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The American population is gradually aging, with the average life expectancy doubling over the last century. The Population Reference Bureau estimates there will be 95 million citizens above 65 by the year 2040.

A nationwide survey by the AARP shows that 90% of seniors prefer to age in place. They get to maintain their independence while spending their last years in a familiar environment. While your loved one might enjoy the...

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As you look for an in home caregiver, you want to find a professional that will provide quality care. Statistics show that close to 90% of seniors say they want to remain in their house as they age.

But providing elderly care at home or in the hospital requires staff with many skills. In this article, we’ll look at some of those characteristics that make a great caregiver.

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Each day, there are over 10,000 senior baby boomers turning 65 in the United States. Over 90% of them would prefer to age-in-place. Choosing a senior care agency for your parent can be stressful. Without the right information on what to look out for, it may be easy to get stuck with the wrong caregiver. Here are five mistakes to avoid as you hire an aide to care for your loved one.

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When your parents or close loved one advance in age and cannot take care of themselves anymore, the least you can do is to ensure that they do not suffer. Even though you may not have enough time to take care of them, you can always ensure that they are comfortable by finding in home elderly care services. Senior citizens have more than enough options when it comes to this situation.

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Every day in the United States nearly 10,000 seniors turn 65. While around 1 million Americans are currently living in senior communities, a majority of those entering their elder years are hoping to age comfortably in their own homes. For some, this may be difficult to do alone, especially if special care is required; however, an in home care service is working to change this for the...

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Nearly 80% of elderly people suffer from a chronic disease with 68% suffering from two or more. Getting older isn’t always easy. For some people, care options are needed so they get the attention they need when it becomes too difficult to take care of themselves. It can be a frustrating and overwhelming time for your entire family. Lifestyle changes are in the future when it comes to taking care of an elderly family member. Trying to...

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The American population is gradually aging. To put it into perspective, the United States Census Bureau shows that at least 15% of Americans are 65 years and above. Over one million seniors are already placed in home care, with the number expected to double by 2030.

As a primary caregiver, you may be overwhelmed with responsibilities leading to burnout. Finding ‘...

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As the population ages, more primary caregivers continue to willing undertake tough, and at times unpleasant tasks for their loved ones. Care giving has its difficult moments. A study by the American Psychological Association found that 23% of caregivers in elderly care had higher levels of stress hormones than non-caregivers. Additionally, a 2018 survey by Genworth reported that 41% of caregivers suffered from signs of depression, mood...

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A huge number of middle-aged Americans have to juggle the demanding schedule of work, taking care of their children, furthering their education, and caring for their elderly or ill loved ones. While it’s incredibly loyal and noble to help your loved ones at all costs, it’s important to remember that there’s only one of you.

All these responsibilities may soon catch up to you and overwhelm you. When you start feeling burnt out and...

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There are around 10,000 seniors who turn 65 in the United States each day. The majority of them want to be able to age in their own homes. Looking for in-home care services can allow your senior relative the opportunity to do that. Here are some tips you can follow to help you with your search.

Determine What Your Insurance Covers

Your insurance will be a big factor in your search for home care services. In...

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One of the most difficult conversations you might have in your lifetime is trying to convince an elderly parent or loved one they need assistance from a caregiver. Whether it’s pride or fear of losing their independence, it’s normal to be met with resistance. Your loved one might suggest that they are fine or that you can help them, but you know outside help is needed. Here are five strategies that can help you convince...

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Providing long-term care for a family member takes an emotional, physical, and economic toll on families. If you are the primary caregiver for an elderly parent or family member, you are more likely to suffer from exhaustion, sickness, stress, and depression. It is important to remember that you and your family’s health and well-being should be a priority, too. Respite care provides caregivers the opportunity for a break from caregiving...

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