Do you sometimes feel like you are not being heard in your family? According to a New York Times article, the average person deals with hearing loss for 7 to 10 years before finally getting hearing aids! At Help at Home, we sometimes find that seniors would rather pretend to be able to hear what […]
Emotional and physical well-being depend on a number of factors, such as diet and exercise. Social interactions however, are equally important when it comes to overall wellness. Developing and maintaining positive relationships has been linked to living longer, more satisfying lives. For some seniors though, it can be difficult to get the social interaction that […]
The holidays are a time for friends and family to come together. Unfortunately, if your aging loved one has suffered the loss of a spouse, they may feel the pain even more acutely during this time of year. You no doubt want to provide emotional support to ease the pain, and the team at Help […]
As your parents age, you likely find yourself taking on more responsibilities to keep them safe and happy, especially if they still live on their own. For adult children of seniors who need assistance with daily tasks, it’s important to take a little time out periodically in order to relax. Help at Home offers caregiver […]
Caregivers in Boca Grande FL: Did you know that it’s possible for adults to develop food allergies later in life? Although most food allergies start when a person is a child, adults can become allergic to foods they have been able to eat in the past.
Skin cancer can strike people of any age, including the elderly. Detecting skin cancer early leads to the best chances of treating and curing the disease, but prevention is the best course of action. Being informed about skin cancer is an important step in protecting your parent from the disease. Once you’re armed with information, […]
Elderly Care in Longboat Key FL: In your role as a family caregiver, one of the most effective and important tools that you have is awareness. Part of this is understanding the risks that your aging parent is facing and being able to detect when your senior might be suffering from a serious health complication such as Parkinson’s disease.
Home Care in Sarasota FL: Emergency situations such as weather disasters, fires, and other such events can put your parent in physical danger, but this is not the only reaction that you must consider when preparing your elderly loved one for the possibility of such an event. You must also take into consideration the emotional impact.
Senior Care in Boca Grande FL: When your elderly loved one starts having trouble running errands on her own, you may not realize that she’s having difficulty. Finding a solution for her can make life much easier for your elderly loved one.
Danielle Santana, our Director of Business Relations, attended the “Share the Care Event” at the Autumn of Sarasota on Wednesday, Feb. 8. The event was designed as a caregiver resource day to help answer questions by a panel of expert Physicians and resource tables to educate caregivers in the community.