Caregivers Are Saying (Part 1)
Caregivers are talking about their experience working with Care at Home. We’ve always shown our appreciation for our exceptional team of caregivers. So you can imagine how happy we are to hear how they feel about working with us in serving our community. “They have an amazing team that supports caregivers in the field at…Read More
Caregiver of the Month – December 2021
Care at Home announces Rachel as Caregiver of the Month for December 2021. Care at Home proudly announced Rachel as Caregiver of the Month for December 2021. Rachel joined the Care at Home team earlier this year and is a member of the exclusive Hero Program. She is an exceptional caregiver who is admired by…Read More
Helping Older Adults Living with Anxiety
Senior Care in Connecticut and Anxiety Everyone can feel stressed, worried, or even anxious at times. For most, those experiences will quickly fade away with some reassurance or rationalization. But for a person living with an anxiety disorder, it can seem impossible to escape those feelings. People can develop anxiety at any time in their…Read More
Supporting a Family Member with Dementia During the Holiday Season
Elder Care in Connecticut and Dementia The holiday season is typically a time for celebration. Festive lights, decorations, and home-cooked meals consume the senses. It’s a time for thankfulness and gift-giving. But for some families affected by dementia, the holidays can be filled with challenges. Some families experience a sense of loss for how the…Read More
Helping Aging Parents with High Blood Pressure
Elder Care in Connecticut and High Blood Pressure High blood pressure is proven to increase the chances of developing several concerning health conditions. Recent statistics have found that 4 out of 5 aging adults suffer from at least one chronic condition. Almost 7 out of 10 seniors have two chronic conditions. Chronic diseases include medical…Read More
Deciding to Hire Home Care for An Aging Parent
Elder Care in Rhode Island for Aging Parents Is it uncaring to hire home care services for aging parents after years of them caring for you? Most families hire outside caregivers for their loved ones because they want what is best for them. But it is a process that comes with uncertainty. Are you doing…Read More
Does Your Parent Suffer from Dry Eyes?
Elder Care in Rhode Island and Dry Eyes When a person blinks, a film of tears covers the eyes to keep the surface smooth and clear of debris. This film of tears keeps the eyes moist and maintains good vision. There are times when the eyes don’t make enough tears, or something affects this protective…Read More
Can You Reach a Compromise with an Aging Loved One About Driving?
Elder Care in Connecticut for Seniors Driving Reaching an understanding about safe driving concerns with an aging loved one or parent can be difficult. If you cannot agree, a compromise might be the next best solution. It may help them become more cooperative about discussing the issues with driving. Daytime and Nighttime Driving Your parent…Read More
Are Transitional Care Services for You?
Being discharged after a stay in the hospital, nursing home, or rehabilitation center is usually positive news. However, for some patients, returning home means new routines, medication schedules, and uncertainty. Recovery takes time. So, it’s not always possible to jump back into independent living immediately after discharge. Transitional care services can assist with the process…Read More
Caregiver of the Month – October 2021
Care at Home announces Safeera as Caregiver of the Month for October 2021. Care at Home is proud to announce Safeera as Caregiver of the Month for October 2021. Safeera is an HHA and has been with Care at Home since the beginning of 2021. Her clients and peers describe her as having a sweet…Read More