Alzheimer’s Care: 4 Things That Help Seniors With Alzheimer’s
When you have a senior parent with Alzheimer’s one of the most frustrating things about dealing with that disease is not knowing how to help your senior parent. Because Alzheimer’s affects every senior differently the techniques and tools that work for one senior may not work for all seniors. The only thing that you can […]
Does Your Senior Parent Need Post-Hospital Care?
When your senior loved one returns home from the hospital, having post-hospital care is essential to a speedy and safe recovery.
Personal Care at Home Grooming and Hygiene Routines
As we age, our grooming and hygiene care can change. Personal care at home can help your senior loved one stay healthy and maintain a routine.
Great Oak Senior Care Receives 2023 Best of Home Care® – Leader in Experience Award
Great Oak Senior Care announced today that it received the distinguished 2023 Best of Home Care –Leader in Experience Award!
Home Care Tips on Recognizing Senior Fatigue
Senior fatigue can contribute or be a result of a lot of medical conditions. Here are a few home care tips to help recognize it.
24-Hour Home Care Tips to Support Hearing and Vision Loss
When it comes to supporting your loved one with vision or hearing loss, 24-hour home care is a great option to ensure their safety.
Elder Care Stretches for Increased Senior Flexibility
Elder care workers can do stretches with seniors, which helps encourage continued movement and safety as they age.
5 Ways 24-Hour Home Care Helps Set a Morning Routine
If your senior needs help to find healthy habits or has trouble sticking to a routine, 24-hour home care can assist them in finding a balance.
4 Ways To Help Your Senior Parent After A Hospital Stay
When a senior parent returns home after a hospital stay, it’s important to make sure they’re safe and comfortable. Check out these tips!
Alzheimer’s Care Tips When Your Parent Doesn’t Recognize You
When a parent requires Alzheimer’s care, there may come a time where they begin to not recognize you. Here’s how you can handle it positively.