Want to help your loved one age in place? Learn what steps you can take to create an enjoyable, safe, and comfortable home care environment.
If you possess a strong desire to make a difference in the lives of others while unleashing your full potential, caregiving could be your calling.
Although it’s highly gratifying, serving as a family caregiver can be physically, mentally, and emotionally demanding. Adding numerous holiday activities to an already full plate can push even the most seasoned caregiver to the breaking point.
While caring for a loved one when you live in the same city can be difficult, long-distance caregiving can present a unique set of challenges. Here are five tips to help you protect your loved ones when you can’t be there with them.
At HomeChoice Home Care Solutions, we’ve met and assisted hundreds of family caregivers over the past 15+ years. We understand how important mindfulness and self-care are for these special people, and we’d love to share these five tips to help you be your best for yourself and your family.
Having helped many families with loved ones suffering from dementia, we’re happy to provide you with these tips on how you can create dementia-friendly holidays and celebrations for you, your family, and your loved ones.
Any way you slice it, caring for elderly relatives can create a messy family dynamic. If you’ve been shouldering most of the caregiving burden alone, here’s how to let family members know that you could use their help without damaging your relationships.
Is there a senior in your life who wants to remain in the comfort of their own home? Here's how to know when it's time for some home care assistance so they can do just that.
Your aging in place elderly mother has been in declining health for several years now. She lives nearby, so you and your spouse take turns providing mom with the care she needs. But you both also have jobs, a household and two active children to manage. Some days you and your spouse hardly see one another at all, and now the kids are starting to complain. What should you do?