Category: ACCEPTING HOME CARE ASSISTANCE

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What to Do When Your Elderly Parent is Refusing Home Care

Tim responds to a Caring.com article with what can you do when your elderly parent refuses help and cannot remain at home alone without assistance The original article can be found on Caring.com here: “What to Do When Your Elderly Parent Refuses Home Care.” The author, Madeline Vann, has written a very good article that […]

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A Message to Our Children: You Don’t Owe Us

Dad and I love each one of you more than you can possibly imagine. We would do anything to make your lives the best they can be. Over the years, we said ‘no’ to various things because we believed it was in your best interest. Depending on the circumstance, you may or may not have […]

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Three Small Signs Your Parents May Need Home Care

Liz Greene discusses small signs your elderly parent may need home care and the steps you can take to provide senior solutions for the them. It’s not always easy to admit we need help; but for our parents, it may be doubly so. The desire to stay in their own home — and the worry […]

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AskAware What to do When an Elderly Family Member Refuses Care

AskAware tackles the issue of elderly family members refusing care with Silver Linings NC of Apex, NC. #askaware This is Tim Murray from Aware Senior Care. Welcome everyone! — Tim Murray (@TMurrayAware) September 23, 2015 #askaware happy to be here! — Silver Linings NC (@silverliningsnc) September 23, 2015 @AwareSeniorCare from Vancouver Canada…advocacy & trainer re […]

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Caring for the Elderly – Dealing with Resistance

The Mayo Clinic Staff recently published an article on Caring for the elderly: Dealing with resistance.  In this article sound advice is given in how to start communicating with your loved one about his or her need for care such as: Determine what help is needed. Make an honest assessment of what kind of help […]

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