Seeing family during the holidays can be joyful as well as challenging, no matter who is the guest and who is the visitor. If you are going home to spend time with elderly loved ones, this can be an ideal time to see if they are doing OK and need more help year round.
Let’s make a list and check it twice so this can be a delightful time for all:
The key to a successful holiday visit with loved ones is good communication together about any concerns, along with all of the comforts, laughs, and smiles of the season.
Caregiving is about more than just one person fulfilling a list of a tasks; it’s about human relationships and connection.
Home care is not just one thing, but instead an umbrella term under which there are many types of care for many different types of needs and people. Learn about elder care, respite care, personal care, dementia care, and after-surgery care.
People who are living with developmental disabilities often need a professional caregiver in addition to family member support.