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Ensuring your parent's safety with in-home care providers

Having in-home care for your parent can give adult children a great sense of comfort and relief. Many people in this situation are happy that their parent can stay in his or her own home without feeling like they are responsible for a mom or dad's health and safety.

Pandemic and legal immunity for nursing homes put elderly at risk

If your parents or grandparents are in a nursing home, you may have become increasingly concerned about their safety and well-being in the last couple of months. The spread of the novel coronavirus, combined with stay-at-home orders, has put elderly patients in nursing home facilities at a higher risk of abuse and neglect.

Patients vulnerable to COVID-19 in elder care facilities

Finding a nursing home is no easy task. Parties want to find a place that is safe, secure and attentive to patients' needs. Before finding the right place, people might tour multiple locations and conduct research. They may also spend years financially preparing and saving their money.

What should I do if I become a caregiver for a loved one?

Losing the ability to do things for ourselves - like driving and managing finances - can be incredibly upsetting. Not only does it mean loss of independence, but it also means that someone else will need to help. And for many people, asking for and accepting help can be difficult.

Tips to help your parents transition to a nursing home

As our parents get older and can longer care for themselves, the responsibility to provide care and support often falls on adult children. For some families, this means taking the parent in to live with them. For others, however, it means helping them make the transition into a nursing home facility.

What are the benefits (and costs) of in-home companion care?

There is a common misconception that there are only two types of care for seniors who are not completely independent: assisted living or a nursing home. However, there are numerous solutions for the care a person receives, particularly when he or she is somewhere between requiring no care and requiring constant care.

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