Entering Your Senior Years? 4 Benefits To Having The Assistance Of A Case Manager

Posted on: 15 June 2017

If you're a senior, and you live on your own, you need a licensed case manager on your support team. Even if you're managing well-enough on your own, a case manager can help things run smoother, and point you in the direction of services that you might not have known were out there for you. Here are just four of the services that a case manager can help you with.
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Important Points Every Caregiver Of A Senior Needs To Keep In Mind

Posted on: 14 June 2017

Are you the caregiver of a senior? Perhaps this a lifestyle change that is about to occur in your life due to a loved one no longer being able to care for themselves. You may even be a person who has been caring for a loved one, and now you need to return to work. Sometimes people who have to care for their loved ones get to a point of feeling overwhelmed.
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Consider An In-Home Health Aide For These Companionship Services

Posted on: 12 June 2017

One of the big benefits of hiring an in-home health professional for an elderly family member is that this care worker can provide a wide range of services. Home health aides can often help their clients with things such as bathing, while also safely administering medication, cooking, and performing other helpful duties. By being present in the home, health aides can also provide your loved one with companionship, but there's nothing wrong with looking for a home health agency that can provide aides specifically for companionship.
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Set These Receipts Aside When Caring For An Elderly Loved One

Posted on: 9 June 2017

At tax time, it's possible to claim a variety of medical expenses that you may incur while providing care for a loved one. This means that if you're paying for a home health aide for a family member, you should ensure that you keep these financial records so that you can provide them to your bookkeeper. The cost of the in-home care won't likely be the only medical expense that you pay toward the care of your family member.
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