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Helping Seniors To Heal After A Surgery

Do you have a senior loved one who you will need help with their post-surgery? For seniors with age-related cognitive and physical health issues, the road to recovery post-surgery is a long one. During these difficult times, a family member who has prepared for the job and has etched out a transitional care strategy will be able to make a lot of difference to the senior’s quality of life when he or she is healing.  Continue reading “Helping Seniors To Heal After A Surgery” »

3 Effectual Strategies To Reduce Hospital Readmission

Family caregivers leave no stone unturned to provide proper care and improve the patient’s health. Despite the hard work, many times patients are readmitted to the hospital within 15-30 days. And, it’s not wrong to say the going back to the hospital is hard for patients as well as caregivers.

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4 Necessary Home Modifications When Living With Seniors

As much as 90% of elderly people prefer living in their own homes while they age. When you’re living with a senior or an aging parent, it’s essential to make modifications to make it easier for them to age in place. If you’re wondering the most popular home modifications for seniors to make their aging in a place convenient and comfortable, read the given list that we have created for you. Continue reading “4 Necessary Home Modifications When Living With Seniors” »

Three Tell-tale Signs that Tell Your Senior Family Member Need a Private Life Care Manager

Many people don’t hire home care professionals for their aging senior members until it’s too late. They either try to save the cost that an aging life care manager would charge or don’t feel the need for external help even when the aging member needs it the most. In most cases, it’s the latter. This is probably because they don’t know about the signs that tell that their aging member might need help, which is why we thought of pouring some light on this matter. Continue reading “Three Tell-tale Signs that Tell Your Senior Family Member Need a Private Life Care Manager” »

Four Types of Home Modification Assistance for seniors

Many seniors aging in place and those recovering from an injury or illness decide to modify their home suiting to their emerging needs to comfortably age in place and prevent injuries. However, seldom do they get it done either because of poor mobility or lack of finances considering little to no available income sources in old age. Fortunately, some organizations, mainly the federal government, provide some form of assistance to seniors who wish to make changes in their home, be those as simple as updating doorknobs or installing a stairlift, or any other. Continue reading “Four Types of Home Modification Assistance for seniors” »

Emergency Preparedness Tips for Families with Senior Members

While it is ideal for everyone to have an emergency plan in place to effectively and safely deal with natural disasters, it is even more important for seniors and individuals who have mobility issues to be well prepared for emergency situations. It is essential for seniors to build connections and look for support networks so that when critical situations arise, they know where to seek help. That is why emergency preparedness becomes of utmost importance. Below are some guidelines for you to be better equipped to deal with dangerous situations. Continue reading “Emergency Preparedness Tips for Families with Senior Members” »

3 Signs That Tell You Need Transitional Care Services

Many people find hospital-to-home transition stressful because of the associated risk of readmission. Almost 1 out of 5 patients re-hospitalized within 30 days of being discharged from hospitals, reveal statistics. And not to forget the crushing cost of hospitalization, with or without insurance, that often paralyzes the financial wheel of a family. However, you can avoid readmission and have a smooth transition from hospital-to-home with the help of transitional care services. But when to call in the experts can be tricky to know. Continue reading “3 Signs That Tell You Need Transitional Care Services” »

Common Hazards To A Senior’s Well-Being At Home

Seniors, aging parents, and people with disability issues feel comfortable in familiar surroundings; they do not prefer living in nursing facilities. This calls for appropriate changes in the house so that seniors or elderly patients continue to live happily in their usual space without feeling a lack of safety aids, which are provided in nursing facilities. That is why home safety and aides check is of utmost importance for seniors to live in their house without any danger. Below are some of the common potential threats to a senior’s well-being in his/her house. Continue reading “Common Hazards To A Senior’s Well-Being At Home” »

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