6 Ways to Prevent Wandering in Dementia Patients
Home Care in Seal Beach CA: Wandering is a common and dangerous issue for people with dementia. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, 60 percent of people with dementia wander.Read More
Caregiver of the Month – February 2019
Caregiver of the Month: We are pleased to award Maria Moore Arceo, Caregiver of the month for the month of February. Maria has been an employee of Easy Living Home Care for a little over one year.Read More
To Care for Those Who Once Cared for Us is One of the Highest Honors.
To care for those who once cared for us is one of the highest honors. At Easy Living Home Care we pride ourselves on providing the highest compassion care possible to our seniors. WE CARE!Read More
When Was Your Dad’s Last Eye Exam? Key Reasons to Schedule One Now
Elderly Care in Laguna Woods CA: When did your dad have his last eye exam? If it’s been more than a year, he should schedule an appointment right now.Read More
Why Choose Easy Living Home Care
Why Choose Easy Living Home Care: At Easy Living Home Care our responsibility and commitment is to you and your family. Our goal is to provide the highest compassionate quality of care.Read More
Five Bathroom Tips to Use During National Bath Safety Month
Senior Care in Seal Beach CA: It’s time to get serious about bathroom safety for senior citizens. The National Council for Aging Care reports that 8 out of 10 falls take place in bathrooms.Read More
Caregiver of the Month – January 2019
Caregiver of the Month: We are pleased to award Linda “Country” Chabot as January 2019 Caregiver of the month.Read More
How Do You Get Past Mental Roadblocks about Accepting Help?
Elder Care in Lake Forest CA: If you’re having trouble accepting help as a family caregiver, you’re likely dealing with some mental blocks. Breaking down these blocks isn’t always easy, but you have to make the effort.Read More
What Should Family Caregivers Consider When a Parent Has Alzheimer’s?
Caregiver in Seal Beach CA: AARP and the National Center on Caregiving report that more than 15.7 million family caregivers care for someone with dementia. That’s almost half of the millions of people providing unpaid care.Read More
Why Does Driving Become Difficult for Your Aging Adult?
Home Care in Lake Forest CA: So many aging adults start to experience trouble driving. It can be disconcerting for them and for you, especially if you weren’t ready for these types of changes in your elderly family member’s life. Understanding why driving can become difficult for her can help you to spot some of these situations for your aging family member.Read More