Posts Tagged ‘Senior Home Care’
One factor that may cause a need for senior home care in Delaware County, and the rest of the world, is the threat of stroke. A stroke is caused when a blood clog restricts the flow of blood to the brain, and even a single stroke can sometimes cause massive neurological damage. In many cases, strokes can drastically alter victims’ personalities and muscle control, or even render them incapable of supporting themselves.
Neighborly Home Care’s Recommended Resources for Individuals and Families Seeking and Using Senior Home Care Services
If you or someone in your family is a senior dealing with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, the effects of a stroke or dementia, then you surely know the importance of senior home care services. These services help with daily activities, but they can also help both you and your family understand the nature of the particular disease better. As senior home care professionals, we have outlined some great resources to aid you in dealing with any of the debilitating senior problems mentioned above.
Neighborly Home Care Hires Diana M. Aguirre, A Registered Nurse (R.N.) To Provide Field Supervision & Training for Elderly Care Service Home Health Aides & Certified Nurse Aides
Ardmore, PA – As people age, performing strenuous daily activities that are necessary for the upkeep of their homes and their wellbeing becomes harder and harder, especially if they are living alone. Neighborly Home Care is a senior home care agency that is constantly looking for new ways to help elderly citizens, who live alone in their homes, to retain their independence while also offering aid with simple chores. The delicate balance between caring for seniors while allowing them to have a sense of control over their own lives is difficult to achieve. Understanding and maintaining this balance is critical when providing elderly home care. To assist with this balance and to provide field supervision and training for home health aides and certified nurse aides, Neighborly Home Care is proud to announce the addition of Diana M. Aguirre to its team of seasoned professionals.
As people begin to grow older they begin to lose the ability to do the same things that they were able to when they were younger. Basic tasks like cooking and cleaning, which were once part of a manageable daily routine, are now too difficult to perform. Despite this, many elderly individuals prefer to live in their homes and refuse to move into a senior community. Often, this is because they want to remain in the home that holds so many happy memories from their lives.
Representatives from Senior Home Care Company Neighborly Home Care Attend Pennsylvania Homecare Association Event
Specialists from trusted senior home care provider, Neighborly Home Care, recently attended Pennsylvania Homecare Association & Department of Public Welfare/Office of Long Term Living Provider’s Meeting event at the Radisson Hotel in Camp Hill, PA. This event brought together hundreds of stakeholders from within the home care field and provided an opportunity for the Neighborly Home Care team to learn about the latest regulatory updates from the Office of Long-Term Living. In addition, they were able to discover more about the new budgetary initiatives implemented this fiscal year.
The summer sun has been welcomed by residents across Pennsylvania, but for some seniors living at home, the increased heat of the summer can result in significant health concerns. Therefore, it is important that caregivers provide their loved ones, especially if they are elderly, enhanced levels of care during the hot summer season. Trusted Ardmore-based senior home care specialists, Neighborly Home Care, are now helping to ensure the safety of seniors across Delaware County, Bryn Mawr and Bala Cynwyd by offering their tips for optimal care.
Many families caring for an elderly parent may come to realize their loved one is no longer able to act independently or complete previously manageable tasks. Perhaps they have experienced a physical or mental decline which necessitates 24 hour home care and support. Seniors who need either home care or other forms of support 24 hours a day can find comfort knowing there are still alternatives to nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Home care agencies such as Neighborly Home Care offer around the clock care. This continuous care is also known as “live-in” care. Caregivers who provide “live-in” senior home care 24 hours a day offer many services, including (but not limited to) personal care, meal preparation, and medication reminders.
24-Hour Care Allows Caregivers to Recognize Evolving Emotional and Physical Requirements
One benefit of a live-in caregiver is having someone there with your loved one 24 hours a day to closely[...]