Precautionary Measures for Clients with Alzheimer’s

There are around 6.2 million individuals who are 65 or older who currently live with Alzheimer’s. And, with the growth in the aging population, this number will increase quickly over the next several years. In fact, the Alzheimer’s Association estimates that by the year 2025, there could be up to 7 million seniors living with…


Does Your Client Object to Their Medication?

Working as an in-home caregiver for senior adults can be rewarding and joyous. It can also come with some distinct challenges, especially if the senior client that you are working with refuses to take their prescribed medication. While this can be very frustrating for everyone involved, there are some ways that you can approach this…


Working in an Unfamiliar Home as a Caregiver

Being an in-home caregiver for seniors can be a very rewarding career, filled with joyous moments and instances of pure connection. Many professionals choose to become home caregivers for life, reveling in the lasting bonds that they can form with their clients. However, if you are just starting out in this profession or are preparing…


Coming to Terms With Your Loved One’s Need for Memory Care

Hundreds of senior citizens are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or other dementias every year. When this happens, many relatives and decision-makers decide on memory care for their loved ones. Alzheimer’s and memory care is a way for your seniors to enjoy all the comforts and joys of life while being attended to regularly by a compassionate…


Most Essential Skills of a Caregiver

Do you have what it takes to become a caregiver? Aside from a desire to help others, there are several qualities a good caregiver needs to succeed in this role and truly help their loved ones each day. Here, Serenity Home Care offers some of the most essential caregiver skills and what you can do…


How To Put Senior Patients At Ease

For many senior citizens, the goal is to age as comfortably and independently as possible, and a little help can go a long way. The transition to a caregiving role may come with its fair share of growing pains – for you and your loved one. At Serenity Home Care, we specialize in-home care services….


Things to Know as a New Caregiver

As a new caregiver, you have decided to take on the task of looking after a loved one. Although your intentions are pure, it’s common to make some mistakes in the beginning. Learning how to be a caregiver can be challenging, but recognizing these errors early and learning from them can help you provide your…


What to Expect as a Caregiver

If your spouse, parent, or another loved one has recently become homebound, you may be stepping up to the plate as their new caregiver. And if you’re like many in this situation, you are looking for the answer to an important question – what does a caregiver do, exactly? Depending on the individual’s condition and…


Consultation and Caregiver Onboarding Tips for New Patients in Oregon

Caregivers provide a vital service – they help senior citizens retain their independence and stay connected to their communities. Home care agencies ensure seniors have help with daily tasks, errands, and personal care so that they can stay in their homes and age in place. If you’re meeting with a new caregiver for yourself or…


Sensible Precautions as Society Reopens

As COVID-19 restrictions relax, we can once again enjoy the fun of gathering with friends and family. But we know that the pandemic hasn’t gone away, and we still need to be vigilant to keep our loved ones healthy, especially high-risk groups like seniors. Here, Serenity Home Care offers some COVID-19 reopening safety precautions you…


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