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Senior Care Guides

How to Spot the Early Signs of Alzheimer’s

We all lose our keys and forget where we put our reading glasses as we get older. It’s normal.

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Mindfulness & Caregiving

If you’re a caregiver and a perfectionist, you may be facing an uphill battle.

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Post-Hospital Transition and Recovery

As the leading experts in post-hospitalization care, we developed this guide to provide an overview of the challenges and resources associated with each step in the transition from hospital to home.

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Post-Surgery Nutritional Guide

If your senior loved one is recovering from a recent surgery, our guide provides a home care diet with foods that will help them regain strength, promote healing and speed up recovery.

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Stroke Care and Recovery

Regardless of the severity of your stroke, it is critical to take a proactive and informed approach to your stroke care. Learn more in our complete guide to stroke recovery!

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Alzheimer's Care and Dementia Care

If you are helping a loved one cope with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, you are not alone.

Dementia is one of the leading causes of disability and dependency among older adults worldwide, affecting an estimated 35.6 million people with 7.7 million new cases every year.

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Palliative Care Guide: Promoting Comfort and Peace of Mind

Once loved ones reach the stage where curative treatment is no longer possible, a Home Care Assistance caregiver can help. We complement the services of hospice companies as well as home health companies to provide continuous, one-to-one care wherever you need it; our skilled caregivers promote quality of life and dignity in dying while simultaneously bringing peace of mind and respite to your family.

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Longevity and Home Care: A Guide to Living Well at Home

At Home Care Assistance, we are committed to the wellbeing and happiness of the many clients we serve.

We know most people would prefer to “age in place”, or to stay in their homes, rather than move to a care facility, even if they need a little extra help. In the past this would have been more difficult, but today there are technology options and service providers who make aging at home an excellent choice for many families.

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