No one wants to think about it, but eventually, it happens. We all get older and start to need additional assistance. Planning for when that day comes can seem daunting, but having a plan is vital for peace of mind and financial reasons.
Struggling to help your senior stay connected while he or she is socially distancing? With experts uncertain as to when a vaccine will be available or how effective it will be, social distancing may be a way of life for a long time. For those of us able to don a mask and safely get out, social distancing is less isolating. High-risk seniors don’t have this option; they’re stuck at home, feeling isolated and bored. Here are some tips to help your loved one beat the quarantine blues.
Concerned about your senior loved one's physical and mental health, especially during the coronavirus pandemic? Are you suffering from caregiver burnout and need a break to recharge? Whether your loved one lives at home or in a senior care facility, DayBreak Care is here to help.
Life is meant to be lived to the fullest, so no matter what changes you encounter as you age, it’s important to maintain independence. February is recognized as National Senior Independence Month to build awareness around this important lifestyle. Daybreak Adult Care Services is taking the opportunity to give you a few tips on how you can maintain independence this month, and in the years to come.