18 November 2022
If you've recently retained the services of an elderly home care provider to help your aging loved one with daily tasks, you may find that your family member is resistant to the help. In fact, it's far more common than you think for older family members to refuse supportive care. Here's a look at some of the things that you need to know if you have a loved one who is refusing home care.
6 September 2022
Smart caps are wireless technologies designed to help people with taking their medicines. Everybody will forget to take a dose or wonder if they already took one from time to time. A smart cap logs when you've accessed a bottle so there's always a record. Let's look at what the technology is and whether you might want to use it. Wirelessly Connected Typical smart caps use either Bluetooth or Wi-Fi protocols to connect wirelessly to other devices.
31 May 2022
When you work full-time, it can be difficult to find the time to care for your elderly loved ones. Juggling daily chores is already tough enough, it can be challenging to balance it all. Luckily, there are home care services that can help individuals receive the attention they need with minimal effort on your part. These professionals are highly trained to take care of elderly people, and they will know how to care for your loved ones.
11 February 2022
As you get older, you may wonder if you can still stay in your home. So many seniors have to move out of their homes and into facilities, but many other Americans get to stay in the comfort of their own homes. If you would like to learn more, check out these four types of in-home senior care services. 1. Personal Care Services Part of daily life is getting dressed, bathing, brushing your teeth, and other aspects of personal care.