Charlotte NC senior care

Is Your Senior Loved One at Risk for Elder Abuse?

Helping seniors stay healthy, happy and independent is the goal of not only our Charlotte NC senior care professionals, but of every family caregiver who has ever assisted a loved one. Because the health and happiness of seniors is so important to us, it’s essential that we discuss something that can be difficult for many […]

Many phone scams target Seniors.

The Latest in Helping Elderly Parents Avoid Phone Scams

Phone scams geared toward the elderly are nothing new, with an astonishing $36 billion lost each year to financial abuse. And the latest senior con circulating is difficult for most seniors to detect until it’s too late, and helping elderly parents get back money lost isn’t an option. Center for Elder Law and Justice attorney […]

Caring for someone with Dementia

Is It Okay to Lie to Someone with Dementia?

At an early age, we learn the tale of George Washington’s mishap with the cherry tree and his bold admittance to his parents, “I cannot tell a lie; I chopped down the cherry tree!” Truthfulness is integrated within our character, and even telling a little white lie can wrack us with guilt. But could it […]

Caring for Aging Parents

Caring for Older Parents? Ask These Questions First Before They Move in

Probably the most noble and admirable decision adult children will make is to open up their house to an aging parent. Our parents raised and took care of us when we needed help and support, so it seems like a no-brainer to return the favor when it becomes unsafe for Mom or Dad to live […]

Charlotte home health

Charlotte Home Health Experts Share Tips to Avoid Common Parkinson’s Complications

Many seniors with Parkinson’s disease receive the largest part of their care at home from loved ones, especially during the early stages of the disease. As a professional Charlotte home health care agency, we at Comprehensive Home Care understand the unique concerns experienced by family members who provide care for a senior with Parkinson’s, and want you to know you’re not alone! We’re always available to provide recommendations and to partner with you in ensuring your loved one receives […]

Parkinson's disease, home care

The 5 Stages of Parkinson’s Disease and How Home Care Can Help Through Each

More likely to strike men, and more prevalent than MS, muscular dystrophy, and ALS combined, Parkinson’s disease is diagnosed in as many as 7 – 10 million people worldwide, with an additional 600,000 Americans diagnosed each year. And although each individual’s experience with Parkinson’s differs in level of severity, there are five main stages of progression that are routinely experienced by all.   In honor of Parkinson’s Awareness Month, Comprehensive Home Care shares the facts below to help you better understand the stages of Parkinson’s disease:  […]

exercise tips for seniors

Charlotte, NC Home Care Experts Share Top Exercise Tips for Seniors

Participating in an ongoing exercise plan is challenging at any age. Exercising is exhausting. We don’t seem to have the time it takes. We’re still sore from yesterday’s workout. All of us have made excuses like these for not exercising; but frailty and aging make it even more difficult to commit to an exercise plan. […]

elderly exercise

Try These Elderly Exercise Ideas to Help Seniors Thrive!

Throughout the aging process, the benefits of exercise continue to outweigh any barriers faced, and it’s vital for older adults’ overall health and wellbeing to maintain as active a lifestyle as possible. And while it’s particularly challenging for seniors who are confined to a bed or wheelchair to exercise, there are still plenty of elderly […]

Elderly Hoarding

Is Elderly Hoarding Impacting Your Senior Loved One? Here’s How to Help.

Do you have a loved one who struggles with elderly hoarding? Is this situation becoming increasingly difficult to manage? Are you concerned? Pathological or compulsive hoarding, officially known as disposophobia, is much more than just collecting or living with clutter. It’s the excessive gathering of objects, regardless of whether these objects have any value or […]

Senior Home Care

Signs that Your Loved One May Need Senior Home Care

“I do NOT want to move to a nursing home!” This is an often-heard sentiment expressed by many seniors, even when they’re beginning to experience some difficulty managing at home on their own. And who can blame them? Home is where older adults most often feel comfortable and safe. They know where everything is and […]