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13 03, 2016

5 Tips to Know When Considering Hospice Care

By | March 13th, 2016|Blog, Westlake Village|0 Comments

Ideally an elderly person and their family will consider hospice care well before they need to, unfortunately this is not always the case. Hospice care remains an excellent option for those who want effective in home health care during the final stages of life. Here are 5 tips for anyone to consider when trying to [...]

4 03, 2016

Financing Senior Health Care

By | March 4th, 2016|Blog, Home Care Blog|0 Comments

It’s normal for a person to not know exactly how much senior care costs, and part of this is due to the fact that it obviously varies for everyone. Another component of being unsure is largely due to the fact that most people probably assume they can’t afford it, and therefore it’s much easier to [...]

27 02, 2016

Understanding and Preventing Pneumonia in Seniors

By | February 27th, 2016|Home Care Blog, In Home Care, Senior care, Westlake Village|0 Comments

Pneumonia in the elderly is particularly threatening because as the body ages, the immune system can weaken considerably. In home care services for aging seniors, it can prove difficult to spot the symptoms of this disease. At times pneumonia symptoms mimic the signs of a person with Alzheimer’s. To understand the best preventive practices, an [...]

5 02, 2016

2016 Congress Funding for Alzheimer’s

By | February 5th, 2016|Caring For Others, Dementia home care, Westlake Village|0 Comments

With all the advancement, effort and money made in the medical field, it can feel frustrating that there is still no cure for Alzheimer’s. What’s important to remember is that despite any kind of waste or inefficiency that might be found today amongst the doctors, there are still discoveries being made that could lead to [...]

25 01, 2016

2016 Dementia Risks

By | January 25th, 2016|Dementia home care, Home Care Blog, Westlake Village|0 Comments

Knowing the risks can help a person in home senior care feel more in control (and thereby calmer) about what they can do to help themselves avoid a certain fate. Education will also ensure that family members can follow the same rules as well to help keep them out of risk of dementia or Alzheimer’s. [...]