Whether your senior is at the hospital or another facility, coming home is easier with the right help. You may consider Occupational Therapy.
Home Health Care: Skilled nursing care in your senior’s home helps in so many ways. Here are some of the benefits that this care offers them.
Home Care Services: Approximately 6.2 million people in the U.S. have Alzheimer's disease. The Alzheimer's Association expects this number to increase to 12.7 million by 2050.
Elder Care: Your mom's skin is getting dry and flaky. It's concerning and you worry about the dry skin on her feet leading to an infection.
Home Care: No matter what age a person is, working out is crucial to remain healthy for longer. Even seniors should be exercising.
Home Care: If you have a senior loved one with Alzheimer’s you know it can sometimes be challenging to take them places and keep them safe.
Senior Care: With the holidays fast approaching, you're in a rut. Every year, you struggle to come up with ideas of what to get your dad.
Senior Care: You live on the other side of the country. So, your visits with your mom and dad are limited to once per year for the holidays.
Home Health Care: You've noticed your senior has more bruises than you've seen. They say it's nothing to worry about. Should you be worried?
Elder Care: Has your senior been taking any vitamins? Maybe, they do so on their own or their doctor may have recommended certain vitamins.