How to Understand and Handle Resistance to Care

As your loved one ages, there are many challenges and emotions they may be facing. Not only do many seniors feel as though they are losing their sense of independence, but the place they call home may also be changing which can make this period in their lives all the more difficult. It’s not uncommon, when faced with the discussion … Read More

Caring for a Loved One with Dementia

Anyone who has ever witnessed someone who suffers from a form of dementia understands why there is such a dire need for extremely thoughtful care. From memory loss and trouble communicating to decreased motor ability, mood swings, and depression, dementia can be incredibly challenging for both the sufferer as well as the person or people who provide care. While your … Read More

The Importance of Spending Time with Your Elderly Loved One

As you and your parents age, you will likely find that the roles of caregiver and care receiver start to flip. Your parents cared for you when you were a small child until you were able to handle life on your own. But as your parents age, they will likely need more assistance and care and thus, your roles will … Read More

How to Support Your Aging Loved One

As we age, feelings of isolation and loneliness can become prevalent for many of us. There are many factors that contribute to these feelings, and if left ignored can develop into depression, stress, or anxiety. With so many changes happening in your loved one’s life, from the loss of people they were close to, to simply coming to the realization … Read More

How to Cope with a Family Member Who Has Alzheimer’s Disease

No one is ever prepared to receive the news that their loved one has Alzheimer’s. When a loved one is diagnosed, every family member feels the effects. Though you won’t be dealing with the symptoms directly, you may endure sadness or other emotions as a result of watching someone close to you lose their identity and a lifetime of memories. … Read More

Healthcare Meets Companion Care

Albuquerque Senior In-Home Caregiver Helping Out of Bed

Living a fulfilling life and growing older is a beautiful thing, but it can also come with added risks. Age makes us more susceptible to injury and illness, and when a loved one gets hurt or sick, it can be a devastating and alarming wake up call for the family. Being there for your senior can ease your stress, knowing … Read More

What You Can Expect from In-Home Care

Albuquerque In-Home Senior Caregiver Helping Knit

When it comes time for you to start thinking about your loved one’s care, it can be a very challenging decision. It’s often hard to know what option is best for their overall needs and well being. Many questions arise such as: Should I put my loved one in a nursing home? Or, would a long term retirement facility fit … Read More

How In-Home Caregiving Can Help Your Loved One

As we age, losing our sense of freedom and independence is a difficult thing to go through. For so long, your loved one had others rely on them, and the transition of them now needing the help of others can be challenging to face. Many seniors reach a point where daily activities are too daunting to do alone, and their … Read More

Promoting Happiness Through Interactive Care

Seniors are a delight to be around! They shower you with love, and above all else, they share with you their immense wisdom. However, as someone ages, daily activities can become more difficult and the risk of falling or other dangerous accidents become increasingly higher. This sense of independence loss can pose many challenges to your loved one. For some … Read More

Why Choose Comfort Keepers® End of Life Home Care Assistance?

When your loved one is facing the final days of their lives, many family caregivers can become overwhelmed. Not only do many family caregivers deal with their grief and feelings of “how can I ease their discomfort”, but they must also handle the many tasks required to allow their loved one to pass comfortably, in addition to informing family and … Read More