What's The Difference Between Home Health Care And Home Care? Here's What You Need To Know

If you're like most people with an elderly loved one in your life, you've undoubtedly given a lot of thought to how they can continue to enjoy a good quality of life as they age. If your loved one has chosen to age in place rather than move to an assisted living facility or nursing home, you probably have a lot of questions about what types of services are available for those who choose to go this route — and you may also be confused by some of the jargon you've come across while doing research community-based supportive services available to seniors. [Read More]

Have An Elderly Loved One? Two Reasons To Suggest Senior Home Care

Growing older after having already lived a fulfilling life can be very gratifying. Your usual routine begins to fade into the distance as you settle into a more suitable way of living. It's great to watch someone you care about reach an advanced age but as time goes on you might start to notice some not-so-subtle changes. Maybe one of your parents isn't able to lift themselves out of a chair as well as they used to or you find that their gait is getting slower and slower. [Read More]

Home Health Care: Skilled Vs Non-Skilled Services

Home health care is an option for anyone who may need a little extra help with their day-to-day tasks. There are many ways home health care can benefit you and your health. Get started today by reaching out to your doctor or a home health care agency.  What Is Home Health Care? Home health care occurs when nurses and caregivers are hired through an agency or independently to come into your home and provide you with the assistance you need to stay healthy. [Read More]

Using Home Care Services To Bolster Independent Living For Seniors

As you get older, you might lose some of your former capabilities to live safely and get around on your own. You may be unsteady on your feet. You also might forget important details, such as taking your medicine on time or eating to keep up your blood sugar numbers. Even so, you may not want to leave your home and move into a nursing care facility. Instead of giving up your residence and lifestyle, you can use home health care services that are designed to protect and ensure safe independent living for seniors. [Read More]