If your parent needs help with day-to-day activities, it can be difficult to know how to approach the subject of in-home care, and it’s vital to set aside an appropriate place and time for these discussions. Your parent may show some resistance to the idea, but if you approach the conversation with patience and tact,…Read More
Caring for a loved one suffering from Alzheimer’s can often be frustrating and emotionally taxing. Some of the following tips may help you learn how to deal with the disease and make things easier for everyone involved. Every situation is unique, and finding what works for you and your loved one may take some time…Read More
Home care makes your life safer and easier, but preparation can help create a safe and welcoming environment to reduce stress and make the transition to private home care run more smoothly. A vital element of this process is assessing existing risks, identifying what needs to be improved and determining ways to prevent your loved…Read More
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