Our Mission

Our goal with this blog is simple: to educate and empower our clients and their loved ones by providing them with the tools and resources to make care easier. We do this by offering posts by experts on home care, transition care, dementia, Alzheimer's, multiple sclerosis and elderly care.

  • Senior-Friendly Activities for Mother’s Day

    Senior-Friendly Activities for Mother’s Day

    With Mother’s Day around the corner, you should remember that celebrating holidays is good for your health — and for the health of the person you’re taking care of. Luckily, making Mother’s Day fun for seniors doesn’t have to break the bank or involve a lot of strenuous activities.
  • How to Thrive as a Caregiver

    How to Thrive as a Caregiver

    What makes a successful caregiver? Whether you have your degree in nursing or lend a hand while providing care to sick family members or friends, there are a few key ways to be the best caregiver you can be. Regardless of your skill level or professional background, you can be a successful caregiver by keeping these tips in mind.
  • 5 Tips for Talking to your Loved One about Senior Care

    5 Tips for Talking to your Loved One about Senior Care

    Senior care can be a fraught issue. For many elderly adults, they may have been dreading senior health care, feared discussing it, or are reluctant to give up what they see as their independence. To help open these conversations more easily, here are a few ways to start discussing senior health care.
  • Dealing with Grief as a Caretaker

    Dealing with Grief as a Caretaker

    Taking care of an elderly or terminally ill person can present many emotional challenges. It’s important to understand that all of these emotions, while complex and complicated, are a natural part of being a caretaker. Of all of them, however, grief can be the most challenging for a caretaker to handle.
  • How caregivers can avoid social isolation

    How caregivers can avoid social isolation

    For some caregivers, taking in a loved one because of an illness or health condition may cause them to go out less or develop a sense of loneliness. While this is common, know that as a caregiver you do not have to struggle alone. There are many ways one can overcome this sense of loneliness or isolation.

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