4 Ways Wound Care Services Can Aid Your Healing Process

Posted on: 20 February 2019

Typically, when you get a cut, it heals on its own within a week or two. However, sometimes wounds need extra care. If you're diabetic, recovering from surgery, having mobility issues, or dealing with a wound that won't heal, you may need to seek professional treatment. That's where wound care services can come in. Here are four ways wound care services can aid your healing process:  1. Prevent and heal pressure ulcers. [Read More]

4 Tips To Help You Downsize Before Moving To A Senior Living Community

Posted on: 2 November 2018

Senior living communities allow you to continue to live in an apartment or home. These apartments and homes are often smaller than the spaces that you occupied before. If you are moving into a senior living community from a larger dwelling, you are going to want to invest some time in downsizing your belongings. #1 Create a Plan One of the worst things you can do is try to go through everything all at once. [Read More]

Factors For Choosing A Senior Living Community

Posted on: 8 October 2018

A senior living facility can be the best option for care and support to those that are unable to live on their own while still ensuring a high quality of life. Considering that a senior may live the rest of their life at these facilities, it is vital to be as considerate and thoughtful as possible when choosing this facility. Otherwise, you may have to move the senior to another facility, which can prove to be expensive and stressful for the senior. [Read More]

Signs You Need A Stair Lift In Your Home

Posted on: 12 August 2018

A stair lift is a medical appliance designed to help make living at home easier for those who have difficulties getting around. If you have stairs in your house and worry about slipping and falling, a stair lift may be a device you need. The device is permanently installed on your stair well and works with a motor and a chair lift to gently take you up and down the stairs without having to actually climb them. [Read More]