If the stairs in your home have become challenging to navigate or you’re having a hard time reaching the upper level of your house Pennsylvania Stair Lifts can help find you a solution to make it easier. A lift chair in Philadelphia will provide you a cost-effective, quick, solution to solving this mobility issue.
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Physically disabling factors whether from an accident, medical procedure, or the natural aging process can threaten a person’s independence. Finding ways to acquire and maintain an independent lifestyle is a key factor in happiness. Stairlifts, which are battery-powered chairs mounted on stair rails, help in promoting independence by providing a safe and reliable solution to access upper and lower levels of structures and the outdoors in residential and commercial facilities. Continue reading "Stairlifts in New Jersey: Find the right option for you!" →
The Value Of Stair Lift Rental In New Jersey
Sometimes you’re in a situation where recovery from a health condition may only take a few months. In these cases, a stair lift rental may be the temporary solution for your mobility assistance needs. Continue reading "Stair Lift Rental Solutions in New Jersey" →
There are typically three different types of people who consider a stair lift in Delaware. One of them being those who need immediate help with accessing the upper level of their home. Another is someone looking at future needs and anticipate they will need this help soon. Continue reading "Does your loved one need a stair lift in Delaware?" →
Many parents want to age in place, but when that’s not an option, they often end up living with their adult children.
Caring for an elderly parent can often feel like a full-time career, especially if you’re already holding down a 9-5 job. It’s something we often hear from customers in the market for a new lift chair: they’re seeking ways to make life easier for themselves and their parents.
In this week’s blog, we’ll look at some of the signs that being a caregiver is leaving you feeling stressed, as well as some tips for dealing with this burnout.
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On the surface, they sound like the same word.
Caregiver and caretaker.
And to some people, the terms caregiver vs. caretaker are interchangeable, although you can argue that a caretaker is someone who looks after things – the guy in charge of a building when no one’s there – while a caregiver is someone who looks after people. Continue reading "Caregiver vs. Caretaker: Which is Correct for Elder Care?" →
Two words no one wants to hear. They’re also two words most of us don’t want to say.
It’s hard firing someone. But sometimes it’s necessary, especially when the person in question is the caregiver you’ve hired to look after your elderly parent. Continue reading "Is It Time to Fire Your Elderly Parent’s Caregiver?" →
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been writing about how to find a caregiver for an elderly parent: how to tell whether it’s time, what to look for in a caregiver, how to conduct a job interview when you’re hiring a caregiver for your parent.
But there’s one thing we haven’t addressed yet, and it’s pretty important: the cost of a caregiver. Continue reading "How Much Does It Cost to Hire a Caregiver for Your Elderly Parent?" →
For most of us, a job interview means answering questions instead of asking them. It’s just the way the world works. There are more workers than bosses.
But now you’re in a situation where you’re the one doing the hiring. The position: a caregiver to look after an elderly family member. Continue reading "Interview Questions to Ask a Caregiver for the Elderly" →
In our last blog post, we discussed some ways you could determine whether it was time to hire a caregiver for an elderly parent who has decided to age in place.
This week, we’re going to take the next step: how to hire a caregiver for the elderly. Continue reading "How to Hire a Caregiver for Your Elderly Parent" →