Caregivers spend much of their time caring for someone else. While many enjoy helping others, being a primary caregiver is physically and emotionally draining because the person they care for needs
In-home care is for elderly or sick individuals who need additional medical assistance and emotional support but do not want to leave the comfort of their home. Prospective patients should consider
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 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.