What is a Hemorrhagic Stroke?

Stand at the sink and wash your hands thoroughly (about 40 seconds according to the CDC). During that time, a stroke occurred somewhere in the country. Now, set a timer for 4 minutes. In the time it takes for the alarm to go off, someone in the United States has died because of a stroke. Strokes of all kinds are a medical emergency. But, the kind of stroke suffered by an older adult informs the care they need to recover as ... Read more

Three Ways to Balance Your Parents’ Care Needs and a Tight Budget

After retirement, senior citizens spend around $3,800 per month. Even with a home with no mortgage, there are often property taxes, heating/cooling costs, water bills, and utilities to consider. Medical care and health insurance, dental care and insurance, car expenses, and groceries add to monthly expenses. Elder Care in Boca Raton FL: Balance Care Needs With Tight Budget When it's time to arrange elder care services for your parents, it may seem difficult adding another expense to an already tight budget. Here ... Read more

SEASONS GREETINGS from STAR MULTI CARE

Home Care Services Fort Lauderdale FL - SEASONS GREETINGS from STAR MULTI CARE The Holidays always seem to bring us joy and as we reflect upon the appreciation we hold for our wonderful clients, staff and community partners. We truly feel blessed to work with each of you. Thank you for making us the successful company we are today. May 2020 bring you and your families the healthiest of minds, bodies ... Read more

Make These Choices to Be a More Effective Caregiver

Choices are a big part of caregiving. You’re usually making choices about your senior and her life, though. What types of choices are you making for yourself? They matter a lot more than you might be willing to admit, too. Senior Care in Coconut Creek FL: Be a More Effective Caregiver Prioritize Sleep Sleep is incredibly underrated, especially in a society that expects everyone to go more and to do more. But when you prioritize sleep over getting more done, a ... Read more

Four Ways Sleep Routines Might Be Messing with Your Senior’s Sleep

Caregiver in Hallandale FL: Senior Sleep Sleep routines keep your senior’s sleep patterns where they need to be so she gets the rest she needs. Setting up a sleep routine is easier than you might think, but you want to avoid some of these mistakes. Sleeping During the Day Makes the Situation Worse Many people with sleep disturbances and issues find that they’re awake a lot during the night and asleep or at least dozing throughout the day. Those naps, whether they’re long ... Read more

Plant-Based Burgers Are All the Rage, But Are They Better For Your Parents?

Older adults should focus on their diets. Sodium, fat, sugar, and fiber intake are four of the most important areas to focus on one's diet. Your parents are considering adding more vegetarian meals to their lifestyles, but there are certain foods they don't want to give up. Homecare in Boca Raton FL: Plant-Based Burgers Your parents keep reading about the plant-based burgers like the Beyond Burger. They're talking about giving up beef and switching solely to these burgers. You're wondering if they're better ... Read more

What if You and Your Senior Butt Heads All the Time?

Lots of caregivers have super close relationships with their elderly family members and their interactions with them always run smoothly. If that doesn’t describe your situation, though, you’re not alone. There are not nearly as many perfect caregiving relationships out there as anyone would like. In fact, sometimes you might find that you and your senior are constantly at odds. Home Care in Hallandale FL: Difficult Senior Relationships Your Expectations Are in the Way Expectations are a problem sometimes, especially in caregiving. Your expectations ... Read more

4 Great Outings Elder Care Can Take Seniors On

Getting older can make it harder for seniors to get out of the house on a regular basis. While that might not sound so bad to younger adults who work full time and wish they could spend a few days alone at home, never getting to leave the house can cause your aging relative to feel bored, frustrated, and lonely. They are likely to miss doing the things they used to and being involved in the world around them. Fortunately, when ... Read more

MRSA and the Elderly

Many caregivers, hospital workers, and family members of seniors receiving care at home have heard of the term MRSA, but what is it, how is it spread, and what should you do if your loved one has it? Caregiver in Coconut Creek FL: MRSA What is MRSA? MRSA stands for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, an infection caused by a type of staph bacteria that has become resistant to many of the antibiotics used to treat ordinary staph infections. To start, let's talk about what ordinary ... Read more

Can Your Senior with COPD Exercise?

Your senior might think that exercising with COPD is a ridiculous idea. After all, if breathing is difficult for her, she might not feel uncomfortable pushing herself. But exercise could be helpful for her as long as her doctor agrees. Make sure to talk to your elderly family member’s doctor before starting any type of new exercise program. Consider Pulmonary Rehabilitation Pulmonary rehab is physical therapy for people who have lung problems. Therapists train your senior in exercises, both physical ... Read more
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