3 Tips To Help Caring For Aging Loved Ones At Home Easier

12 December 2018
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Caring for an aging loved one isn't easy. Putting your own life on hold while you take care of the person that has given up so much for you over the years isn't easy, but many people do it every single day. How do you get through this difficult time without neglecting your loved one or neglecting your own personal needs? Here, you'll find a few tips that can make things a little easier for you while remaining dedicated to your loved one. Read More 

Making Your Home Accessible After Accident Rehab

1 May 2018
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Whether you've been in a car accident or a workplace accident, coming home from rehabilitative therapy is a cause for celebration. However, the path toward complete recovery may not be over when you get home. If you still have some mobility issues, there are a few things you can do around the house to make each room easier to use. With the help of friends and family, consider installing or adding the following medical equipment to your home. Read More 

The Benefits of Dementia Patients Receiving Home Health Care

18 January 2018
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If you have a loved one who suffers from dementia, you might have come to the realization that he or she can no longer be completely self-sufficient. While this is a progressive disease and there is presently no cure available, your loved one may not yet be ready to go live in an assisted living facility. Instead of simply opting to have him or her stay at home alone all of the time, you might want to consider hiring a company that specializes in home health care for individuals with dimentia such as Shower Power Home Care LLC. Read More 

Choosing An In-Home Care Provider: Four Things To Consider

28 December 2017
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If you or your loved one is in need of in-home care, you may be wondering how to go about finding the right person for the job. As you look for home care providers, it's a good idea to know what criteria the agency and its workers should meet. Here is a guide to help you find the right caregiver for you or your loved one. Consistent Caregiver Access Having a consistent caregiver can be important to some people, particularly those with dementia or who are not able to adapt to change. Read More 

Hire An Overnight Caregiver To Assist An Aged Family Member

6 December 2017
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For those who are aged and may not be in the best of health, overnight can be a challenging time. If you have a family member in this situation and you find that you're frequently getting called in the night to care for him or her — and spending many nights with little to no sleep in the process — hiring an in-home caregiver is a smart move. While caregivers can do everything from visit for short periods to stay with their patients around the clock, you may wish to have a caregiver arrive at dinnertime and depart again after breakfast, provided that your family member can manage things satisfactorily during the day. Read More