Senior Home Care Can Help When Your Loved One Needs to Stop Driving
Driving is often associated with independence and seniors may be hesitant to give that up. Senior home care can help with safety on the road.
When Should Your Senior Mom or Dad Stop Driving?
Family caregivers must keep an eye on their elderly loved ones to see whether driving is still a safe activity.
Pair Home Care With Technology for Optimal Safety
Your mom lives alone in her home, and she will not hear of downsizing, even though that would make you more comfortable.
Tips for Fall-Proofing Homes
Did you know that about 6 of every 10 falls in the elderly happen when they are at home? This is where most senior citizens spend their time.
What Are the Indicators Your Mom Shouldn’t Bathe Alone?
Did you know that when a person falls in a bathroom, there’s a 2x greater risk of injury over falls in other areas of the home?
Four Surprising Things That Increase the Fall Risk
What increases your parents’ fall risk? You can probably come up with a list of issues like poor lighting, clutter, and arthritis pain.
Tips for Reducing Fire Risk for a Senior with Cognitive Functioning Decline
Home Care in Burlington NC: Each year nearly 15,000 civilians are injured in fires, and more than 3,000 die. Unfortunately, elderly adults are at the highest risk of experiencing death as a result of a fire, and challenges such as cognitive functioning decline can put your parent at even greater risk.