Senior Care Options

  • Stay in Your Home Throughout Your Golden Years

    Most of us want to remain in our own homes as we grow older. Thanks to aging in place concepts, that possibility is a realistic one. You can modify your home to make it more accessible or purchase a new home to meet your needs. Engaging Concept According to the ...

  • The Top 8 Tips For Managing Dementia as a Caregiver

    Family members caring for a loved one with dementia will eventually become overwhelmed; it’s unavoidable. As the disease progresses, there will be more challenges to keep the person safe, nourished, and comfortable. What can you, as the primary caregiver do to help yourself and the person in your care? Reality ...

  • Levels of Care: Community Living

    For people who need help to remain in a least-restrictive environment, there are several options available. In many instances, care for chronic conditions happens in the patient’s home; however, for acute ailments, admission to a care facility may be warranted. For example, a persistent issue such as COPD may be ...

  • What is the Continuum of Care for the Elderly?

    Continuum of care for the elderly means health care and daily care that is needed to care for and provide safety to the elderly. If you have been searching and reviewing the assorted senior living options, including independent living facilities and nursing homes, you have probably heard the words continuum ...

  • Telehealth in Home Healthcare | Senior Medical Health

    Telehealth in homecare has become very prevalent, and for all the positives that this offers, it is a great way to get care in this day in age. Telehealth uses modern technology so that a patient does not have to leave their home to receive medical attention. The hardware technology ...

  • Introduction to Skilled Nursing Care

    Skilled Nursing is a facility-based level of care paid for by Medicare (MC), Medicare Advantage programs, and Medicaid. A patient receiving skilled nursing care may be in a unit called the transitional care unit, or TCU, sub-acute, or step-down. Skilled services include management and evaluation of a patient’s care plan; ...

  • Senior Care

    Senior care, sometimes referred to as elder care, is a broad term used to describe many different types of specialized care designed to meet the needs of aging adults at various stages in their lives.