What You Need to Know About Hospice Care

What You Need to Know About Hospice Care

What Is Hospice Care? Hospice care means end-of-life care. This type of care is reserved for people with terminal illnesses that have exhausted all treatment options. Unlike other medical care, the focus here is not to cure disease–– it’s to provide the highest...
Senior Home Care 101

Senior Home Care 101

As relatives age and their ability to care for themselves begins to dwindle, you begin to look for options to provide them adequate care. 90% of seniors want to stay in their homes for as long as possible.This is not a surprising statistic, as the vast majority of...
Assisted Living 101

Assisted Living 101

We all take for granted is how easy it is to perform daily tasks such as dressing ourselves, bathing, and cooking.  As people get older, we begin to lose many of these skills and it can pose a threat to our own lives. One in four adults over age 65 fall every year...
What is Age-Related Hearing Loss?

What is Age-Related Hearing Loss?

As you age, it’s common to lose some of your hearing. So common, in fact, that almost 1 in 2 adults over the age of 65 are affected. There are a number of factors why people lose their hearing as they age. Always seek advice of a licensed Hearing Care Professional for...
What is a Personal Care Agreement?

What is a Personal Care Agreement?

When a senior family member becomes disabled or reaches an age where they need some assistance in their daily life, the responsibility to care for these family members often falls to the younger, and more able-bodied members of the family. A personal care agreement is...