How To Make Tough Care Decisions for Elderly Loved Ones
June 30, 2022 Family & Loved Ones
Tips to help handle the emotions and uncertainty when the time comes to intercede on behalf of an elderly loved one’s care.
Infographic: Communicating When a Loved One Has Memory Loss
June 28, 2022 Alzheimer's & Dementia Care Support
Alzheimer’s and related disorders change the way that seniors connect with others. Here are 6 tips to help improve interactions when an aging friend or loved one has dementia symptoms such as memory loss and disorientation.
2022 West Region Caregiver of the Year
June 27, 2022 Caregiving
Maria Castro was selected as the West Region Caregiver of the Year among thousands of other caregivers from California, Arizona and Hawaii for her exemplary commitment to making a difference in the lives of her clients and team members.
Sandwich Generation Caregiving Organizational Tips
June 23, 2022 Caregiving
Family caregivers who are raising children and caring for an aging parent at the same time can be under a lot of stress as they deal with the challenges this brings. If this is you, read these great tips to help you stay organized.
10 Summer Health and Safety Tips for Seniors
June 21, 2022 Health & Safety
From dehydration to avoiding heat-related illness and protecting your eyes, here are 10 summer health and safety tips for older adults.
2022 Southwest Region Caregiver of the Year
June 20, 2022 Caregiving
Vodrick Morrison was selected as the Southwest Region Caregiver of the Year among thousands of other caregivers from Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Louisiana for his exemplary commitment to making a difference in the lives of his clients and team members.
How Caring for Elderly Parents at Home Is Different Than Caring for Children
June 16, 2022 Family & Loved Ones
The life cycle comes full circle when adult children turn caregivers for their elderly parents. It’s important adult children recognize that caring for a parent is a very different scenario than caring for a child. Whatever precipitating factors prompt adult children to step up as caregivers, there are 5 basic guidelines to keep in mind.
What it takes to be an in-home caregiver
June 14, 2022
Passion. A desire to make a difference in the lives of others. Trustworthiness. There isn’t one specific quality, experience or background required to become an in-home caregiver. At Right at Home Salem, we believe all kinds of people make the best caregivers.
Men’s Health Month: A Topic for Family Caregivers
June 14, 2022 Caregiving
June is Men’s Health Month, a national observance used to raise awareness about the importance of health care for men. Learn the 8 things that are important to know about reminding the men in your life to get all the recommended health screenings and checkups, and to adopt a healthier lifestyle.
2022 Northwest Central Region Caregiver of the Year
June 13, 2022 Caregiving
Marci Meader, caregiver at Right at Home in Reno, Nevada, has been recognized as the 2022 Northwest Central Region Caregiver of the Year for delivering in-home care and assistance to seniors and their families.
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