Caregiver of the Month November 2017: Bunny K.

Bunny is loyal and very good at what she does. Her client loves her to the point that if Bunny is ever out sick, he goes a day without care because the only person he wants help from is Bunny. Georgetown Home care appreciates the exceptional service she provides on our behalf, and we are lucky to… Read more »

10 Signs Your Parents Need Assistance To Safely Live At Home

Having concerns following your trip home for the holidays? Any visit to see aging parents offers direct insight into whether their current living situation is safe, accessible and supportive of an independent aging process. Having the conversation about long-term care plans is never easy, particularly if you aren’t sure about what you’re seeing, or you… Read more »

Home Care vs. Home Health Care

When someone thinks about home care, they assume home care and home health care are one in the same, but that is not the case. Below is a side-by-side comparison of these services.

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 »

The Hidden Cost-Savings Of Home Care For Seniors

While quality of life and quality of care are always priorities when researching long-term care options for seniors, cost is inevitably a factor. Costs of in-home care are determined on a case-by-case basis. Factors include your family member’s abilities, needs and desires – plus the needs and desires of other family members – which means… Read more »