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5 Things to Pay Attention to When Visiting Your Senior Parent

Posted by CaraVita Staff on October 15 2019 | 3 minute read

It can be difficult to know when the time has come to move your senior parent into a community or seek in-home care. If you don't live near your parent(s) or you don't see them often, it can be challenging to make this decision without knowing how they live on a day-to-day basis. 

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Topics: In-Home Care, Home Safety, Holidays, Wellness & Well-Being, CaraVita Home Care

Timing Out Maintenance with Senior Home Care

Posted by CaraVita Staff on November 1 2018 | 3 minute read


When most people think of purchasing a home, they might first resonate with the financial responsibility that comes along with that purchase. Buying a home is said to be one of the true feats of becoming a responsible adult. Most people, however, do not think about the maintenance required through the years, or how they might care for the home as seniors. Purchasing a home is rather permanent, and it is important to be cautious of all the factors that come with new ownership. Having older parents facing issues with senior home care maintenance is a significant problem for living independently. Nearly 70% of home upkeep tasks are considered challenging for seniors.

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Topics: Home Care Resources, Home Safety, CaraVita Home Care, Retirement

Safety in the Home for Seniors

Posted by Nancy Marvin on December 12 2011 | 3 minute read

If you have an aging parent or relative living in their own home, you may be concerned about their well-being. It’s important that their safety in the environment in which they live be assessed. According to the Home Safety Council, more than 7,000 adults age 65 and older die each year from injuries sustained in the home. Over half of those are caused by falls.

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Topics: Home Safety, Health & Nutrition, Caregiver & Caregiving Resources