4 Tips to Care for an Aging Loved One

When an aging loved one requires a caregiver, one family member may choose to take on this responsibility. Yet caring for someone who has been diagnosed with a serious illness or is recovering from an injury can be overwhelming. Oftentimes, older adults have complicated health issues that can add more stress to the situation. For…

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3 Signs It’s Time for Long Term Care

When you provide at-home care for an aging loved one, you become very familiar with his or her condition. When something is not quite right, you’re likely the first one to notice but is it a warning sign? The following indicators could mean it’s time for a long-term care facility. Lack of Order While not…

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4 Myths About Long-Term Care

At Avon Health Center, we have provided comprehensive long-term care services in a safe and comfortable environment for over 65 years! Many people assume long-term care will not become a factor until later in life, but this statement is often untrue. What are four common myths surrounding long-term care that you should know? Only For…

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Should an Aging Loved One Move In?

Do you have an aging loved one in poor health? During this emotional time, you may consider having the family member move in with you. According to the National Institute of Health, one in every four caregivers lives with the relative he or she cares for from day-to-day. However, what should you consider before choosing…

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