Tips for Regulating Sleeping Patterns In Alzheimer’s Patients

There are very few human behaviors that aren’t affected by Alzheimer’s, making it an extremely difficult disease for everyone involved. Understanding that the patterns aren’t entirely erratic can shed some light on better ways to handle the problems. For those providing home care for seniors these tips can encourage better decision making and planning skills. [...]

By | December 29th, 2015|Dementia home care, Home Care Blog, Senior care, Westlake Village|0 Comments

5 Foods to Boost Memory: Select Home Care

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 [...]

3 Tips to Know When Choosing Hospice Care

Few of us are comfortable around death, however hospice workers do everything in their power to treat the last stages of life with dignity, respect and maybe even celebration. Many may even receive hospice home care for seniors. When elderly people have done everything they’ve wanted to do and feel ready to face the final [...]

By | December 17th, 2015|Blog, In Home Care, Westlake Village|0 Comments

Home Health Care Tips: Prevent the Risk of Falling

Our balance, flexibility and muscle strength decline if we don’t use it, however for seniors it can start diminishing much sooner than even they realize. An unforeseen fall during the advanced ages can be exceptionally devastating and can drastically decrease mobility for months afterward. Those who provide senior home health services are aware of how [...]

By | December 7th, 2015|Blog, Home Care Blog, In Home Care, Westlake Village|0 Comments

Social Interaction in Seniors

There’s no doubt that having proper social interaction is important at every age, though for senior home health care especially. Loved ones hold a special place in our hearts, it is essential to have people that can be trusted to be there in times of need. In the digital age, it’s simple to forget just [...]

By | November 30th, 2015|Blog, Home Care Blog, Westlake Village|0 Comments

Assembly Bill 322 Can Affect Your Family

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 [...]

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

A Child as a Parent and a Caregiver as a Blessing

My Mother has always been a handful.  She is argumentative, disruptive and abrasive.  Yet with all this topical anger and angst, she possesses a love that is so incredibly deep and loyal.  Being Irish born and immigrating to the states with her parents so long ago, she lived through hardships and tribulations.  She is stubborn [...]

By | November 4th, 2015|Blog, Dementia home care, In Home Care, Senior care|0 Comments

5 Tips in Selecting the Right Senior Home Care

Your loved one might wish to age in their own home, instead of moving to an assisted living community. The familiarity of a parent or family member’s own home promotes a less stressful environment for those battling with dementia or Alzheimer. Start by speaking with your parent or family member about senior home care. Be [...]

By | October 28th, 2015|Blog, Home Care Blog, Senior care|0 Comments

Memory Recollection Tips for Alzheimer’s

Memory Recollection Tips for Alzheimer's’ A family member coping with Alzheimer’s can struggle retaining memories. Recent events easily become unclear and puzzling. A loved one’s past will usually be clearer than the present. Witnessing a family member deal with Alzheimer’s is painful. Nevertheless, those close to the Alzheimer family member can provide comfort in helping [...]

By | October 28th, 2015|Blog, Dementia home care|0 Comments

Are You Part of the Sandwich Generation?

Are you part of the “sandwich generation?” Do you have a living parent age 65 or older and are you raising a child under age 18 or supporting a grown child? What is the sandwich generation? Carol Abaya, M.A., is nationally recognized as an expert on the sandwich generation, aging and elder/parent care issues. As [...]

By | September 23rd, 2015|Blog, Home Care Blog, Pasadena|0 Comments