We understand it is not the care we provide that makes a difference - but the way in which we provide it.
If you’re looking for the perfect holiday gift for the older adult in your life, this guide is for you. Holiday gift-giving can be a daunting task no matter how long you have been at it. And as your loved one transitions through different stages of life, what works?
One of the great things about ending a year is seeing all the positive growth and accomplishments of the previous twelve months. At Home Care Providers, we love sharing information that can help you do your best caregiving and keeps you on top of home care trends.
This time of year, we are seeing advertisements everywhere sharing about it being Medicare Open Enrollment time. Are you READY? What does it mean for you or your loved one?
We think of gratitude as a muscle…. the more you use it, the stronger impact on your health and happiness it has!
Most of us, living with dementia or not, get tired later in the day. And as we are all very familiar, Daylight Savings Time tends to exacerbate those feelings. In fact, Daylight Savings is so unpopular that there is even a bill called the “Sunshine Protection Act” currently sitting in The House, waiting to be passed into law.
We each can play many roles in our lives. From son/daughter, worker, parent, role model spouse, and caregiver. Handling a plethora of roles at any given time can come with different sets of challenges and feelings.
November is not only Home Care and Hospice Care month but also National Family Caregivers month. In 2021, 1 in 6 Americans were caregivers of someone 50 years or older. Home Care Providers’ wants to acknowledge the love and care these family caregivers provide day in and day out.
It’s here. That time of year again.
In collaboration with Rachel Ridgeway, Ridge Senior Fitness, Owner