Blog Posts in May, 2018

Should You Be the Primary Caregiver for Your Aging Loved One?

There is much more to being a primary caregiver than being willing or feeling that you ought to do so. If your aging parent or loved one has declined to the point of needing in-home assistance, you ...

How to Care for Multiple Parents with Dementia

Family dynamics tend to change as parents age. Children become caretakers and parents become dependents. When one parent experiences age-related decline or develops an illness, this transition can be ...

How to Help Parents Who Can No Longer Cook or Clean

Need help taking care of aging parents? We’ve got you covered. Call (877) 959-9093 today for in-home care in Texas. At Home Support is committed to being there for you when you need help. We ...

How to Care for a Parent After Their Spouse Dies

Caring for a parent whose spouse has died may leave you feeling heartbroken and unsure what to do. Willingness to help is meaningful and necessary, but it is equally important to be tactful and make ...

Pam Schaefer Attendant of the Month April 2018

What I enjoy most about my job is the one on one care and getting to know my clients, they're like family to me. I like to make sure their needs are met daily. I've been in healthcare for about 7 ...