Need To Make Your Home Wheelchair-Accessible? Tips For You

Posted on: 1 December 2019

If you have a home that needs to be made wheelchair-accessible, either for yourself or for another member of your family, you may be unsure of where to start with the process. There are many steps to take when you need to make it wheelchair-accessible. The key is to get to know some of the major steps to take in the process to get you started. Then, you can get started as soon as possible and have a home that is accessible to your family member who now uses a wheelchair.
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How You Can Benefit By Seeking Out Elderly Home Care

Posted on: 10 September 2019

As you move into your twilight years it's normal for the hustle and bustle of life to eventually start to die down. Your children may be grown and living in their own homes with growing families so, unless you have a spouse or partner, you probably live alone. Although this is a great setup that you might possibly really enjoy, there are probably times when you could use a little assistance.
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Senior Care Services That Can Help Your Parent With COPD

Posted on: 22 April 2019

If you have a senior parent that also suffers from COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), you likely spend a great deal of time worrying about your parent's well-being. COPD is a chronic and progressive disease that affects breathing quality, lung capacity, and can have serious complications if the person gets respiratory infections of any kind on top of their COPD. While you may think and worry about your parent often, it can be difficult for you to physically be there for your parent as much as you would like to be.
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Is Your Elderly Mom's Alzheimer's-Related Wandering Keeping Your Dad Up At Night? 3 Tips To Help Him Adjust To Live-In Care

Posted on: 8 September 2018

If your mother suffers from Alzheimer's, it is likely you've watched your dad take on more responsibilities for your mother's care over the years. While you may admire his fortitude, there also comes a point when everyone needs help. Wandering is one Alzheimer's-related behavior that often leads to extreme stress and fatigue in caregivers, and going without sleep places your dad at risk for health issues that could stop him from being able to continue with his role.
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