Home Instead Senior Care, Birmingham

Hospital to Home Preparation for Seniors FREE WEBINAR

Friday, March 7, 2014


Do you have a client or a loved one who could potentially go into the hospital one day? If so, this free webinar is for you!

Please register by clicking here: http://members.asaging.org/members_online/registration/register.asp?mt=WB0409S&af=ASA
 




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14 comments:

Angela Killpack said...

Some elderly people can get confused about where they are if they're placed in a home. If they're well enough, I think home care is a great option. People feel more comfortable in familiar surroundings. http://comforcare.com/california/san-fernando-valley

Bob Strong said...

This looks like a great preparation for any family dealing with Senior Care. I remember when my grandparents were first put into a Senior Care Home. It was tough for them to leave the home they had known for decades, but it was so much better for them and their health. http://comforcare.com/north-carolina/the-triad

Thiago daLuz said...

I wish I hadn't missed the webinar. It sounds like it was really interesting. I have tried to limit the need for hospital trips by getting home care for my grandpa. He has a lot of help at home now. Thiago | http://comforcare.com/illinois/central-dupage

senior emergency care said...

I think I am going to find a lot of good information from all of these posts. My family is looking for a place that does senior in home care .This should give us an idea as to what we can expect.

Feruccio Lamborghini said...

Is it living to be on 15 meds a day? I understand we want people to stay with us forever, but I don't want them in pain the whole time. At that point I feel it becomes selfish.
Feruccio
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Hilary Kimbel said...

How hard is it to get a job in caring for seniors? I think my sister would be perfect for something like this! She is very kind and works well with others. How much training do you usually require for your workers?
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Jason Strong said...

I appreciate you sharing this info! I've been wanting to learn more about senior care, and this helped me out a ton. What would you suggest looking for in a senior care facility?

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Jak Manson said...

There are some really great senior care services out there and more people need to realize that. If more people realized how much these services were, they would get help. It truly is an amazing service that people are willing to help the elderly.
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senior emergency alert said...

Independence has to be encouraged. Even if only a small amount of the activity can be undertaken by the patient, it all helps toward promoting self worth and maintaining an independent lifestyle.

Elisa Jed said...

It is nice to see that independence is encouraged. This seems like a good idea; you can never be too prepared. There are situations where you know a loved one will probably need to go to a hospital in the future. It only makes sense to have them prepared as much as possible for a day if they need to go to the hospital quickly.

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Bill Stewart said...

I think my grandma could really benefit from this. I'll have to help her with the computer though. She doesn't want to learn how to use them. I don't mind helping her though, it's nice to be able to spend time with her.
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Brittany Matthews said...

I think my mom is going to need to go to this. We have been discussing senior care for my grandma. It's hard that it has come to this point. http://www.comforcare.com/pennsylvania/montgomery-county

Pitar said...

thank you for your important role in senior care service. I hope your support will going long ahead
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homecare said...

thank u!!
Life is rarest thing in the world. Care and love make the life beautiful.People realize life when they need a care and look for lift and expect to stay with them through everything. We wanted to be with the people who wants care and wanted to see the happiness in their faces.

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