Facebook is Drawing More Older Adults, so How Do You Keep Your Parents Safe?

Social media is popular for connecting with family and friends, reading the news, and play games alone or with friends.

Safety with the Elderly in the Winter

When it comes to caregivers, there are some tips that can help you to keep your loved one safe in the winter.

Ways to Help Your Senior With Digestion Issues at Home

Common symptoms of indigestion or upset stomach include nausea, heartburn, bloating, gas, unpleasant or sour smelling breath, hiccupping, belching, and flatulence.

Caregiver of the Month November, 2019

Caregiver of the Month November, 2019.

Home Care for Seniors with Lewy Body Dementia

For home care services and health care providers without LBD experience, there is the potential of a challenge every day.

What Can Senior Care Do for Your Senior After a Hospital Visit?

Hospital visits take a lot out of your senior, especially afterward when she heads home.

5 Warning Signs of MS

If your family member has been diagnosed with MS, an elder care provider can assist them when symptoms make certain aspects of daily life difficult.

Don’t Ignore These Signs a Senior is Having a Stroke

When calling 911, it’s important for caregivers to remain as calm as possible, so they can answer questions asked by the 911 operator.

Knowing the Signs of Senior Depression Can Help You Save Your Loved One’s Life

If your elderly loved one is depressed, it might help to hire a home care provider to assist in taking care of them and keeping an eye on them.

Caregiver of the Month

Please join me in congratulating Patricia Slaick as we honor her as our October Caregiver of the Month!