How to Handle Home Care Nursing Staff

5 Tips for Helping a Senior Recover from a Stroke

If your elderly loved one is currently recovering from a stroke, you probably feel both relieved and scared. You are glad your family member survived but may fear he or she may have another stroke in the future. That is why you should get involved in your elderly loved one’s recovery process. Here are five […]

4 Reasons To Choose Home Health Care

If you have an elderly person in your life, you will want to ensure this individual gets the best possible care. This can be a challenging time if your loved one is unable to do certain things. However, studies indicate the costs of a nursing home annually are as much as $80,000. This often makes […]

How To Prepare For A Sick Child’s Home Care

Just because you are bringing your child home from the hospital following a serious illness or injury doesn’t mean he or she won’t still need continuing medical care. Making the change from hospital to home health care may mean needing help from medical equipment suppliers, home health nurses and aides, and other medical professionals, as […]

The Dilemma Of Elder Self-Neglect

In 2013, it was estimated that there were almost 45 million elderly people living in the U.S. Almost 18 percent of these seniors find themselves living alone and up to 43 percent of these report experiencing feelings of loneliness on a regular basis. This is significant because loneliness can be attributed as a main contributing […]

Cost Effective Alternatives To Nursing Homes

As people age, they obviously begin to slow down and become less able to care for themselves.  Whether an illness or injury requires short term support, or more long term aid is required, moving an aging parent or family member from their home may not always be the most effective solution.  Often it is better […]