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    Overnight Home Care

    Day and night, we always want to ensure our loved one receives the care they need to remain safe, healthy, and comfortable. But, for family caregivers, providing both daytime and overnight care is not feasible.

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    The time after receiving a serious or life-limiting medical diagnosis can be difficult for patients and families. But palliative care services can help make these moments more comfortable and less frightening by filling in the gaps general medical care doesn’t always cover. 

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    Surgery, illnesses, falls, no matter why you end up in the hospital, there’s always a chance that the road to recovery will be much longer than anticipated. In many cases, patients may need weeks of hospital rehab to live independently again.  

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    There comes a point in most people’s lives when they can no longer live independently without help. When that time comes, you and your older loved one must decide how to continue their care. Depending on their needs and preferences, either a live-in caregiver or assisted living facility will likely be the best option. But […]

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    When it comes to having a Talk with a capital T, discussing your loved one’s options when they struggle to take care of themselves can be one of the most challenging.

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    Men's Health. Colored pencils with a stethoscope on the table

    Staying proactive about your health is crucial to making the most of your golden years. Unfortunately, recent data suggests that many older men struggle to open up about their health concerns — and that results in poorer health outcomes. The good news is that family and in-home caregivers can help bridge the men’s health gap, […]

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    Couple with caregiver at home

    When a family member is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease, people often feel at a loss. The desire to provide the best care possible often wars with the feeling of being overwhelmed by the path ahead. Sadly, this situation is becoming more common. The number of people affected by forms of dementia has more than doubled […]

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    A caregiver helps an older man with managing chronic illness at home.

    Many people living with chronic illnesses can’t maintain their quality of life alone. That’s why in-home caregivers are crucial partners to people with chronic disease; caregivers, whether professionally trained or family members, can help with managing chronic illness at home by pitching in with difficult tasks and chores to keep clients healthy and fulfilled. And […]

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    Two people discuss the financial benefits of in-home caregiving.

    When a loved one begins to struggle to care for themselves alone, your first thought is naturally about how to ensure they get the best care possible to continue living a happy life. Unfortunately, the next consideration most families need to think of is often how caregiving will affect their finances. Many people in this […]

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    A person receiving home health care for dementia patients completes a puzzle on a white table.

    Dementia is a disease that affects far more than just the person afflicted. When dementia strikes, family members must often come together to care for a person with unique and often challenging needs. Though many people opt for care at an assisted living facility, the benefits of providing in-home care for dementia patients make it […]

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