How to be a Caregiver After Hip Fracture

              Hip fractures and Caring for our Seniors A hip fracture is a pretty common occurrence in seniors.   With a steady increase in chances of hip fractures after the age of 50 years.  Osteoporosis is a common ailment during old age.  Which makes senior women more prone to falls and … Read more

How To Use A Hoyer Lift in Senior Care

Hoyer Lift

  It is important to realize, getting older and having to depend on others for help is hard.  As a result, our senior loved one’s activity level decreases.   Must be remembered, because of weakening bones combined with limited mobility.  Proper care, timely medications, and love can help the senior live a fulfilling life.  In spite of … Read more

How To Be A Family Caregiver For Your Loved One Long Distance

Long Distance Care

        Long Distance Challenges faced by Children When your parents live a long distance, it becomes a difficult challenge faced by children.   The children must provide assisted services.  Certain emergency situations require unique challenges.   Which may seem impossible to fix from such a long-distance?  Relocating to another city creates challenges to the children.  When … Read more

How to Care For Your Loved Ones When They Are Bedridden


        Quality Care for Parents who are Bedridden First thing to remember, caring for parents who are bedridden is a difficult task.  In other words, our parents become immobile.  As a result, they are unable to perform their daily tasks on their own.  Under these circumstances, this requires extra effort on the part of the children … Read more

How I Found My Passion For Caregiving

Passion for Caregiving

  Caregiving In the Beginning I started my caregiving at a young age. My father was a Seaman and my mother was always sick.   So, I had to grow up and assume the responsibilities of the household and become a caregiver. I cooked, cleaned, cared for my mother, paid all household bills and cared for … Read more

How to Give Your Senior Parent TLC After a Stroke

TLC after a Stroke

    What to expect after a Stroke First of all, a stroke is a debilitating condition.   And a common occurrence among individuals aged 65 years and above.  In other words, after an attack of a stroke, there are many forms of disabilities that set in.  For these reasons, these disabilities are often severe … Read more