Most people have to deal with this at one point or another. Someone you love has gotten older and can no longer take care of themselves at home. If you don't live with them, it can be really worrying. You don't know how much help they might need or when they might need it. If they're dealing with the onset of dementia or Alzheimer's, they may not be able to tell you how much help they want or need. [Read More]
Why Your Family Should Make Use Of In-Home Respite Care
You might have an elderly parent, grandparent, or other older family member who is in need of help with everyday tasks, or you might have a family member who is disabled. If your family is in any of these situations, then you might provide a lot of care for your loved one. If this is the case, chances are good that you could really benefit from making use of respite care. [Read More]
Is Your Mother at the Last Stages of Her Terminal Illness?
If your mother has been battling a terminal illness for a very long time, you have probably been at her side more often than not. Maybe your prayers at the beginning of your mother's illness were in the form of asking God to cure her. As time went by, maybe you realized that a cure wasn't in God's plan for your beloved mother. If that's true, maybe your prayers changed. As the illness progressed, maybe you were asking for the blessing that she would not suffer and that she would feel loved and at peace as the days passed. [Read More]
Tips For Wearing Your Knee-High Compression Socks
If you have trouble with circulation in your feet, your doctor may have recommended that you wear knee-high compression socks. These socks will prevent blood from pooling in your feet and lower legs, helping to reduce the risk of blood clots and varicose veins. Getting used to wearing them can be a bit of a challenge, but these tips should help. 1. Wash the socks before using them. You might be used to pulling new socks out of the bag and using them right away, but this does not work well with compression socks. [Read More]