Elderly Care Temecula CA - Is Your Older Relative Sleepy or Is it Fatigue?

You may not think there’s much difference between your aging relative feeling sleepy or being fatigued, but there is a great deal of difference when it comes to their health. Fatigue can be a sign of some serious health conditions that need medical treatment. Understanding the difference can help you to know when your older family member just needs a nap or when it’s time to see a doctor.  

Homecare Palm Desert CA - Can Your Senior Maintain Her Mobility with Vision Loss?

Vision loss steals a lot from your aging family member. She may even start to worry that aside from no longer being able to drive, she won’t even be able to walk or to get around in her own home any longer. There are some steps that you can take as her caregiver to help her to learn what she needs to know in order to maintain her mobility and a great deal of her independence, even with vision loss. 

Homecare Menifee CA - Non-Verbal Ways You Can Practice Active Listening with Your Senior

Listening to others is something people often take for granted or think it only involves hearing what the other person is saying. This is not the case. Listening is a true action, requiring effort and focus. Active listening is about engaging with the other person and showing them you care about what they are saying. As a family caregiver, active listening can make a tremendous difference not just to your personal relationship with your senior, but also to the effectiveness of your care efforts for them.

Caregiver in Temecula CA: Dealing with Expensive Medical Bills

Amanda’s mom, Helen, had a recent hospital stay for a bout of pneumonia. Thankfully, Helen made a full recovery and was able to return to her home afterward. Amanda was Helen’s primary caregiver and took care of all manners of things, including helping Helen with her finances. Like many seniors, Helen was on a fixed budget and sometimes struggled to pay unexpected bills. Not only was the bill for Helen’s hospitalization unexpected, it was also quite large even after Medicare paid its share. Amanda had no idea how her mother would pay the bill or what to do about it.

Home Care in Victorville CA: Do Strokes Cause Pain?

When most people think about the effects of a stroke, they probably don’t think about pain. In fact, lots of people aren’t aware that stroke survivors can experience pain caused by the stroke itself. The truth is, more than 50 percent of people who suffer a stroke feel pain of some kind after the stroke. Sometimes they feel pain nearly all the time and sometimes the pain is intermittent. Understanding post-stroke pain can help you to better care for your aging relative after a stroke.

Elderly Care in Palm Desert CA: Holiday Respite Care

While caring for an elderly relative can be stressful any time of year, there’s something about the holiday season that amplifies it. If you want to get a handle on holiday activities and responsibilities, consider hiring an elderly care provider. The can assist you with your caregiving duties and provide you with some much-deserved holiday respite. With their help, you can reduce your stress levels and truly find enjoyment in the holidays.

Elder Care in Long Beach CA: Heart Attack Risk Factors for Women

As a family caregiver, you may be aware of some of the risk factors for heart attack. Perhaps you know that having high blood pressure or diabetes increases risk. And, you likely know that smoking is a major risk factor. But, did you know that some risk factors might be worse for women than they are for men? According to a research study that took place in the United Kingdom, it’s true.

Caregiver in Torrance CA: Risks Your Mom Faces if She Isn't Eating Properly

The World Health Organization estimated that 1 out of every 6 people in the world would experience malnutrition by 2015. In the elderly, WHO stated about 90 percent don't get enough vitamin D. Half of seniors don't get enough protein. About 3 out of 10 seniors don't get enough selenium, vitamin B12, or zinc. Here are a few risks your mom faces if she isn't eating properly.

Home Care in Long Beach CA: Could Your Parent Have Fibromyalgia?

If you’ve watched television lately, you’ve probably seen commercials advertising medications for fibromyalgia. In those commercials, they say the symptoms of fibromyalgia include “chronic widespread pain.” That’s not a very specific description. But, the vagueness of the description kind of sums up the disease itself because there’s still so much confusion and misunderstanding surrounding it. Fibromyalgia is a disease that can strike at any age, including as an older adult. If your aging relative has been diagnosed with the disease or is complaining of chronic pain with no apparent cause, knowing more about fibromyalgia may allow you to get them the help they need.


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