Extended Family Care extends our sincerest thank you to our referral network who trusts us, our clients who have chosen us and most importantly, our employees who have made us the successful company we are today. Thank you all and we hope you have a healthy and prosperous 2019.
If you or a loved one are considering Homecare Services near Lancaster City PA, contact the caring staff at Extended Family Care of Lancaster. Call today at (717) 205-2174.
The new year is a fresh start and an opportunity to come up with new goals and ways you want to improve your life for the year to come. As a family caregiver, this is a fantastic chance for you to evaluate the care you give your parent and a life you lead as a family caregiver, and decide what you can do to make the coming year even better.
While there are many ways you can work toward improving the care ...
“I am writing about Anna, the nurse who supervises my care. It is a pleasure that I commend your organization for hiring such quality professionals as she. I find her to be compassionate, organized and thorough. She demonstrates attention to detail, is always kind, and completes her interviews without giving any impression of her being in a hurry.
After a professional career as a Physician Assistant, I am sensitive to good practice principles. Anna exhibits a strong knowledge base, as well as, ...
Pets are a valuable part of many families, and if you are a family caregiver for an elderly adult who shares their life with a furry companion, it is important to keep them in mind when preparing for the holiday season. This pet can make celebrating the holidays even more fun and enjoyable for your parents, but there are many dangers that can put the pet at risk. Being aware of these dangers allows you to make changes and preparations that ...
If you or an aging loved one are considering Home Care Services near Lancaster City PA, contact the caring staff at Extended Family Care of Lancaster. Call today at (717) 205-2174.
If your baby has just been released from the NICU, you know how overwhelming that can be for you and for the rest of your family. You might need different types of help, but where can you find it?
Your Own Doctor
Your own doctor, whether that's your primary care physician or your OB/GYN, can help you to find resources in your area that can help you as a parent of a NICU baby. If you're concerned that you're experiencing depression as well ...
Laundry tasks are routine for most adults, but for seniors who are struggling with physical limitations, it can seem almost impossible. Physical tasks like gathering clothing or putting it away, carrying laundry baskets, walking to the basement or laundry room, stooping and bending—all these actions may simply be beyond an elderly person’s ability. Even changing the linens on a bed can be too difficult.
Ignoring the laundry can lead health and hygiene issues, and affect an elderly person’s self-esteem and well-being. Some ...
Frank, age 78, used to be the life of every family gathering, telling jokes and taking care of everyone. However, his children noticed that he hardly seemed to smile anymore and acted irritated whenever people came to visit. Frank no longer took an interest in activities he used to enjoy, such as watching football on TV and spending time at the library. His family grew worried about him and wondered if he was battling depression.
Depression in elderly adults is more than ...
When you're a parent, especially to special needs children, you may feel as if you never have time to simply enjoy being with your family members. Having a plan for making the most of the time and the energy that you do have is paramount.
Establish a Family Night
Family night is a great time to consolidate some quality time. This is really helpful during the week when everyone has taken off in different directions and finally has some time at home. Family ...
The approximately one million people throughout the United States who are currently living with Parkinson's disease all have their own journey and experience with the disease. The symptoms and challenges your parent faces, and the rate at which they progress through the stages of the disease, are all very personal to them.
There are some challenges, however that are common among a large percentage of people dealing with the disease, and one set of these is sleep challenges. In fact, experts estimate ...