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Senior Care in Darby, Pennsylvania

6 Simple Tips on How to Take Care of an Elderly Loved One

There are much joy and fun in taking care of your loved ones. While you are busy working or going to school, there are still ways in which you can manage your time and share moments with your senior citizens at home. If time is crucial, you can always care for them in simple ways. … Continue reading

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5 Signs Your Loved One Has Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Always remember that people can have anxiety no matter how old they are and no matter how strong they appear to be. Sometimes, our loved ones could also be going through anxiety attacks and we would not realize it. Senior citizens have a way of hiding what they think and feel, and this is not … Continue reading

Caregiver Burnout: Why You Need Respite Care

When you’re taking charge of the care needs of your loved one, burnout is not far behind. You invest time, energy, strength, effort, and emotions to meet their needs. These activities can be exhausting in the long run. If you allow yourself to continue in this cycle, burnout will get back at you. This is … Continue reading

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Problem Solving Skills: Handy Quality of Every Caregiver

The caregiver is that one person whose problem-solving skills are especially necessary. With all our caregiving experience as a home health agency in Darby, Pennsylvania, we know this to be true. In the presence of our clients, we’re pushed to address issues and concerns that will alleviate the situations of our patients. Thankfully, the more … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Aging at Home Is Preferred by Most Seniors

Does wishing to stay at home as one ages make him/her seem sentimental? That may be so, but can you really blame your senior loved one from feeling that way? You probably would feel the same way if you were in their shoes. To further understand your senior loved one’s perspective, here are five common … Continue reading

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Living Alone Doesn’t Have to Be Lonely: Thanks to Companionship!

How many times a week do you get the chance to visit your senior loved ones? As much as you would like to drop by for a conversation, there are times when your current work schedule and bulk of personal appointments just won’t allow you. This leads you to worry about your elderly loved ones, … Continue reading

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