Improving Senior Financial Literacy

In 2004, the American Society on Aging sponsored a study to evaluate the financial knowledge of Americans age 50+, which included a survey of three simple yes/no questions that assessed the knowledge of the respondents on concepts such as inflation, risk diversification and interest rates.*At that time only one third of respondents could answer all… Read more »

Caregiver of the Month October 2017: Belinda J.

Belinda is a very sweet, gentle and resourceful person who always goes above and beyond to help her clients and Georgetown Home Care. Her current client has nothing but wonderful things to say about Belinda and is so happy she has such a wonderful caregiver in her life. We asked Belinda a few things about… Read more »

Senior – Game Time

When my mother started to slip cognitively her doctor recommended we play basic, brain stimulating games to help slow the pace of decline. Our family favorite game was Yahtzee. Yahtzee can be a high energy game of basic strategy and elementary level counting. We witnessed our mom’s level of engagement tick up when we played… Read more »

Caregiver of the Month September 2017: Celina M.

Celina is a very personable, level headed and easy going person who is extremely sweet and caring with her clients. She is happy to lend a helping hand wherever it is needed, and has great respect for the work that she does. Georgetown Home Care is very grateful she is part of our family. We… Read more »

How Much Does Home Health Care Cost?

While the care of parents or other senior loved ones is the ultimate priority, the cost of the care they require is often a close second. The good news is that home health care costs considerably less than the cost associated with nursing homes or assisted living facilities. So, how much does home health care… Read more »