Today, seniors are living longer than ever before, and a majority want to age in place. As they do, many families will need to provide more care to keep them safe. If your loved one is currently living with you or plans to, here are some ways to make your home safe for your aging parents. Have an Area Where You Can Secure Their Pets Falls are the leading hazard among seniors, and a major culprit of this is pets. As much as we love our smallest and fuzziest family members, they can be hazardous to aging parents, especially for…> Read More
As our loved ones get older, changes can occur rapidly or unexpectedly. But this doesn’t necessarily mean they have to give up their independence at home. Hiring a professional caregiver can provide the at-home support and assistance required so they can still live their life to the fullest while enjoying the comforts of their own home. If you’ve been taking care of a loved one but their needs have increased, it might be time to seek help. Here are some of the most common signs that it’s time to hire experienced and compassionate home care professionals. Noticeable Changes in Appearance…> Read More
As our parents and loved ones get older, there may come a time when they’ll need more care and attention, perhaps even on a daily basis. Whether you decide to take on that role as their caregiver or hire someone to support them, the duties involved will vary based on their needs and health condition. It’s important to recognize that no matter how much you love them, taking on this role can be extremely overwhelming, which is why you should never feel ashamed to ask for help or hire someone to assist them. Here is a brief overview of the…> Read More
If you have a loved one who’s suffering from dementia, caring for them can be an extremely challenging and emotional experience. As behavioural and cognitive changes occur, they can become unpredictable and distraught, making it even more difficult to provide them with the assistance they need. However, one of the best ways to support them is to learn about the dos and don’ts in caring for a family member with dementia. The more you understand what they are going through, the more you can adapt and learn how to make them feel comfortable and safe so they can have a…> Read More
If you have a loved one who wants to age in place but requires regular assistance, allow our C-Care team to step in and help. We know how challenging it can be when you’re faced with the struggle of wanting to help an aging parent preserve their independence and quality of life at home, all while making sure they are safe and well cared for. For the past 15 years, our team has been delivering compassionate, in-home professional caregiving assistance that families are always able to depend on. With our support, take that weight off your shoulders and feel confident…> Read More
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