by Aimee Hosler
Looking for home care services in California? Learn about the various services available, how much services costs, and how to pay for California home care.
by Maryalene LaPonsie
Aging parents often want to hold on to their independence, but adult children may see that their loved ones need assistance. Here are some ways to suggest to parents that it's time to get some help.
Click on the links below to see helpful articles and checklists on various elder care topics.
- Your guide to in-home care
- Do your New Year's plans include you?
- In-home care can fill a variety of needs
- Help your elders celebrate the holidays
- How can we tell if our aging parents need help?
- Taking a vacation from caregiving: Part 1
- Don't allow caregiving to doom your spousal relationship
- Taking a vacation from caregiving: Part 2
- Maximizing your home health care experience: Part 1
- Maximizing your home health care experience: Part 2
- In-home care can help elders stay part of family functions
- Hiring in-home caregivers: are you prepared?
- In-Home care can help stem elder abuse
- Prevent dehydration, heat exhaustion or heat stroke in elders
- Respite care is key to many caregiver's mental health
- When is poor hygiene a health issue for the elder?
- Caregiver's lives can change dramatically during parent care
- Which Care Option is For You: In-Home Care or Senior Housing?
- Safety is not a checklist, it's a way of life
- Stepping stones in care needs: when outside help is needed, how do you begin?
- Get help with your loved one and reduce holiday stress
- A good in-home service has a cell phone policy for caregivers
- Why I chose in-home care for my loved ones
- You are still a caregiver when you get outside help
- Should I use in-home care or adult day care?
- Understanding senior care options: in-home care vs. adult day care
- Handling anger: why is Mom so defensive?