By Home Care Assistance, 5:06 pm on July 31, 2019
Home Care Assistance of Calgary Receives Distinguished 2019 Best of In Home Care Award Home Care Assistance of Calgary is recognized as one of the top home care agencies based on online reviews Calgary, AB – February 5, 2019 Home Care Assistance of Calgary, the area’s leading agency for in-home…
By Home Care Assistance, 1:14 pm on July 29, 2019
What is Home Care? The goal of home care is creating an environment where you are able to live safely and independently at home for as long as possible. Throughout this blog, we mention home care and how professional caregivers can help maintain your loved one’s independence and enhance his…
By Home Care Assistance, 11:33 am on July 3, 2019
At Home Care Assistance Calgary, Alberta, we focus our home care visits on cognitive stimulation. We do this because it’s part of our Balanced Care Method and we feel that active seniors are happier and healthier as they age. Some blogs have considered the impact of various activities and behaviors…
By Home Care Assistance, 10:50 pm on June 29, 2019
Personal care and hygiene consist of the routine your loved one follows to look and feel his or her best. In home care, the most common types of personal care include: Getting up and getting dressed in the morning and getting ready for bed at night Brushing teeth (2-3 times…
By greg T, 8:12 pm on June 27, 2019
 (Calgary, Alberta – June 25, 2019) Home Care Assistance Calgary, the leading provider of in-home senior care, is proud to announce that it has entered into a new partnership with Dignity Memorial®, North America’s largest network of funeral, cemetery and cremation services. This partnership will enable Home Care Assistance Calgary…
By Home Care Assistance, 3:37 pm on June 14, 2019
At Home Care Assistance Calgary, Alberta, we follow what the doctor orders! Doctors recommend that healthy adults should engage in at least 30 minutes per day of moderate to intense physical activity. Although seniors typically have physical deficits, they too should remain as active as physically possible. That’s because muscles…
By Home Care Assistance, 11:26 am on February 7, 2019
  Dementia and Alzheimer’s, as is commonly known, affects mostly the elderly over the age of 65. As life expectancy in the developed nations has increased in the recent few decades due to the advancement in the healthcare industry and availability of newer and better treatment options, dementia is a…
By Home Care Assistance, 3:11 pm on September 7, 2018
Dementia affects nearly 47 million people worldwide, more than half of whom are from low- and middle-income countries. There are nearly 9.9 million new cases reported each year. These figures are not expected to decrease anytime soon since experts estimate that the number of individuals affected by dementia in 2030…
By Home Care Assistance, 12:25 pm on August 1, 2018
The benefits of exercise and staying active are largely known and scientifically proven. However, people tend to shy away from working out as they get older, although interestingly enough, seniors can benefit from working out as much as younger people, if not more. Indeed, exercise can benefit seniors in many…
By Home Care Assistance, 2:47 pm on July 4, 2018
Nowadays, people seem obsessed with the idea of never growing old. Our culture is so into delaying and fighting the process of aging that we tend to forget that it is a beautiful thing. Indeed, growing older is a chance that not everyone gets in life, therefore we must cease…
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