Fall Fun With Your Senior Loved Ones

A senior standing outside.

You’re in the prime spot for fall fun with your senior loved one this year. After all, this area is where people travel to each fall to see the vibrant colors on the trees. New England is the place to be. But as our senior loved ones age, we often have to modify how we…

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It’s Never Too Late to Learn: Lifelong Learning for Seniors

An older woman learning how to use a computer.

Don’t think that just because you’ve already got your diploma you can’t be an active learner this fall along with all of the other students. It’s never too late to learn something new. In fact, experts say lifelong learning is completely possible for seniors. And they say it is essential if seniors want to keep…

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Making the home safe for your senior loved one

A caregiver and a senior.

Aging in their own home can be so comforting for our senior loved ones. Being in the place they know, and love, can help them feel secure in a time when so many other things are changing for them. But as our senior loved ones age, their favorite place can also begin to pose a…

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How Do You Know if an In-Home Caregiver is Right for You?

Two women smiling and chatting.

As you consider hiring an in-home caregiver, it is important to know what home care workers can offer you. Ensuring that they can meet all your needs professionally and compassionately is important. In-home caregivers work one-on-one with seniors to ensure they can live safely in the comfort of their homes. In-home caregivers can offer peace…

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Building Strong Relationships with Clients

nurse and senior woman

Caregiving is an intimate job. As an at-home caregiver, you’re working one-on-one with your client, often assisting them with personal tasks, such as grooming or changing clothes. You want your clients to feel safe and comfortable when performing these tasks, so it’s vital to build a strong relationship with them.  The Importance of Building Relationships …

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