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31 05, 2016

Finding Companionship in Unlikely Places

By | May 31st, 2016|Blog, Home Care Blog, Pasadena, Senior companionship|0 Comments

As people age, it’s not uncommon for them to have a difficult time adjusting to the transitions in life. Companionship care is a service meant for those who can function independently, but could still use additional assistance with in home health care throughout the day. Especially as people get older and learn what they want, [...]

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 [...]

24 12, 2015

5 Foods to Boost Memory: Select Home Care

By | December 24th, 2015|Blog, Caring For Others, Dementia home care, In Home Care, Senior care, Westlake Village|0 Comments

Memory links us to who we are, and it’s extremely important for a dementia care service to promote the longevity of brain function. As generations live longer and longer, we’ve seen just how devastating the effects of dementia can be. However, there’s no reason to feel powerless against the disease, especially if you’re seeking in [...]

6 11, 2015

Assembly Bill 322 Can Affect Your Family

By | November 6th, 2015|Blog, Caring For Others, Home Care Blog, In Home Care, Senior care|0 Comments

The elderly and seniors often do not need medical related caretakers to assist in their daily activities. Non-medical home care is a service that helps those in need by assisting with activities of daily living (ADLs) in order to continue living life from the comfort of his or her own home. A family’s financial, social, and [...]

12 05, 2015

Equine Therapy and Alzheimer’s Disease

By | May 12th, 2015|Blog, Dementia home care, Home Care Blog, In Home Care, Senior companionship, Senior companionship|0 Comments

There is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease, but certain methods and practices seem to ease the symptoms and prolong some memory function. Equine therapy is one such method. When you think of caring for seniors with Alzheimer’s, the idea of working with horses may not be on the list of things that come to mind. [...]

28 04, 2015

Caregiving: How to Get the Whole Family Involved

By | April 28th, 2015|Caring For Others|0 Comments

Are you a relative or friend of an older, ill or disabled person? Is one family member responsible for providing or arranging most or all of the care? Do you want other family members and friends to become more involved? These tips can help. Start With a Family Meeting Call a family meeting to discuss [...]

28 04, 2015

Preventing Falls

By | April 28th, 2015|Caring For Others|0 Comments

Falls are a common cause of injury in older adults. Broken hips are just one of the risks of falling; the fear of falling may cause a person to limit his or her mobility. You can do a lot to reduce the risk of falls. Look below for tips that can help. Prevent Falls At [...]

22 07, 2014

Adaptive Clothing: Make Dressing Simple

By | July 22nd, 2014|Caring For Others|0 Comments

Whether it’s an issue of mobility or a difficulty using buttons and zippers, a common challenge for many seniors and people with disabilities is dressing. While caregivers can offer to make the process easier, many people prefer to perform this private task by themselves. What can people do to help make clothing themselves as simple [...]