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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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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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Safe Senior Companionship Services in Maryland During COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has left many older adults feeling isolated and lonely. Unfortunately, even with quarantine restrictions lifted throughout the country, staying socially distant means most older adults cannot access their favorite senior centers, libraries, or coffee shops to stay … Continue reading

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Finding In Home Stroke Care in Washington, D.C.

If your loved one has had a stroke, you already know the challenges they faced when returning home. While living independently after a stroke is certainly possible, support from a caregiver can offer the extra assistance and peace of mind … 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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Get the Extra Help You Need This Season

‘Tis the season for twinkling lights, candles, and sugar cookies. It’s also the season of stress, travel, and feeling stretched too thin. If you are celebrating this holiday season while caring for a senior loved one, you are even more … Continue reading

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Travel Tips for Seniors

The holiday season means celebrating with family and friends. In order to get to your next holiday party, you may have to jump in the car or board an airplane. Traveling during the holiday season can be stressful, but the … Continue reading

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Is Your Aging Loved One Safe at Home?

As your parent or loved one gets older, you may wonder if they are safe living at home alone. However, most well-meaning family members assume that if there is not a diagnosis of dementia, their senior loved one is safe … Continue reading

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Urinary Tract Infections and Seniors

Urinary tract infections, or UTIs, are painful and downright annoying. However, seniors who get UTIs can suffer more serious consequences of the infection, including acute confusion. Urinary tract infections are one of the most commonly diagnosed infections in older adults, … Continue reading

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