Millions of elderly Americans suffer from dementia, and when it happens to someone close to you it’s especially painful to watch as their condition progressively worsens. In order for you to reconnect with them better, try out these 7 strategies.
Caregivers for the elderly are in great demand because of our aging population and for the right type of person, a career in caregiving can be extremely gratifying. However, is it the right choice for you?
Consistency is essential when it comes to caregiving. You want to know that your caregiver will do the right thing for your loved one every time they’re with them. You can count on a consistent caregiver.
As seniors grow old their pace of life slows down and this can hurt them in the long run. To fight this, seniors can adopt new hobbies like these that they can enjoy.
If your current job is not what you wanted, is it time to rethink your career choice? See one option that might be just right for you!
An estimated 50 million Americans provide care to loved ones every year, and in most cases that care, the recipient is elderly. Although caregiving is rewarding, it can get stressful as well. If you are a family caregiver, learn how to ask for help without compromising their quality of life.
There are very few careers as rewarding as being a professional caregiver. See how being a caregiver at Home Instead Senior Care, in particular, will open the doors of opportunity for you.
How do you know when a loved one needs help? Here are several signs to look for when deciding if in-home senior care is needed.
Finding the right senior home care agency to work for can feel like looking for a needle in a haystack. Here are some guidelines to help!