Entries by Melissa Lewis

How Much Does 24/7 In-Home Care Cost Per Month

24 Hour In Home Care Cost When exploring elderly and senior in-home care options for 24/7 in-home care, budget is always the number one consideration, and the cost that you will pay per month depends on several factors, including: Service Area Services Provided Skill Level and Experience of Private Caregiver This blog will deal exclusively […]

Families Looking for Private Caregivers

Families Hiring A Private Caregiver Once families looking for private caregivers have decided to hire a private caregiver, there are many considerations that need to be weighed in making a private caregiver selection, including: Cost Schedule and Availability Services Required Experience Level Personality and Performance Match How Much Do Private Caregivers Cost The number one […]

Thinking of Hiring a Private Caregiver?

Families Looking to Hire Private Caregivers Is your family debating whether or not hiring a private caregiver is a good idea? Chances are, if you’re having conversations about it, you already know the answer: You’re concerned about a loved one’s welfare and could use some help to ensure they’re safe and cared for. Perhaps one […]

Four Ways to Prevent Falls in Elderly

Preventing Falls in The Elderly We’ve all taken a tumble on occasion. And we’re very familiar with the bruises—and bruised egos—that come along with it. But every so often, a fall leads to serious injury, and the possibility of that outcome is much greater for seniors. The good news is there are several ways to […]

Three Key Benefits of Hiring In-Home Caregivers

What Are The Benefits of Hiring In Home Caregivers Though in-home care providers don’t provide medical care, they do improve the overall well-being of the clients they work with. They keep the people in their care out of harm’s way and contribute to everyone’s emotional and mental well-being. Here are three important ways hiring a […]

Why Having A Personal Caregiver Is Vital

Why Is It Important to Have A Caregiver? Within the past twenty years, the nation has seen an increase in home care. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services found that over half of home care patients received help for at least one ADL (activities of daily living). This included 83% of patients requiring […]