If you have never hired a caregiver before, the interview process may seem daunting. While you may be interested in learning what to do during an interview, it is also important that you know what not to do.
While dogs have commonly been known as “man’s best friend,” in reality any animal can fill that role for your elderly or disabled loved one.
Are you a caregiver for a loved one? When’s the last time you took a day off? How about a weekend? Can you remember your last vacation? Respite care can provide not only the break you might want, but the break your body needs.
If you or a loved one have long term care needs or a disability, it can be a complicated process to legally hire and employ caregivers.
Ample preparation for your caregiver interview can ease the stress of the process for you as well as for the client and their family.
Traveling can be stressful for individuals with disabilities or decreased mobility. Use these travel tips to ensure smooth sailing no matter the adventure.
While a wide range of health issues can cause hospitalization, these are five of the largest contributing factors to elderly hospital admittance.
Finding the right caregiver for a loved one can be a painstakingly long process. Here are some tips for interviewing caregivers to choose the right fit.
The kitchen can be an intimidating place for seniors with decreased mobility. These changes to your loved one’s home can help give the kitchen new life and bring back the joy of cooking.
What does your elderly parent’s home look like? Are there a lot of stairs? Does it have furniture that suits their needs? When is the last time it was updated or checked for safety?