That inevitable process that we all go through called aging is feared by many, but we cannot escape. As we age, here are some of the questions that come to mind. •    If I can’t help myself, who do I call? •    What type of help is out here? •    Will they make my life…

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Life experiences have taught us through trial and error, so then you can certainly be at peace knowing not everyone knows what to do as we age or when we are no longer able to care for ourselves. There are a lot of resources out there, but it is not a one size fit all…

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My name is Judine Lynch, and I have been providing care and staffing since 1987. Each month I write an article about in-home care for Senior Advisement.com and have posted in  Gwinnett Citizen  I provide information on home care and resources available to people of all ages with constraints and the frail older population. I…

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have you ever visited mom or dad and noticed that they are not the same as they use to? You’re not alone! Hiring “Great Help” has helped so many of our customers and lots of other families to remain in their home even during constraints and receive care. As soon as you identify that your…

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He could no longer care for himself! He was losing his ability to care for himself. He tried to hide it, but his wife caught it. “His wife thought it was painful to watch the strong independent man she married 50 years ago,” she told her kids it was hard to see their dad struggle…

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Hiring is a skill, it takes an investigative mind to dig deep in an interview, but it takes time and patience to screen and scrutinize documents to prove competency. It can get technical where after one has finish screening a possible caregiver/CNA and their work ethics is not what you expected and you are back…

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Certified Home Care of Georgia’s mission is to distribute love and compassion while dispensing care into each client home that we serve. Certified Home Care Of Georgia has made a dedication in providing exceptional in-home care for seniors, people with constraints and your loved ones to help them maintain the highest possible level of independence…

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1. Use the first level of the house. As the aging population face retirement and health issues, we should pay attention to see if mom and dad can still manage the stairs. If not, relocate mom, dad or both to the first level of the house that is on to avoid the stairs and falls.…

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