Support for Adult Caregiving

October 15, 2020
Why Structured Routines are Good for Older Adults

Why Structured Routines are Good for Older Adults

Aging can bring many unexpected changes to our bodies and minds. One way to counteract issues like memory loss, poor sleep or anxiety is with a structured daily routine. The point of routines is not to be rigid to the […]
October 12, 2020
When Caregiving Becomes Too Much

When Caregiving Becomes Too Much

Acting as a caregiver to a sick or aging loved one is one of the toughest jobs out there. It requires the ability to manage a variety of tasks and juggle many aspects of life, as well as emotional skills […]
October 8, 2020
Providing Cancer Support at Senior Home Companions

Providing Cancer Support at Senior Home Companions

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and it is during this time that we focus on the support that we offer to our beloved clients who are currently battling some form of cancer, as well as support for their families. […]
September 22, 2020
Senior Isolation and How an Amazon Alexa Can Help

Senior Isolation and How an Amazon Alexa Can Help

Are you concerned about senior isolation for your aging loved one living alone? As seniors continue to stay Safe and Sound at Home during the COVID-19 pandemic, it may seem difficult to keep them engaged and prevent the depression or […]
September 21, 2020
Discharge to Home Indianapolis

Indianapolis Discharge to Home Care

Recovery doesn’t end at discharge. Stay Safe and Sound at Home with the extra support you or your loved one needs to ensure continued recovery from a major injury, illness or health event. Support care can take many forms, from […]
September 11, 2020
The Benefits of Meal Preparation for Older Adults

The Benefits of Meal Preparation for Older Adults

Food is a powerful tool. It nourishes the body, and preparing a meal together can be a wonderful bonding activity. But for many aging seniors, this task may become too difficult to manage. This is where the caregivers at Senior […]
September 3, 2020
Ten Things You May Not Know About Hospice Care

Ten Things You May Not Know About Hospice Care

As a culture, we avoid thinking about death. In reality, it may be better to not just think about it, but create an end-of-life plan much like one should create a will. Hospice care should be included in the plans […]
August 19, 2020
Let’s Talk UTI in Older Adults

Let’s Talk UTIs in Older Adults

Urinary tract infections (or UTIs) are not fun at any age. However, infections are more common as we age, and a UTI can have more detrimental effects in older adults. Although it can seem like an uncomfortable topic, make sure […]
August 19, 2020
How to take advantage of the benefits for aging veterans and their spouses

How to take Advantage of Benefits for Aging Veterans and their Spouses

Aging is a difficult process, and because the transition can be slow, many elderly veterans are left trying to decide between staying in their homes or entering a nursing care facility. The time during which someone goes from being independent […]