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5 Things NOT to Say to Your Elderly Parent

Growing older changes a lot of things, and it’s not only physical. If you have an elderly loved one, there are certain things you should refrain from saying to avoid hurting or offending their feelings. Yes, they are older and can’t do everything they used to, but they are still the same person underneath it … Continue reading

The Most Common Causes of Vision Loss for Seniors

February is Low Vision Awareness Month, and we at Safe and Secure Transition Home Care share with you the common causes of vision loss for seniors to give you a better understanding of its risk and treatment options. As a home care provider, plenty of the patients we assist are living with vision problems. The … Continue reading

The Importance of Meal Preparation for Seniors

Senior hunger is on a steady rise in the United States and it is expected to grow if ignored. For many it has less to do with finances but more to do with being able to drive to the grocery store and prepare their own meals. Mobility, vision loss, and deteriorating health directly impacts the … Continue reading

How to Deal with Elderly Parents Who Dismiss Your Feelings

If you never had a great relationship with a parent or both parents and they are now at an elderly age where they need help caring for themselves, you are not obligated to be their caregiver. While compassion, forgiveness, and empathy should often be practiced if you want to live a positive life, you still … Continue reading

Not Wanting to Be Your Parent’s Caregiver Isn’t Being Selfish – It’s Selfcare

Not everyone is built to be a caregiver, and it is not necessarily a good or bad thing. The truth of the matter is, not everyone has the same patience, nurturing skills, experience, or time to tend to another person’s needs. If you have an elderly parent and their well-being is your responsibility, but you … Continue reading

Aging at Home Doesn’t Mean Being Stuck at Home Everyday

Just because your elderly parent is aging at home doesn’t mean they should be stuck at home day in and day out. In some cases, an elderly loved one’s mobility or health impacts their ability to be active as they once were, but they still need to get out of the house a couple to … Continue reading

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