4 Reasons To Choose Home Health Care

9 December 2015
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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 nursing homes an impossible option to even consider. Many people do turn to home health care services to assist during this time and knowing some of the reasons to choose this option may encourage you to do so. Read More 

Watch For Signs Of Depression In Elderly Loved Ones At The Holidays

16 November 2015
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Though the holidays can be joyful, they can also be stressful. For many seniors, the holidays are a time of mixed emotions, when feelings of loss or sadness can become especially pronounced. Financial hardship, loneliness and pressures from family can be acute at this time of year, exacerbating emotional trouble and leading to feelings of depression. Depression can happen to anyone at the holidays, but for seniors, depression poses a particular threat. Read More 

Four Things To Consider When Designing A Home Gym

15 October 2015
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Having your own gym at home can help you fit in a workout even when you're limited on time, as it's open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, unlike most commercial gyms. You won't have the excuse of not having time to travel to and from the gym, and it can save you money if you skip having a gym membership. However, it takes some planning to set up the perfect gym for your use at home. Read More 

How To Prepare For A Sick Child’s Home Care

12 October 2015
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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 your child may require more specialized care than you can offer alone. Knowing what to prepare for in advance is a critical part of your child's hospital discharge planning. Read More 

Home Health Care: Helping Children Cope With Changes

9 October 2015
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Choosing home health care can help reduce the stress on both family members and patients but it also brings about changes in relationships and to the physical environment of the home. This is difficult enough for adults to process, for children it can take extra time and effort. Working to help the children in your home understand the need for in home care and the changes it will bring can help reduce the stress and trauma they experience. Read More