The latest from the CARE Blog.
August is National Wellness Month. Make sure the senior in your life is staying healthy by helping them incorporate healthy eating, regular exercise, and more.
Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s requires understanding, compassion, and patience. It can be challenging, but it is also rewarding to know you are making a difference. Below are just a few tips for enhancing your caregiving journey and your loved one’s quality of life.
Staying hydrated especially in the summer days is important for everyone, but especially seniors. Often, dehydration and heat exhaustion go hand in hand, so it is important to know what it is, how it happens, what the warning signs are, and tips for preventing it.
When you can’t visit your loved one face-to-face, it is important to stay in touch from a distance. Relationships keep everyone living a healthier and fuller life, and sometimes we have to think of creative ways to maintain and foster these relationships.
At home activities and financial resources are important in times like these. At C.A.R.E. Inc. your family is ours! We want everyone to stay safe and healthy!
The days are long, and the nights can be longer. And sometimes ... you just need a break. You’re thinking, How can I ask for time away when my loved one can’t walk, talk, or even get a good night’s rest?It’s normal to feel that you shouldn’t leave or take time for yourself.
National Senior Independence Month celebrates seniors and empowers them to have the confidence and quality of life that comes with independent living.
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.