The initial signs can be so subtle that a lot of people would not even notice that anything is amiss. Mom is outgoing, friendly, and conversational when visiting friends and family and while running errands. However those closest to her are beginning to recognize concerns: being forgetful about the soup cooking on the stove,Read More
Living far from family makes it really difficult to go visit our older loved ones as often as we’d like, but during the holiday season, families make an extra effort for quality time with each other – making it the perfect time to review an older family member’s safety and wellbeing.Read More
In a perfect world, healthcare would revolve around you and your personal preferences, sticking to your specific needs and wishes – fitting within your agenda and routine, unhindered by problems like an unwavering healthcare professional who views health care choices in black and white. The truth is far from perfect,Read More
In our last blog, we shared some tips for initiating a conversation with your elderly loved one about bringing in an in-home caregiver to keep him safe and enhance the quality of his life. Once your loved one is on board with the idea, what happens next?Read More
I had to stop by and see this with my own eyes today.
Sylvia Carlson is back in her own home in Quincy after successfully completing rehab for a broken hip at Hancock Park Rehab & Nursing Center.
She just got back home yesterday and spent much of today being interviewed by the North River Home Care agency staff who are staying with her and helping her.Read More