The holidays are times of fun, excitement, family gatherings and more. While they are exciting and fun, they also bring around a lot of stress for you as the caregiver and your aging loved one. Knowing what steps to take to keep both of you in good spirits is important to helping you all have a successful and enjoyable holiday season. Here you’ll find five tips to help you reduce stress around the holiday season and ensure you all have a wonderful time together.
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So you have thought about starting your own non-medical home care business? Well, you have come to the right place. Here are 7 of the most basic steps to keep in mind when starting your home care business. There are, of course, many other steps between these steps, but these are the bare bones basics to getting a home care business on the street and rolling:
Having medical insurance is no guarantee you’ll be able to use it for mom and dad’s long-term care. According to an analysis of health insurance plans by website HealthPocket, 99 percent of policies exclude coverage for long-term care. That’s likely because long-term services often fall under the category of custodial care. In other words, many seniors need help with daily living activities, but they don’t have specific medical needs that require skilled care. While medical insurance may not pay for ongoing long-term care, you may be able to get some short-term help for your parents as you determine how best to pay for their ongoing needs.