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Talking to Your Loved One About Home Care Services

Are you concerned your loved one may not be as healthy as they could be living at home alone? Many family members across the country have been especially tuned into their loved one’s health this year thanks to the coronavirus … Continue reading

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Holiday Respite Care in Washington, D.C.

November officially kicks off the holiday season, which means your personal and professional calendar is about to get even busier. If you are caring for a senior loved one this year, either in your home or from a distance, the … Continue reading

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Best Practices in Alzheimer’s Care in Washington, D.C.

Did you know that November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month? Here at CaringGivers, we are honored to serve seniors living with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia in the comfort of their own home. In-home care for those living … Continue reading

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Your Senior Fall Bucket List

The changing leaves and crisper morning air can only mean one thing: autumn has arrived here in the D.C. area. If you are looking to make the most of this season on your own or with your senior loved one, … Continue reading

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What to Expect From In Home Dementia Care in Maryland

If your loved one has a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease or another type of dementia, it is easy to feel quite alone. Most family caregivers quickly become overwhelmed with decision making and future planning, that they forget that they are … Continue reading

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Home Care in Maryland: Is It Right for Me?

If you have ever wondered if investing in home care in Maryland is a wise decision for either you or your aging loved one, you aren’t alone. It can feel overwhelming and even confusing as you begin to navigate the … Continue reading

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Steps for a Successful Hospital Discharge in D.C.

Older adults leaving the hospital after a brief or extended stay always need to be careful in order to make returning home as safe as possible. The coronavirus pandemic has only made hospital discharges in the D.C. area even more … Continue reading

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Tech and Gadgets for Caregivers in Maryland

Caregivers in Maryland are always searching for ways to keep the seniors they love at home for longer. However, as aging adults get older, their medical needs can get more complex. Between mobility issues, medication management confusion, and moving in-between … Continue reading

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Surprising Ways D. C. Home Care Keeps You Healthy

Seniors who live at home alone in the D.C. area can benefit from a bit of extra assistance around the house. However, when clients begin partnering with our team at CaringGivers, they are often surprised at how consistent visits from … Continue reading

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How to Choose Home Care Services for Your Loved One

One quick internet search for home care agencies in the Washington, D.C. area can make your head spin. If you are searching for some extra help for your senior loved one who lives at home, or if you are a … Continue reading

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