As we grow older, our bodies rely upon exercise to stay fit and strong. If we do not use our bodies, then we will lose the ability to physically function the way we desire. The mind is the same way.
Falls and slips are unfortunately very common among seniors in the United States. These types of incidents can often result in severe injuries, like broken bones, and even traumatic brain injuries. In
It’s not always easy to determine the proper moment to let an elderly loved one receive in-home care. Some older individuals may also show resistance to this idea, even though studies show most people
It’s often not easy for elderly people to adapt to living alone or in an assisted living facility, especially if their cognitive and/or body functions are no longer as strong as they used to be.
Memory is precious, and as our loved ones reach old age, they may show signs of forgetfulness from cherished memories to how to complete daily tasks. This can be troubling, but there are easy ways to
When a loved one is living with dementia, they may have a difficult time with more than just their memories. They may also find that dressing, bathing, and other activities of daily living are
Family owned in-home care provider wins 6th award for outstanding service in Bethesda, Maryland Rockville, MD January, 2020: Comfort Home Care has won a 2020 Best of Bethesda magazine Top Vote Getter
In-home care is non-medical care provided by certified home health aides. This team of caregivers offers companionship, supervision, and assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), such as
Caring for an elderly loved one takes a significant amount of physical and emotional energy. While we all want to provide the with the best care, it’s not always easy to keep up with the many demands
When a loved one needs additional medical support due to old age or illness, families are faced with several care options. Many choose in-home care because it allows their loved ones to remain in the