Cold Weather Care: Preparing Aging Parents for a Safe Winter

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Cold Weather Care

Winter is a season of beauty, bringing with it picturesque snowfalls and cozy evenings by the fire. However, for aging adults, it can also present unique challenges. As temperatures drop, it’s crucial to be prepared to promote a safe and healthy winter season. Recognizing the Opportunities Cold weather can increase the chance of health problems for seniors, such as hypothermia, … Read More

The Importance of Specialized Care and Support for Our Veterans

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Our veterans have dedicated their lives to serving our country, and as they age, they deserve specialized care and support. Recognizing the unique needs of elderly veterans is crucial in providing them with the best care possible. Whether it’s assistance with daily activities, skilled nursing, or therapy, there are numerous services available to ensure our veterans receive the best care … Read More

Creating a Safe Haven: Essential Home Safety Tips for Aging Adults

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As our loved ones age, ensuring their safety becomes a top priority. Creating a secure and comfortable living environment is essential to promote their well-being and independence. As caregivers of elderly parents or loved ones, we have the responsibility to safeguard their homes and minimize potential risks. In this blog post, we will explore key statistics and share 10 valuable … Read More

The Benefits of Physical and Occupational Therapy for Your Loved Ones

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Physical and occupational therapy are effective solutions to help with many aspects of our health and wellness. These disciplines aim to improve day-to-day function and quality of life. These therapeutic interventions are performed by licensed and registered physical therapists (PTs) and occupational therapists (OTs) in the home environment. If your loved ones are experiencing pain, injury or decline in function, … Read More

Reducing Caregiver Burnout

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It’s hard to care for an aging loved one along with the other responsibilities in your life. Between juggling their medical appointments, morning routine, medication schedules, meal preparation, errand running, and more, you could easily become overwhelmed. Burnout is common for those who provide care to their loved ones. In fact, AARP found that 36% of family caregivers are highly … Read More

Medication Management: What Your Loved Ones Need To Know

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Medication Management In Home Care

Managing medications is hard. Tracking what to take throughout the day can be complicated for you or your loved ones. CareAparent is here to make medication management easier, safer, and less stressful! CareAparent’s medication management in home care offers peace of mind knowing that a licensed medical professional, either a registered nurse (RN) or licensed practical nurse (LPN), will visit … Read More

How Much Sleep do Seniors Need

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How Much Sleep Do Seniors Need: Sleep Awareness as We Age March is Sleep Awareness Month, the perfect time to examine daily routines, especially our sleeping habits. It’s common as we age to experience insomnia. Losing sleep is more than a mere inconvenience: along with irritability and impaired memory, lack of sleep increases the risk of falls and other accidents. … Read More

Hospice Support

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Private Caregiver Careers

Providing comfort and dignity during the end-of-life stages is an essential part of Hospice care. When a loved one has been enrolled in a hospice program at home, CareAparent recognizes families may need increased assistance. Having caregivers in the home to provide Hospice Support allows you and your family to focus on the more important things and continue to provide … Read More

Hats off Caregivers

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Home help for Seniors

  Hats Off Caregivers Individuals who care for others are special souls. Professional caregivers – individuals who work for an agency to provide care in the home for the loved ones of others – are no exception. CareAparent’s caregivers know that it takes heart, compassion, and dedication to love and serve others. Some days it takes a lot more than … Read More