When living with a serious illness, basic tasks and activities of daily living (ADLs), such as eating, personal hygiene and mobility, become harder to manage. If you or a loved one loses the ability to perform these tasks, it can lead to a loss of independence.
Recognizing Decline in Activities of Daily Living»
When your loved one loses the ability to perform these activities, it’s time to discuss care options with a medical professional.
When Is It Time to Get Help in the Home?»
Warning signs that you or a loved one may need in-home assistance.
Elderly Driving: How to Have "The Talk" About Giving Up the Keys»
If you have concerns about an elderly loved one's ability to drive, addressing them is critical.
Does your Loved One Need Help?»
Ask yourself these qualifying questions when deciding if your loved one needs home care assistance.