Today I had the opportunity to speak at the Alton Senior Center, where we discussed Senior Living Choices. Most seniors wish to remain in their own homes, however, as age related disabilities occur; assistance of others becomes a necessity. Most often a family member becomes the primary caregiver. Most adult family caregivers have their own families and jobs, etc. to attend to; making caregiving for their aging loved one challenging. Then there is the challenge of learning the skills necessary to accomplish this difficult job. In helping those with Alzheimer’s/dementia, mobility challenges, and other needs, it is important to know the skills to properly help. This is why Abundant Blessings Homecare has skilled experienced professionals. Abundant Blessings Homecare can help family caregivers have that much needed and deserved break. Whether your need is short term, only a few days a week, or up to 24/7 care we can help. We work with your schedule not ours. At the Alton Senior Center today we discussed these and other challenges seniors aging at home experience. We thank you all the Alton Senior Center for having us, you have a great program.
March is National Nutrition Month and we've been busy with speaking engagements on the topic of healthy eating and nutrition. If you'd like to read on this topic you can find the links to some of the handouts below.
If your organization needs a speaker to speak on the topic of nutrition, just give us a call, Tom has a degree in nutrition and dietetics and is available for speaking engagements.
I can assure you that in hearing this talk you are bound to learn some new information and you won't be bored. This is presented in an exciting, participatory manner, complete with interaction and prizes.
Did you know that Abundant Blessings Homecare offers meal preparation and diet monitoring services? Our caregivers can help in these areas as well as many others, see our Homecare Services page for further information.