Caring for a parent or a family member at home may involve providing only minimal help or it could require 24-hour-a-day assistance.  Receiving care at home allows people to get the help they need without having to leave familiar and safe surroundings.

When family, case managers, or social workers have made the decision that 24-hour care is the best solution, home care may be provided by a trained Live-in home care aide hired through an insured and bonded Home Care Agency (P.A.S. Licensed) to provide this quality care.

From American Care Manager Monthly Newsletter: Millions of Americans wake up in the morning to a cup of coffee or tea and continue to consume one or the other throughout the day.  Seniors are no exception, especially since they have built up a daily routine over their lifetime which includes coffee and/or tea. As a senior care taker you have to answer one question, is drinking an abundance of coffee and or tea something that seniors should continue?

When it comes to getting a good night’s sleep, it’s a question of quantity and quality.  People of all ages need to get a certain amount of sleep in order to function well, but how well they sleep can also affect them.  The brain remains active during sleep, with events occurring at different stages.  Some sleep stages are necessary in order to feel well rested and energetic the next day, while research has shown that others help with learning and to create memories.