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Misconceptions About Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is something that a lot of seniors face; therefore, understanding the realities of this condition is vital, especially for those receiving non-medical care. However, many people are filled with misconceptions regarding Alzheimer’s. In this article, we debunk some of the most common myths that people believe about this disease. Myth: Only older people … Continue reading

Why Seniors Need Companionship Services

Regular exercise, a proper diet, and getting a good night’s rest are necessary for helping individuals stay healthy as they age. However, social interaction is an equally important aspect of living a long, happy life. While most adults interact with numerous people throughout the day, seniors—especially those who live alone—do not have regular chances for … Continue reading

How to Convince Your Loved One with Dementia to Take Medication

Non-medical care is often needed by seniors who can no longer handle doing every day things by themselves. For seniors with Alzheimer’s or some other form of dementia, they need assistance in taking medications. The risk of missing a dose or confusing pills is so high for these individuals, someone should oversee the process, making … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s: Why You Need Professional Care

Alzheimer’s Disease is a kind of illness wherein the brain cells slowly degenerate and die. It is the most common cause of dementia, which is a symptom of cognitive, social, and behavioral decline. This disease affects the person’s ability to function independently, making professional non-medical care highly important. That’s where we come in. Healing Through … Continue reading

Home Health Care vs. Home Care: What’s the Difference?

When you are looking for in-home care services for your loved ones with mobility problems, a severe injury, or a chronic illness, you might be confused as to what type of service is right for them. There are in-home care providers that say they provide home care services and some say they provide home health … Continue reading

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Respite Care to Prevent Caregiver Burnout

Do you notice yourself transitioning from being caring and positive to being unconcerned and negative? Are you starting to feel guilty when you spend time for yourself rather than caring for your loved ones? Or, are you seriously feeling the physical, mental, and emotional exhaustion in caregiving? If you answer yes to all of those, … Continue reading