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About Seniors Prefer Homecare

Our highly qualified and trained caregivers are ready to help you and your loved ones with a variety of daily activities such as: Caring companionship, Meal planning & preparation, Incidental transportation, Running errands, Light housekeeping, Monitoring of safety while bathing, Assistance with bill paying, and Emergency monitoring. Our personalized services are available seven days a week and can range from a few hours daily to 24 hours and live-in-care. We are fully licensed and insured. Contact us today!

How to Prepare Nutritious Meals for Seniors

2019-08-11T12:48:00-04:00

Millions of aging in place elderly Americans don’t get the daily nutrition they need. Although people over the age of 65 don’t require the same amount of energy they used to, their bodies still need essential nutrients like fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals and carbohydrates to keep them active and independent.

How to Prepare Nutritious Meals for Seniors2019-08-11T12:48:00-04:00

What Should I do When My Aging Parent has Parkinson’s?

2019-08-04T14:19:17-04:00

According to the Parkinson’s Foundation, over 1.5 million Americans have the disease, with another 60,000 new cases being diagnosed every year. Most commonly found in those aged 65-and-over, Parkinson’s can be a major game-changer when it comes to a senior’s ability to continue aging in place at home.

What Should I do When My Aging Parent has Parkinson’s?2019-08-04T14:19:17-04:00

How to Help an Aging Parent Manage Finances

2019-07-24T21:58:12-04:00

Your elderly mother still lives alone, and due to her declining health, you’ve been helping her take care of her household. Finances are a topic that you’ve avoided up until now, but it’s become quite apparent that mom isn’t paying her bills on time. And, she’s gotten “taken” by a couple of dishonest contractors just within the past year. Now her financial carelessness has reached a point that it has you worried. Helping an aging parent manage their finances can be hard, but it is possible when you follow these tips from the pros.

How to Help an Aging Parent Manage Finances2019-07-24T21:58:12-04:00

Creative Ways to Get a Senior Outside Once Spring Arrives

2019-07-13T18:15:03-04:00

Many aging in place elderly Americans don’t get the exercise or social interaction they need during colder winter months. If you’re serving as a caregiver for an older loved one, getting them outdoors once spring arrives is vitally important for their continued mental health and wellbeing. Fortunately, there are several creative ways to get a senior outside in the spring, starting with these.

Creative Ways to Get a Senior Outside Once Spring Arrives2019-07-13T18:15:03-04:00

Helping Your Aging Parent Cope with the Death of a Spouse

2019-06-08T14:05:11-04:00

Ever since dad died mom just hasn’t been the same and you’re worried about her health and wellbeing, and if mom will be able to continue aging comfortably in place at home. Fortunately, there are several proven ways to help a parent cope with the death of a spouse, starting with these.

Helping Your Aging Parent Cope with the Death of a Spouse2019-06-08T14:05:11-04:00

5 Healthy Food Choices for Seniors with Diabetes

2019-06-02T23:04:00-04:00

Seniors with diabetes are placed at high risk for developing other serious medical conditions, like heart disease, kidney failure and nerve damage. If you’re currently assisting an aging in place elderly loved one who has diabetes, getting them to stick to a healthier diet is a must. To assist your efforts, here are 5 diabetic-friendly healthy food choices that your senior can enjoy.

5 Healthy Food Choices for Seniors with Diabetes2019-06-02T23:04:00-04:00

What Should I do When I Suspect My Aging Parent has Alzheimer’s?

2019-05-21T10:50:19-04:00

Ever since your dad passed away, your elderly mother has been living alone in the house you grew up in. But lately she’s been very forgetful, and can’t seem to remember major events that happened just in the past few years. Mom also keeps “misplacing” everyday items around her home, or putting them in strange places. Could she have Alzheimer’s?

What Should I do When I Suspect My Aging Parent has Alzheimer’s?2019-05-21T10:50:19-04:00

Should I Consider Using a Patient Lift?

2019-05-12T22:11:17-04:00

If you’re currently providing a loved one with daily living assistance, using a patient lift could make it an easier and safer experience for you both. However, patient lifts do come with some safety restrictions that you need to be aware of. Understanding what those limitations are will help you decide if a patient lift is the right choice for you.

Should I Consider Using a Patient Lift?2019-05-12T22:11:17-04:00