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A new free guide book for senior citizens has been hailed by a HSE manager as a “valuable resource” for older people, their families, friends and carers.
Harsh winter weather can endanger the lives of older people. That's why Home Instead Senior Care, Galway’s largest home care organisation, has issued a winter safety preparation checklist to help seniors stay safe during the cold winter months.
Communication hurdles with ageing loved ones can best be overcome by following the new 40 to 70 Rule, according to a first-of-its-kind study by Home Instead Senior Care, Mayo’s leading in-home care provider. Analysis of the findings revealed that when the child reaches age 40 or the parent reaches age 70, whichever comes first, communication can become difficult.
To mark World Alzheimer’s Day next Wednesday September 21 Home Instead Senior Care in Mullingar has published a new guide to help family caregivers look after loved ones with dementia at home.
Research from Home Instead Senior Care in Mayo reveals 80 per cent of seniors report the importance of living in their own homes. Over three-quarters of decision makers (normally the adult daughter caring for ageing parents) indicate it is ‘extremely’ or ‘very important’ for seniors to remain at home.
I think everyone is breathing a sigh of relief knowing that all the former residents of the Avondale Nursing Home in Callan have now been moved to new facilities. One can only hope that the care that they are receiving in their new homes is of a high quality and that they are happy in their new environment.
With an increase of eight per cent in robberies throughout the country and recent assaults against the elderly, Home Instead Senior Care in Galway is encouraging older people to stay safe and make their home more secure.
Leading Westmeath home care provider, Home Instead Senior Care, is asking adult children to take a closer look at senior parent’s homes this new year.
A recent survey of family caregivers on caregiverstress.com revealed that more than half of the respondents (51 per cent) said their ageing relative resisted care. These seniors often object to help whether it is from their own children or a professional caregiver who tries to come into their homes to assist.
Home Instead Senior Care has teamed up with Irish Stairlifts and Bathrooms to offer seniors a 5 per cent discount on disability products.