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.

  • Managing Chronic Pain in Seniors

    Managing Chronic Pain in Seniors

    As a caretaker, it is important to take a proactive approach to chronic pain and help the senior that you are caring for understand that they can get relief from the pain. Here are our tips for how to create an action plan to address and manage chronic pain in seniors with the help of a healthcare professional.
  • Snacking, Stress and Caregivers: Why Caregivers Turn To Bad Nutrition And How To Prevent It

    Snacking, Stress and Caregivers: Why Caregivers Turn To Bad Nutrition And How To Prevent It

    Being a caregiver is not an easy job. To look after an individual (or a bunch of individuals) for long periods of time can be both physically and emotionally taxing. In the process, the caregiver usually forgets to take care of his or her health. It’s not just a lack of sleep or lack of socialization, but also bad nutrition that goes into keeping them energized throughout the day.
  • Understanding Sundowner’s Syndrome

    Understanding Sundowner’s Syndrome

    Sundowner’s syndrome, also known as sundowning, is a term used to describe the phenomenon where older patients, often in long-term care or a hospital facility, can become confused, angry or otherwise agitated during the late afternoon, evening or nighttime.
  • Home Health Care vs In-Home Care: Which is right for your loved one?

    Home Health Care vs In-Home Care: Which is right for your loved one?

    Making the ultimate decision for full-time health care for your loved one is something that should be made with meticulous attention to detail. With that in mind, there are two options to consider. Home health care and in-home care both carry their advantages and disadvantages. To properly analyze what choice you should go with, it’s best to assess all of your options.
  • Leave No Man Behind: Helping Veterans Fight Against Dementia

    Leave No Man Behind: Helping Veterans Fight Against Dementia

    Dementia has been identified as one of the chief age-related diseases plaguing North America and the United States in particular. While many non-veteran aged people face dementia, they are usually cared for by their families. However, veterans need special care, given that they might be facing other illnesses such as PTSD and depression alongside dementia.

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