End of life care or palliative care is given to patients that are terminally ill or chronically ill and are in the final stages of life. The care given to the patient focus heavily on quality of life as opposed to recovery.
What is personal care? Personal care generally covers all care related to hygiene and daily activities. The term can refer to other services provided. However, when used for home care we will refer to it as the hygiene and grooming portion of personal care.
Companion care is care provided primarily for emotional support and companionship. It can be conducted in the senior’s home, in a retirement home, or even in a hospital. However It is most generally offered to seniors who are healthy enough to live independently but for diverse reasons no one is able to provide intellectual and emotional support. Let’s look at some services this might entail.
What is Respite Care? Respite care Is temporary care designed to provide relief for the normal caregiver. We know caregivers come in all different forms. Whether it's a family member or a close personal
In order to understand the difference between Alzheimer's and Dementia we must first take a look at some contextual words. Alzheimer's is defined as a “disease” where as dementia is classified as a “syndrome”.
Women Live Longer Than Men Currently women live longer than men. Don't believe me? In an article published on Scientific America male life expectancy was 73.4 years for males and 80.1 years for females,
Meet our team Have you ever wondered what goes in to a great Home Care team. Like any great recipe you need the right ingredients, combined the right time, and baked at the right
I found this article on #foxnews about an #elderly man who was pushed off a bus and later died due to his injuries. This video is a starch reminder of the dangers facing our #seniorcitizens