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Home Health Care: Not Just for The Extremely Ill


Increasing The Safety Of Your Bathroom For A Handicapped Relative

If you have a handicapped relative living in your home, you are most likely concerned about their well-being at times you are not around to assist them. Many slip and fall accidents occur in the bathroom because of the increased humidity and moisture content in this area. Here are some tips you can use to enhance your bathroom so there is a decreased risk of your handicapped loved one getting injured while inside. Read More 

Guidelines For Eating Right With A Heart Disease

Getting in-home care for your loved one can help them eat right and lead healthy lives. Eating right is advisable for everybody, but it's particularly necessary for those living with health conditions that are easily affected by nutrition. For example, if your loved one is living with a damaged heart, they need to follow these nutritional guidelines: Moderation of Salt Intake People suffering from heart diseases should moderate their amounts of salt intake. Read More 

2 Tips For Choosing The Right Caregiver For Your Parent

Do you need to choose a caregiver for your aging parent? You may not have the time to take on the extra responsibility because you are raising a family and have a career. As much as you may want to be there all the time to provide care and support for your loved one, it simply may not be possible, and that means you might need to hire a caregiver to work with your parent when you are not around. Read More 

4 Behaviors To Avoid When Interacting With Someone With Alzheimers

If you have a loved one in your life who has Alzheimers, it can be difficult to know how to interact with them. After all, if you were close to this person, it can be difficult to see them go through this severe memory loss. However, this shouldn't drastically alter how you interact with them even though you are experiencing high set emotions during this time. Here are four behaviors you should avoid: Read More 

How to Foster Healing in Your Aging Relatives

When people age, things in life become quite different. Children move away, spouses pass on, and the effects of aging begin to appear. This is a ripe environment for depression to occur in. Your aging family members may try to keep the fact that they are becoming depressed to themselves as much as possible so not to be a burden on you. Because of this, you need to keep an eye out if you think your elderly loved one is becoming depressed. Read More 

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Home Health Care: Not Just for The Extremely Ill

My mother passed away recently, and my father had a much more difficult time accepting her passing than we expected. He refused to talk to anyone about his feelings or allow anyone to visit to help him around the house. He soon caught the flu, and he finally agreed to allow us to have someone to help him around the house temporarily. To our surprise, the home health care aide we had help him said that while he was quiet during her first visit, he soon began chatting with her a lot and even shared his feelings about our mother! I decided to create a blog to share my story and inspire other children of parents who aren't ill, yet need a little help, to not be afraid to offer it to their parents. You may be surprised when they are actually happy to have it!

Latest Posts

Increasing The Safety Of Your Bathroom For A Handicapped Relative
23 February 2017

If you have a handicapped relative living in your

Guidelines For Eating Right With A Heart Disease
15 December 2016

Getting in-home care for your loved one can help t

2 Tips For Choosing The Right Caregiver For Your Parent
13 December 2016

Do you need to choose a caregiver for your aging p

4 Behaviors To Avoid When Interacting With Someone With Alzheimers
8 December 2016

If you have a loved one in your life who has Alzhe

How to Foster Healing in Your Aging Relatives
5 December 2016

When people age, things in life become quite diffe