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Aging in Place Archives | Generations Home Care
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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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    An in-home caregiver can help with the transition to end-of-life-care.
    Transitioning your loved one to end-of-life care is never easy. On both an emotional and pragmatic level, the challenges that this type of care presents require the utmost sensitivity and attention to detail. At Generations Home Care, we believe no one should face that journey alone. Here’s how in-home caregivers can help with end-of-life care […]
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    An in-home caregiver helps support the emotional well-being of in-home care recipients
    Staying independent is a top priority for seniors who want to make the most of their golden years. For some people, receiving in-home care can make the difference between living happily and comfortably at home, or needing to move into an assisted living facility where they will lose more of their independence. However, people who […]
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    A homebound senior being cared for by a caregiver
    It’s difficult to define what being a homebound senior means as there are varying levels due to social, clinical, and cultural limitations. Often people think the inability to drive defines a person as homebound, but it is so much more than that. A homebound senior faces extreme difficulty with the functions of daily living. Older […]
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    A senior women enjoying her independence
     A common preference among aging Americans is to stay in their homes as they grow older. For example, a new American Association of Retired People (AARP) study shows that three out of four adults over the age of 50 plan to stay in their homes and communities as they age. There are many positive reasons […]
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    Generations Home Care Continuum of Care
    As we age, our care needs grow and change. What a 65-year old needs for care differs greatly from the needs of a 75-year old, which are again different from the needs of an 85 or 95-year old. It becomes a challenge, then, for older people to navigate all these different care modalities. Where do […]
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    Arizona couples care
    In a perfect world, each of us would transition gracefully into old age with our beloved spouses by our side. Unfortunately, our world is far from perfect. As a result, many aging couples will face significant challenges if they want to remain together as they age. For starters — whether due to age differences, disease, […]
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    Live-In Caregivers with Senior Woman
    As we age, it becomes harder and harder to do the things we once took for granted. Simple activities of daily living like bathing, dressing, and errands can be extremely difficult for some older people. As a result, seniors often enter assisted living facilities when they realize they can no longer fully care for themselves. […]
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    Aging Parent with Adult Child
    Do you remember when your parents gave you The Talk? If you’re like a lot of other people, this memory probably stirs a mixture of feelings, including horror, amusement, and a healthy dose of embarrassment — which is perfectly understandable. After all, the birds-and-the-bees can be a minefield for parents and children alike, and in many […]
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    Healthy Aging Arizona
    According to an AARP study, 87% of adults age 65 and over would prefer to stay in their own homes as they age. And who can blame them? Many of these older adults saw their own parents institutionalized in retirement and skilled nursing facilities, and want to avoid the safe fate as they age. Unfortunately, […]
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