With all the home care companies out there, making the right decision isn’t easy. If you’re still unsure how to get started, this handy guide should make the selection process more rewarding for everyone involved.
Since most seniors won’t admit that they’re having trouble performing activities of daily living (ADLs), visiting Mom and Dad this season also provides the perfect opportunity to conduct a wellness check. However, knowing what to look for while in your parents’ home can be challenging.
Deciding when to move aging parents into your home is never easy. What follows are several reliable ways to ensure it's the best decision for your family.
7% of all Americans aged 65+ require at least some assistance to perform activities that they previously could do on their own. As a result, millions of independent seniors each year rely on informal caregivers or professional caregivers to assist them with what are commonly referred to as “activities of daily living,” or simply “ADLs.”