Downsizing from your home after raising a family can be a stressful experience. Proper planning, gathering of advice, and correctly evaluating stuff are all important things in making sure your downsizing goes as smooth as silk.
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Living independently in Sacramento, CA offers terrific benefits for seniors. Maintaining the freedom to live in their own home, however, can be filled with challenges. Many of the features in a home can be modified to help keep a senior living in their home and without fear of possible injury. Seniors can experience slips and falls from time to time when they lose their balance. Injuries can range from minor bruises to broken bones. The bathroom, stairs, and walkways can all benefit from the addition of railings, guards, and lifts. Below are some tips for some of the best ways you can modify your loved ones’ homes to ensure they are safe performing everyday tasks.
One of the most common calls we get at our senior home care agency is “will my insurance pay for this?” The answer is, “it depends.”
Senior Depression: Early Warning Signs
David was born and raised on a ranch. He was married on a ranch, raised his kids on a ranch, and grew his herd from just a few head of cattle when he and his wife were married, to over 600 head on property that expanded to over 1,000 acres. He loved ranching! He went our every morning before dawn to supervise the ranch hands as they fed the herd. As he put on his cowboy hat each morning before stepping outside, he said that brought him to life and put him in the ranching "zone" that energized him. Even later after his first stroke, his number one cowboy would pick him up and drive him around the property in his customized pickup truck every morning. That is what he lived for, the thing that gave purpose and meaning to his life, and he loved it.
You know mom or dad have gotten to the point that they need help at home. Your over their all the time and when you're not there, they're calling you asking for help. Now it's time to find someone that can help you, because you just can't do it all yourself. Here is a quick resource guide to help you make the right choice.