Recognizing that a loved one is in need of home health care is a challenging process for many families. This change can be a difficult transition in life for caregivers and family members to experience as many seniors appear to be healthy and happy living on their own. Unless there is a major accident or health concern it might be difficult for many families to see the change in health and independence occur.
School days bring congestion: Yellow school buses are picking up their charges, kids on bikes are hurrying to get to school before the bell rings, harried parents are trying to drop their kids off before work. It’s never more important for drivers to slow down and pay attention than when kids are present – especially before and after school.
Join us on Monday, August 29, from 5pm – 7pm, as Elders’ Helpers will be holding a fundraiser to raise money for our Kent County Senior Millage funded programs, at Horseshoe Smokehouse located at 333 Grandville Ave SW, in downtown Grand Rapids.
Many of the seniors in our families and communities, choose to live at home and continue living their independent lifestyle while they age. Here are some of the top tips we use to educate our caregivers and clients on how to easily make their home safer and more accessible.
It’s election time, as if you didn’t know, which means that it’s also election scam time. Crooks are posing as pollsters, election officials and fundraisers in a bid to trick you into giving them money or confidential information. Here are the 4 most common scams regarding elections.