How To Spot the Early Signs of Alzheimer's
We all lose our keys and forget where we put our reading glasses as we get older. It’s normal. It’s also not uncommon to occasionally forget a date or appointment, remembering it later.
Mindfulness for Home Care Professionals
As a caregiver, there are many things you cannot control and at the end of the day the most important thing to do is to let go of chasing perfection and simply aim to do your best.
As the leading experts in post-hospitalization care, we developed this guide to provide an overview of the challenges and resources associated with each step in the transition from hospital to home.
Alzheimer’s Care and Dementia Care Guide: You Are Not Alone!
Dementia is one of the leading causes of disability and dependency among older adults worldwide, affecting an estimated 35.6 million people with 7.7 million new cases every year.
Palliative Care Guide: Promoting Comfort and Peace of Mind
When it comes to end-of-life care, a little support can make all the difference.Here’s how Home Care Assistance supports you, your family and your loved one.
Stroke Care and Recovery
lacked information relevant to their recovery. Regardless of the severity of your stroke, it is critical to take a proactive and informed approach to your stroke care.
Surgery is a common event as we age. In your lifetime, you will most likely go in for surgery or take care of someone recovering from surgery. There are over 48 million surgical procedures done every year and 72% of all surgeries are experienced by those over the age of 45.
Social Distancing for Seniors
In a world where social distancing and shelter-inplace orders are the new norm, now, more than ever, it’s imperative that we do whatever we can to reduce isolation among the seniors we serve…and that we care about deeply.