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We know that it can be tough, finding care for a loved one, or taking care of them yourself. So we offer our end users a blog with information on care giving, choosing a community, senior living and care news and just for fun!

5 Signs That a Switch from Home Care to Nursing Home Care May be Necessary for Your Loved One

Families may care for their loved one at home for as long as possible, or the senior may remain at home independently with caregivers coming into the home or at an assisted living community. Sometimes, due to aging and illness, it may become necessary to consider nursing home care because home care is no longer…

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Importance of Professional Senior Home Care for Your Loved Ones

While it may be hard to deal with the fact that the people you care for are going through the aging process, taking on or planning their care does not have to be an overwhelming task. You can ensure that your loves ones are safe, happy and healthy with some…

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Palliative Care vs Hospice Care Services

The image above is of Hospice Patients by Length of Service in 2014. Across the United States, palliative care is considered a collaborative approach to medical care for patients receiving curative treatment for the symptoms and stress of a serious illness. Hospice care refers to a similar collaborative approach to care and…

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What You Should Know When Hiring a Caregiver

When your loved one can no longer live at home independently, where do you turn? Most people would enjoy receiving care assistance in the comfort of their own home, but for many, these questions can be a challenge to answer. In San Diego, families face these decisions every-day, and it’s…

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Hospice Care Benefits for Your Loved One

If your doctor or caregiver has recently recommended for your loved one to be put on hospice care, you are probably wondering how your loved one can benefit from it. Often, hospice care can have a negative stigma, but in actuality can be a comfortable and peaceful service for seniors living in there…

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