In-Home Care

HOW TO MANAGE INCONTINENCE AT HOME

The first step in managing incontinence, is to identify where and when you need the most support. Some people will need solutions when they are out in the community, others need help when in bed, and some people have urgent needs that occur at any time of day or...

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CAREGIVER PREPERATION FOR DOCTOR VISITS

Each year there are more than 900 Million office visits in the United States; countless opportunities to capitalize on an expert physician’s knowledge. Visits to the doctor can be intimidating for loved ones and caregivers. Read on to ensure you are getting the most out of each visit to the doctor’s office. read more

USING SMART HOME TECHNOLOGY TO AGE IN PLACE

Most seniors want to stay in their own home rather than move into a facility. Using smart home technology makes living independently possible. What can Smart Home Technology do? With Environmental Controls you can control Thermostats Televisions Computers Cell Phones...

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MANAGING MEMORY CARE AT HOME

If your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, Dementia or other degenerative conditions that affect their memory, the initial diagnosis can seem overwhelming. With some education and a few sound strategies, it is possible for families to manage memory care at...

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MANAGING YOUR LOVED ONES MEDICATIONS AT HOME

Tracy E. Bingaman, PA-C, MSPAS When a loved one is discharged home from the hospital or rehabilitation facility, they likely have started, stopped, or changed one or more medications. It is vitally important to review and understand what the new medications are and...

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MAKING THE MOST OF HOME HEALTH SERVICES

In home care is a valuable gift to give your loved one, but you need not do it alone. Care can be difficult due to aging, disability, chronic illness, or cognitive and function decline of your loved one. There are many available home health services that can help you to provide care and keep your loved one at home. read more

HOW DO I TRANSFER SAFELY FROM MY WHEELCHAIR?

The most effective way to transfer safely from your wheelchair varies from person to person, and depends on the overall strength, balance and cognition of the individual. A home health professional or durable medical supplier will help you with choose the most...

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FIVE ADVANTAGES OF HAVING A HOSPITAL BED AT HOME

In-home care providers often overlook their loved one’s need for a hospital bed at home. Hospital beds can be a crucial tool to help ensure the safety and comfort of patients and care providers alike. Read on to discover five ways a hospital bed could be helpful for you and your loved one. read more

WHAT IS HOSPICE?

Hospice is a word that individuals hear often, but it can easily be misunderstood. Hospice is a special and unique type of care, specifically designed for patients facing a life-limiting illness. It offers care for the patient and support for their caregiver and loved ones. read more
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