The latest from the CARE Blog.
Choosing the right caretaker can be stressful. Assigning the best person for the most important hire you’ll ever make means taking time so everyone can have peace of mind. Keeping these things in mind will help guide the process.
Holidays can be the most memorable times for families, and the most precious generations among us are those who remember holidays past. It’s time to start preparing for the most valued generations to join the holiday celebrations, and we’ve got work to do.
While Louisiana isn’t known for the blistery climates up north, it certainly gets cold enough that poor preparation can result in a lot of discomfort. The elder population is especially at risk, but there are plenty of options to keep everyone safe.
Fall brings the promise of cooler temperatures and reminds us flu season is just around the corner. Now is the perfect time to protect yourself and family, especially aging loved ones, from this potentially deadly ailment.
Being active can help seniors in a variety of ways, from benefiting cognitive functioning to maintaining physical strength. Once your beloved senior family member is finally sticking to their workout routine, you’ll be glad to have utilized these 4 various types of exercises.
There’s a lot to think about when it comes to our long-term health. But let's face it, we take our feet for granted. With this blog, you can get your foot in the door when it comes to senior foot health.
Summer is a time for fun, but for hospitals, summer is commonly referred to as “trauma season.” To keep summer as fun as it should be, here are 3 ways you can keep your child with special needs safe this summer.
Living in Louisiana doesn’t make it easy on allergy sufferers, as major cities such as New Orleans have repeatedly ranked amongst the “20 Worst Cities to Have Allergies.” Here are tips to help you and your family survive Louisiana’s harsh allergy season,
CARE, Inc. is encouraging everyone to attend Disability Services Day at the State Capitol on May 1 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. This important event will highlight services provided to this special population and the importance of increasing funding.
It’s one of the scariest phone calls a loved one can receive – there has been a fall. It can be a simple slip or a serious accident. Either way, it should signal the need for change.
Children of aging parents can undergo unnecessary amounts of stress when determining what’s best for their families. Here are some simple steps to help decide what's right.