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April 27, 2021

Home care allows adults to live independently longer. It provides security and choice for the individual receiving care and peace of mind for their family members. From occasional respite care to a few hours a day to around-the-clock care, home care allows for flexibility.

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April 22, 2021

When a person is recovering from a serious illness or surgery, they are often reliant on help from others. Hospitalization happens when the body needs time and support to heal. Surgery also requires downtime and assistance for the body to heal properly. Significant illness and invasive procedures (including childbirth) are reasons to consider options of self-care so that faster recovery is possible. 

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March 25, 2021

Respite care can come from friends or family who watch your loved one so you can take a personal break. Respite care might even be available through volunteer services. Oftentimes, full-time caregivers rely on home care services to provide respite care. These are paid caregivers who are trained and experienced to provide the support that you need.

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March 16, 2021

Home care providers take on a great deal of responsibility. In this industry, trust is essential. Serving and caring for other people is quite rewarding and home care providers can build amazing relationships with the clients they support. But to be able to provide the best service and client satisfaction, communication is critical.

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March 16, 2021

Limited social interaction isn’t great for any person, but it is particularly hard on seniors. Social interaction is a major factor in the quality of life of elderly people. Without it, seniors are more likely to feel lonely and depressed – which will negatively impact physical health. Loneliness and depression are often followed by reduced physical exercise, poor nutrition, poor habits and more.   

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