Home Care

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Home care providers can help with a wide variety of personalized needs, including personal care, Activities of Daily Living (ADL), skilled nursing care, occupational therapy, physical therapy, respiratory therapy, and…

Durable Medical Equipment

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Durable Medical Equipment (or DME) is a term used to describe non-disposable devices in the home that assist someone living with a medical condition. Wheelchairs, glucose monitors, and CPAP machines are frequently…

Living Alone as an Older Adult

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As more older adults continue to enter their “golden years” and retirement, an increasing number of these individuals are living alone and “aging in place”, a term that has grown in popularity…

Types of Home Care for Seniors

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As older adults age, some require extra assistance to be independent. These individuals may benefit from home care. Home care providers lend a hand with a wide array of needs,…

The Difference Between Home Care and Home Health Care

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Home care and home health care both provide helpful services to older adults who live at home, but they are two separate kinds of care. Aging adults often need help…

Home Safety Tips for Aging in Place

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Home Safety Tips for Aging in Place Aging in place refers to a person who continues to live in their home as they get older, instead of moving to a…