Government officials estimate that almost 70 percent of Americans will require the use of long-term care at some point in their lives, but new findings suggest that many of them are not doing the things they need to ensure they get the care they need should any health issues arise, according to The Associated Press.Read More
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At some point, travel can become too disorienting or stressful for your loved one, but that doesn't mean that vacationing has to completely come to an end. You and your loved one can share in remembering past trips by recreating the sights or sounds right in the safe and familiar setting of your home.Read More
An elderly parent's aging process can be difficult for not only you and your siblings, but also for your parent. While you may realize that your parent now needs in-home senior care, it can be difficult for your mom or dad to admit that she or he needs help.Read More
Anyone with elderly parents knows how much they value their independence. Combined with the desire to age in place, the focus on independent living may make them hesitant to accept any outside help or home care, even if they have shown signs they need assistance around the house. It can be challenging, but family caregivers can help change their perceptions by going over the wide variety of home care options.Read More
It’s important to many seniors to stay in their home as they age, but chronic conditions and injuries can sometimes make that difficult. Home care has helped elderly individuals age in place, but there are many decisions for family caregivers to make when it comes to selecting the right level of care, including the duration of the assistance.