Finding the perfect home health care provider can pose unique challenges. That’s why we have put together this short guide of good questions to ask a home health care provider.
This article details the various types of senior living available to help you get a better understanding of which level of care will best suit your loved one’s needs.
Hospice care can make your time with them more enjoyable and memorable. This is why it’s so important to know when hospice should begin.
There are many questions surrounding getting a loved one into the right care for hospice. Where do you go? Which choice is right for my loved one?
The term “financial advisor” can be intimidating. It probably brings up a lot of questions. What do financial advisors do? Who needs to hire a financial advisor? How do I meet financial advisors and choose one to work with?
This article is going to walk you through answers to all of these questions.
Thinking ahead to decisions that may need to be made if you are in an emergency situation or in danger of death is never pleasant but spelling out certain things you wish to happen ahead of time can be a great comfort to you and your family. An advanced care directive is an important document to create while you are healthy and can think objectively about your care.
When talking about older adults, a continuum of care model provides individuals with the care they need at each stage of their life, from support with daily tasks while they are living independently to increasingly specialized care as they age.
Today, memory loss is prevalent in over 16 million people throughout the US. As a spouse, child, or caregiver, knowing when to seek out professional memory care services is key.
Caregiver burnout can take a toll on a person’s emotional and physical well-being. Asking for help is an important part of being a caregiver. Taking time for yourself as a caregiver will help you be more present as you care for your loved one and provide them with the best care possible.
For aging adults and their families, choosing the right care organization requires meticulous research, in-person facility tours, and careful consideration. As you explore your options, you may notice that there’s more to your decision than meets the eye.