One of the most effective things you can do to ensure continuity of care is to set up a meeting with your parent’s primary doctor within a week of discharging from the hospital.
There are various signs which indicate that your parents are no longer in a position to live alone. These particular signs should be taken as a warning that your elderly parents need additional care or assistance,
Whether your parent has short-term memory loss, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, having a safe home is critical to preventing a serious injury. It is your job as a caregiver to adapt the house
Managing your mom or dad’s care from another town, county or state can be very challenging. Caregiving companies will often see an increase of work after the family has visited from out of town after the holidays.