. So what are the benefits of senior assisted care?
9 January 2018