Posts Tagged ‘Senior Independence’
As your parents or other elderly loved ones get older, their needs will become increasingly challenging. While choosing a nursing home is an option, a growing number of people are electing to move their parents into their homes with the assistance of home care agents. If you have considered all of the choices and decided that moving your aging parent into your home is the best choice, you should know what changes and adjustments you can expect.
Do you have elderly loved ones who are beginning to have trouble taking care of themselves? Many options are available to provide the help they need: elderly in home care, retirement homes, nurse visits, and living with their family. Knowing what is best for them can be hard, so you have to weigh all the options.
Watching a parent grow older and experience the signs of aging can be difficult. Families should understand the aging process and to learn the signs that could indicate an elderly parent requires additional help around their home. As experienced specialists in this area, the team at elderly home care company Neighborly Home Care is now highlighting 7 warning signs that an elderly parent needs some help. Learn the signs and in the coming months we will discuss the transitions and the steps needed to prepare for the changing needs of aging loved ones.
For seniors living in their own homes, the wintertime can be a challenging period of the year. Families should come together during this period to analyze the potential risks within loved ones’ homes and ensure their safety during the colder months. In this article, the trusted team at senior care company Neighborly Home Care gives five tips for winterizing homes.
In-home care experts at Neighborly Home Care highlight growing national trend – Senior citizens moving back in with their children
Did you know that President Obama’s mother-in-law recently moved into the White House? Seniors from all over the country are now moving back in with their children to receive in-home care directly from their relatives. The team at in-home care company Neighborly Home Care has noticed this national trend taking place. It is a trend that is helping seniors save their pension money while allowing multiple generations to live together in a safe and comfortable care-focused home environment. Safety and security are especially important for seniors with memory problems and health complications.
Senior Care Agency, Neighborly Home Care Presents the Negative Consequences That Governor Tom Wolf’s Actions Will Have on Home Care
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has recently announced that he will be making three major changes that could have a negative impact on senior care services.
Home Care Provider, Delaware County’s Neighborly Home Care Offers Senior Citizens Affordable Living & Housing Options
As senior citizens age, they might find that living alone can be challenging emotionally, physically, financially, and socially. Fortunately, there are multiple senior living and housing options for elderly individuals. These can include anything from:
Remaining at home
Relocating to independent living communities (typically ranging from $1,000-$5,000 monthly)
Choosing assisted living (typically ranging from $3,000-$5,000 monthly)
Moving into a skilled nursing facility (typically ranging from $200-$400 daily) or
For many elderly citizens, especially ones who are living alone, the home can prove to be a dangerous environment. Although most senior citizens are quite capable of caring for themselves, there are certain risks that come with aging that sometimes cannot be avoided. One of the biggest threats to seniors’ safety is falling at home…