Social Engagement

Caregiver Tips on the Social Engagement Benefits of Respite Care

The Social Engagement Benefits of Respite Care

The Social Engagement Benefits of Respite Care

“Respite care services at Saunders House provide at-home caregivers with a much-needed physical and emotional break from their demanding daily caregiving routines” says Susan Irrgang, Executive Director of Saunders House, located in Wynnewood, PA.

“Caregivers receive some personal time off from their caregiving duties to ‘recharge their batteries’ and do the things that are important to their own lives – whether it’s running errands, traveling, meeting for lunch with friends or just relaxing with a good book.”

Tips for Making Long-Term Care Feel Like Home for Your Loved One

Making Long-Term Care Feel Like Home

For any of us, significant change in our lives can be difficult. A new job, moving to a new state, grown children leaving the nest and other changes to our daily experience can move us out of our comfort zone and cause us to feel a bit off balance, less confident and sometimes apprehensive.

Tips on What to Look for in Long-Term Care for Your Loved One

What to Look for in Long-Term Care for Your Loved One

As our parents and other loved ones age, there may come a time when they are no longer able to take care of themselves. Their physical health and personal safety becomes increasingly at risk, and they require individual care and support on a regular and ongoing basis. This may include such things as bathing, medication management, meal preparation and general health supervision.

For many older adults today, Long-Term Care communities – also called Traditional Nursing Care and Skilled Nursing Care centers – provide an ideal solution.


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