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Home Health Care Blogs in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Making Home an Ideal Setting for Healthcare

Some clients with disabilities prefer to avail of our in-home care services in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Home healthcare is a convenient setting for disabled clients who decide to stay at home to continue their healthcare needs. While they can achieve comfort and independence at their abode, it may not be an ideal setting for them. The … Continue reading

Posted in Senior Comfortable Living

Brief Strategies for Meal Preparation and Feeding

Meal preparation and feeding assistance have always been an issue for seniors or people with mobility issues. These tasks require physical strength to accomplish. When they are not capable of preparing meals and feeding themselves, this is where we at Lending A Hand Home Care step in. We provide personal care services for clients who … Continue reading

Posted in Health Awareness

How Seniors Benefit from In-Home Care Services

When the time comes when your mom, dad, or an elderly loved one requires additional help at home, home care is an excellent option. Home care services enable seniors to age in place while also providing respite services to their loved ones. This provides several benefits to seniors and their families. Here, we discuss how seniors … Continue reading

Posted in Senior Comfortable Living

Tips to Make Medication Management Easier for Seniors

For many seniors, managing their medications can be challenging. This is especially true for seniors who need to manage the symptoms of various chronic illnesses. Hence, many families turn to home care to look after their loved one’s needs. In addition to Respite Services, an in-home care provider can also assist with medication management. As … Continue reading

Posted in Medication Management Tips

Ways to Improve Mobility for a Disabled Family Member

Living with a disability can be challenging especially because most establishments and infrastructures are only accessible to non-disabled people. Stairs, narrow entryways, and slippery floors are just a few of the obstacles that people with limited mobility face. Let us eliminate the stigma of turning a blind eye to disability. We are all unique and … Continue reading

Posted in Improve Mobility