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Multiple nationwide studies have shown us that seniors would prefer to remain in their own home rather than moving to a long term care facility or hospital. On this page, you will find a series of articles to help make that just a little easier.
When it comes to health care, cost is an important consideration to take. No one wants to sacrifice quality to save a few bucks, and luckily there are options to suit every senior's unique needs and limitations.
Understanding the key health, social and financial factors that are important to seniors and how these factors work together is critical. That’s why Interim HealthCare has worked closely with a leading organization whose mission is to educate professionals to work more effectively with seniors. The Society of Certified Senior Advisors (SCSA) provides education, support and communication resources to professionals from a wide variety of fields so they can stay abreast of the many issues facing their senior clients.
In our Consumer Education Center, we share with you the knowledge we have gained through more than 45 years of home care service to children, adults and seniors.
There are many things you and your family can do to reduce fall risks and prevent falls. Sometimes, however, help from professional caregivers can further reduce fall risks and improve safe, independent living at home.
Most of us know someone who has been a family caregiver or maybe we’ve even been a family caregiver. A caregiver is anyone who provides basic assistance and care for someone who is sick, disabled, living with a chronic disease or experiencing the impact of aging
Maintaining the highest level of independent living is a key goal for many individuals whether they are recovering from an illness, living with a chronic disease, or aging in place. Environmental barriers in and outside the home are often critical deterrents to maintaining that independence. Modern technology is producing medications and systems that allow our citizens to live longer healthier lives. Technology can bring services to individuals, rather than the individual to services.
The Interim HealthCare HomeLife Enrichment® Program is an exciting way of helping seniors that goes beyond just “sitting” with the senior and providing traditional non-medical supportive services.
Don't let common myths about hospice care stop you from getting help. Learn the facts.
When it comes to home care, there are a variety of health care workers who individuals and their families may come in contact with.
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