Posted: 1/25/2018 2:46 PM by
Is your aging family member is safe in their own home? Have you noticed signs of neglect such as a decline in household upkeep or personal hygiene? Are you concerned that medication is being taken at the right times and appropriate dosage? The best way to know if your loved one needs help at home, is to schedule a free, in-home evaluation a senior care professional.
Posted: 1/25/2018 2:16 PM by
There inevitably comes the time when every elder will need help to adequately care for themselves and their homes. The situation can become more urgent when combined with other common problems, such as: complex medication schedules, incontinence, loss of ability to drive, onset of disease or dementia, or after a fall or injury.
Posted: 1/25/2018 2:04 PM by
When you're noticing loss of strength and mobility, diminished eyesight, hearing, and mental acuity in a loved one, you are starting to wonder if they are still safe in their home.
It may be time when a senior will need help to adequately care for themselves and their homes. Which options are available and what's best solution when it comes to Senior Care?
Posted: 1/25/2018 12:48 PM by
The natural effects of aging take a gradual toll on vision, hearing, mobility, and mental acuity. Our ability to keep up with household chores, personal hygiene, and medications can become a challenge. Sometimes this change occurs suddenly, like after a stroke, or fall. Here are some of the signs you can look for that indicate when an aging senior needs help.