The best in home caregiver activities to encourage Spring Fever!

An In Home Caregiver’s 3 Fun Senior Spring Activities

Apr 15, 2018

Singing birds and new buds on the trees lure everyone outside, seniors included. Seniors treasure moments enjoying spring’s new growth and sunshine with a family member or an in home caregiver. Please read our previous post, “#1 In Home Caregiver Secret for Planning Meaningful Senior Activities,” which can help remove the activity-planning stress and allow… read more »

Teamwork & Coordination to Help Your Loved One Age In Place

Mar 15, 2018

When an aging loved one maintains that he or she wants to “age in place” or live independently for as long as possible, family members and friends play a key role in helping them accomplish that goal. By setting up a realistic  and cooperative senior support system and ensuring that a loved one has the… read more »

Exercise is your key to aging well, start now!

Feb 7, 2018

If you’re planning for your retirement, don’t forget to incorporate some form of exercise into your daily activities. Daily exercise can be your key to staying happy and healthy during your retirement years. By helping to increase your mobility and stamina, you’ll be physically fit and in top form to enjoy all that your upcoming… read more »

Don’t fall prey to strangers bearing gifts!

Dec 6, 2017

Every day scammers are finding new. inventive ways to gain your financial information and access your assets. Most recently scammers are impersonating delivery services claiming to have a package requiring identification and the scan of a credit card for delivery. Here’s the personal account of a San Diego resident that fell prey to such a… read more »

Isolation in Old Age: Helping Seniors Combat Depression

Nov 27, 2017

Socialization is critical to us emotionally and for brain health. As we age in many cases the opportunity for socialization becomes more limited as friends and loved ones pass away, the person no longer works or has limited opportunities to make new friends and memories. A senior may feel isolated from family and friends, which… read more »

Traveling for seniors

Five Ideas to Help Seniors Make New Friends

Oct 8, 2017

People need companionship regardless of their age, but changes in health and lifestyle often make socializing difficult. Some seniors are afraid that they won’t be able to connect with anyone. Beyond shyness, often this fear stems from real limitations that need to be worked around. Seniors may experience limited mobility which can greatly reduce their… read more »

Home Care Providers

15 Ways The Home Care Agency Combats Senior Loneliness

Sep 10, 2017

A 2012 study from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that social isolation and loneliness correlated with a higher risk of mortality in adults aged 52 and over. [i] The U.S. Census, too, found that 28% of seniors live alone and 43% of these report feeling lonely on a regular basis. Many studies… read more »

Find your next caregiving job

Tips on Finding your Next Caregiving Job on

Sep 1, 2017

Caregiving is important and rewarding work but sometimes searching for that perfect job as a care provider can be a time-consuming and difficult process–it can almost feel like a job in itself! But don’t get discouraged. At we want to help you find a job, not only quickly, but one that fits your particular… read more »

Caregiver stress

10 Ways to Beat Caregiver Stress [Infographic]

Jul 20, 2017

Click below to view full size!   While rewarding, caregiving is hard work.  The demands and pressure of caring for the others can place immense emotional, mental, and even physical stress on the caregiver. It’s important to take proper steps to reduce and alleviate these tensions, which can take a serious toll on the care… read more »

lonely senior at window

How Listening Makes You a Better Caregiver

May 30, 2017

Many medical practitioners and caregivers do their jobs well, that is, if you are referring to assisting in the healing and recovery of the patients. It is the primary goal of their job, and it is what keeps them in demand. However, a caregiving job doesn’t end with monitoring medication and therapy, and overseeing hygiene… read more »

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