In the event you are providing elderly care in Philadelphia, you may be called upon to help with a wide variety of tasks for the senior in your life – and one of those tasks may be helping them make decisions regarding insurance. Deciding whether Medicare/Medicaid or private long-term care insurance will be better can be difficult – particularly when they offer different benefits.
Tax season is here again – will you be helping to prepare taxes for an elderly loved one in your life? Senior home caregivers in Philadelphia often find themselves in the position of assisting with taxes, which can be a particularly stressful situation. Keeping track of one’s own taxes is difficult enough, but what about someone else’s taxes?
As any of the caregiver agencies in Philadelphia can tell you, any form of caregiving involves unique challenges. In part one and part two of this series, we covered the work stresses and overall emotional stress that many caregivers often deal with. However, perhaps the toughest emotional challenge comes from caring for a loved one with dementia. Every day, they can slip further away. On one hand, the “spirit” of the person you know is vanishing, but on the other, they remain alive and physically present.
Philadelphia Home Care Provider Neighborly Home Care Encourages People To Promote Health for American Heart Month
Feb 5, 2019 – Ardmore, PA – February is American Heart Month, the month to recognize the impact that our lifestyles have on our cardiac health. American Heart Month is particularly important to Neighborly Home Care, and anyone else providing home care for senior citizens.
May 25, 2018 – Philadelphia, PA – Beginning in April 2018, the US government began mailing out new Medicare cards to Medicare enrollees across the country. Senior residents in Pennsylvania are scheduled to receive their cards between April and June, 2018. The new cards are designed to help reduce the amount of fraud associated with Medicare cards and identity theft – but senior care provider, Neighborly Home Care believes enrollees and their families should be aware of the potential for scams.
May is here, and that means Older Americans Month has arrived. Originally established during the Kennedy Presidency (as “Senior Citizens Month”), Older Americans Month is all about celebrating aging and the contributions which older Americans make. Whether you are providing home care for a senior citizen, or merely want to spend some extra quality time with older relatives in your family, Older Americans Month provides a great opportunity.