Month: November 2019

Deciding to transition a loved one to comfort care can be a difficult conversation for family members to have. Those closest to the patient might feel resistant, and others might not know how to make such an important decision.    It’s not uncommon for someone nearing the end of life to place great value on… Read More »

Caring for elderly parents can be rewarding but incredibly stressful for adult children, who often have obligations of their own: full-time jobs and children at home, to name a few. Here, we hope to share everything you need to know in a five-minute read.  How to help Because of time constraints, it’s very common for… Read More »

Home health aides allow people who are aging, disabled or recovering from injury or illness to get help with their daily tasks inside the home, allowing them to stay home longer even if they need some assistance. The tasks a home health aide performs vary depending on the training they’ve received and the needs of… Read More »

When an injury, illness, or other medical event is serious enough, daily activities that were easy to perform before might become so difficult that you need extensive therapy to regain strength and skills before going home from the hospital. In these cases, a rehabilitation center is an integral component of your treatment and recovery plan.