Families of Seniors in San Diego County Can Learn From Hospital Fire in India

A few weeks ago, families of Seniors in San Diego County were following a story as it unfolded halfway around the world. That Friday morning, a terrible tragedy struck a hospital in the Indian city of Calcutta, resulting in the loss of the lives of many patients. A fire that started in the basement of […]

Too Good to Be True

In-home Caregiver in San Marcos: Take Scams Seriously It is easy for us to laugh at scams that promise us thousands of dollars if we simply hand over some personal information or make a small investment. But for seniors, scams are no laughing matter. The combination of financial pressure, decreasing mental sharpness, and an unfamiliarity […]

Worry-Free In-Home Elder Care with a Medical Alert Device

After age 65, the chance your loved one will suffer a slip-and-fall accident rises dramatically. While there are steps you can take to reduce the risk that accidents will happen, it’s a good idea to have a back-up plan as well. The combination of in-home elder care and a quality medical alert device for those […]

Caregivers near Carlsbad Get a Fire Safety Reminder

House Fire Reminds Caregivers near Carlsbad to Be Alert Safety for their loved ones in the event of a sudden disaster is one of the main reasons that many people choose to hire professional caregivers. Near Carlsbad, there are numerous reminders each year of just what could happen, and a senior living alone is particularly […]

Disaster Preparedness: In Home Care For The Elderly In Scripps Ranch

It’s very important for agencies providing in home care for the elderly in  Scripps Ranch to be prepared for anything that might happen. The most common surprises are accidents like falls or sudden medical needs on the part of a client, but that’s certainly not the only type of adverse situation that can come up. […]

Emergency Preparedness for Seniors in San Diego County

Disaster Preparedness Resources For Seniors We just experienced a real “it can’t happen here” event in San Diego County, with power interrupted for all citizens in the county for 12 hours or more.  It was startling, scary and upsetting for many people, especially the elderly living alone here and their families who live far away. […]