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According to the World Health Organization, approximately 14% of adults aged 60 and over live with a mental health condition. Mental health encompasses emotional, psychological, and social well-being, and can change throughout an individual’s life.
Read More Supporting Mental Health: In-Home Care Services for Seniors with Depression and Anxiety
When is it time to hire an in-home caretaker for aging parents? Look for signs like difficulty with daily tasks, high fall risk, and changes in personality. HomeSpark offers non-medical caregivers for assistance, safety, and companionship. Contact HomeSpark for more information.
Read More 5 Signs It Might be Time to Consider In-Home Care
Many people tend to think of physical health when they think of aging - but mental health and physical health are interconnected and both contribute to an individual’s overall well-being. At least 15% of adults over the age of 60 are living with a mental health condition.
Read More Mindful Aging: Activities to Boost Seniors’ Mental Health
Staying active and maintaining mobility is crucial for aging adults to maintain physical health and overall emotional well-being. Read our tips on strength training, balance practice, stretching, and endurance to promote your overall health and decrease the risk of disease.
Read More A Guide to Improving Mobility at an Old Age
At HomeSpark, we understand the importance of social connection and engagement while aging. As human beings, we thrive on community and connection - no matter our stage of life. For many aging adults, this can be a challenge as they discover they can no longer perform the daily activities they once could and tend to spend more time alone.
Read More How to Make Friends When Aging Alone
Being the primary caregiver for a family member can make “the most wonderful time of the year” feel more stressful than usual. At HomeSpark we put together some helpful tips below to help your holidays go more smoothly while providing care!
Read More Caregiving During the Holidays
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.
Read More How to Care for Someone with Alzheimer’s Disease
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.
Read More Home Safety Assessment
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.
Read More Home Care vs. Home Health Care: The Difference Matters
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.
Read More Non-Medical In-Home Care Services in Bryan, College Station
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