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83% of caregivers in the United States are family members or friends, and nearly half of all unpaid caregivers for older adults are providing care for someone living with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. At HomeSpark, our certified caregivers are here to compassionately provide the additional support your family needs. These tips will help you provide the best possible care for someone living with Alzheimer’s.
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Falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries for people over 65 and there is nothing more challenging than worrying about the health and well-being of your aging family member. At HomeSpark, keeping your loved ones safe is our top priority. Here are steps you can take to reduce the risk of falls by your loved ones and assessing the safety of your home.
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At HomeSpark, we know that bringing a caregiver into your home is a big decision and understanding the difference between home care and home health care is the first step in finding the best option to meet your loved one’s needs. Below are some key differences between home care and home health care.
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Fran Russo shares the following tips to help you take action and avoid conflict when deciding on care for aging parents.
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Through HomeSpark, we provide trustworthy, non-medical, in-home care services to the Bryan and College Station community. We are committed to giving back to those who have done so much for their families, communities, and country through personalized care plans. If you are passionate about changing how seniors are cared for, we would love to talk to you about joining our team as an in-home caregiver.
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As the number of individuals choosing to age in the comfort of their own homes increases, the need for quality, non-medical, in-home care services is growing. HomeSpark are happy to help you assess the individual non-medical needs of a loved one and create a personalized care plan.
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Here at HomeSpark, we provide non-medical in-home care services for families in Bryan and College Station. Our in-home services include companionship, personal care, meal preparation, transportation, household duties, respite care, and 24-hour care.
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Whether it’s to stay healthy, in social gatherings with friends, or as an expression of our creativity, food is central to our days and happiness. Most people have food-related stories about their social events or holidays. However, as we age, sometimes that joy is diminished by our body’s decreased capacity to intake nutrients, mechanical issues with chewing and digestion, and a declining sense of taste.
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09Feb

Heart Health and Aging

Home Spark | 09 Feb, 2022 | Health |
As we age, our hearts and blood vessels undergo changes. These changes may increase the risk of heart disease. While some components of heart disease are genetic, the good news is most are related to lifestyle. Simple changes in your lifestyle can help you avoid, delay, prevent and even reverse your risk. Advancements in smartphone technology can also help you manage your lifestyle and health safety.
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Holidays are a joyous time for families and celebration. However, the holidays can also be stressful and can pose some challenges for older adults and their families. For seniors with mobility issues or Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, the holidays can bring forth a range of negative emotions such as holiday depression, loneliness, inadequacies and guilt about feeling like a burden. We have gathered some tips to help you make the holidays enjoyable for your older loved ones and the re...
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