Protect Seniors from Fraud
We all know that getting proper nutrition and staying hydrated are the keys to leading a healthy life. But what if you have a senior loved one who recently returned home from the hospital and is not well? Are there certain foods that can help speed recovery and help him or her feel better sooner?
When a loved one is coming home from the hospital, it is important to have a good plan of care in place to help ensure a smooth transition home and to minimize stress for both the family caregiver and his or her loved one.
What do you do when your loved one is discharged from the hospital and needs continuing health care? Deciding upon the best course for care isn't always easy to do so it is important to understand what options are available and what issues need to be considered before making this important decision.
If a parent is planning to stay at your house to recover from surgery or illness, make sure your home is a safe haven by which to recuperate. If you're a working family caregiver, consider professional caregiving assistance as well.
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