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Personalized dementia home care provides many benefits for seniors and families

6 Benefits of Customized Dementia Care

Seniors living with dementia have different needs depending on their symptoms, disease stages, risks, overall health, personal preferences, and other factors. A “one-size-fits-all” care option may not take all of these factors into account, making it more challenging for people with dementia to receive proper care. Here are a few benefits of customized, one-to-one dementia care provided by a qualified in-home caregiver.

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palliative care at home

Understanding Palliative In-Home Care

When an elderly loved one has been diagnosed with a serious illness or is struggling to cope at home, it can be a stressful and confusing time for the whole family. But through palliative care, your loved one can enjoy greater comfort and ease, whatever the stage of their treatment or condition.

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Caregiver support for seniors and family caregivers

When the Elderly Need Help, Who is Their “Natural Caregiver?”

It’s a natural, loving act for family members to step in when a loved one needs support, but there’s an important aspect of caregiving to consider. What impact does caregiving have on existing family relationships, and how can family caregivers receive the support they need?

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Is it Time for Your Loved Ones to Leave Their Homes?

At this point, one of the biggest decisions families face is whether or not their loved one is still able to live at home. Families are often left wondering if it would be best for their loved one to move into a family member’s home, assisted living facility, or nursing home.

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Assisted Living Care Can Be Made Easy

By hiring a personal caregiver from Visiting Angels to assist your loved one, you can supplement the care they receive through assisted living, improve their quality of life, and enjoy greater peace of mind yourself.

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Home care words and phrases to help you make the right care decision.

Home Care Terminology: A Glossary for Caregivers

If you’re looking into home care for a senior loved one for the first time, you’ll probably encounter new and unfamiliar lingo as you research various care options. Although some terms are self-explanatory, others can be confusing, especially if they are used interchangeably or incorrectly. Before you get stuck in the “alphabet soup” of care jargon, check out this helpful glossary of home care terminology.

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