Understanding the Roles of Formal and Informal Caregivers
Recognizing the Need for Outside Help in Caregiving
The Value of Geriatric Care Management Services
Care Management Services for Your Loved One
Problems with Poorly Prepared Family Caregivers
Understanding the Services of Professional Home Care Providers
Aging and the Attitude of Health Care Providers
Alzheimer's Disease
Dealing with Difficult Elderly People
Elder Abuse
Convincing the Elderly They Need Help
What to do in an Emergency Situation
The Ideal Caregiver
In-Home Safety
Planning for Care
Protecting the Elderly Against Scams
Respecting the Elderly
Types of Elderly Care

Need home care for a loved one? Being a caregiver for the elderly can be a comprehensive process riddled with emotional stress and personal conflicts. In many cases, it is best to leave this in the hands of a knowledgeable and professional caregiver who genuinely cares about the work they do, and more importantly, the people they care for.

Look at these Statistics:
- Each week, more than 30,000 people over the age of 65 are seriously injured by a fall.
- One fourth of those who fall and sustain a hip fracture die within a year; half never regain their formal levels of mobility.
- More than 15,000 seniors die in their homes due to accidents each year.
- Nearly 2 million adults over the age of 65 suffer from depression. High levels of depression increase the risk of stroke by almost 75%.
- Loneliness kills: Elders without senior home help and with the limited social connections are twice as likely to die over a given time as those with a close support network. This is why senior companionship is so important.

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