Posts Categorized: In-Home Care

Identifying Care-Giver Fatigue

Although caring for your elderly friend or loved one can be fulfilling, sometimes, all the stressors associated with the additional workload can leave you feeling overwhelmed. Unless you address these feelings, your relationship will begin suffering, your state of mind and health may begin to deteriorate, which eventually leads to care-giving fatigue. Caregiver Stress is… Read more »

Common Issues that Seniors Face

As we age, various disorders can affect how well our brains function. Dementia is one of the most common brain disorders that seniors experience. Certain health conditions can cause dementia. For example, chronic high blood pressure, previous stroke or blood vessel disease can lead to vascular dementia. Causes of Dementia Many times, dementia is not… Read more »

Mom or Dad Fell Again, How Can I Help?

Nothing is quite as upsetting as learning that your elderly parent has suffered a fall, especially if this isn’t the first incident. Unfortunately, falls are all too common among older adults. In fact, the CDC reports that between one-third and one-half of all adults in the U.S. over the age of 65 will fall each… Read more »