Benefits Of Stair Lift Chairs For CHF Patients

Posted on: 6 January 2023

If you have early-stage congestive heart failure (CHF), you may not have any symptoms or activity limitations. If your CHF progresses, however, your self-care needs may change, necessitating home health care or mobility aids such as stair lifts to help you move around your home as comfortably and safely as possible. Here are some benefits a stair lift chair can provide if you have symptomatic congestive heart failure.  Reduces Risk For Exercise Induced Breathing Problems
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What You Can Expect From Your Occupational Therapist

Posted on: 31 October 2022

If you have been hospitalized and discharged with home health services, you may receive many services over the next few weeks or months. A physical therapist (PT) may offer some assistance to help you regain your mobility and improve your overall health. An occupational therapist (OT) offers other aid. Many people confuse the therapies provided by PT and OT since they are both focused on improving your health. But their specialties are very different.
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Considering A Nursing Home For Your Parent? Why In-Home Care May Be A Better Option

Posted on: 17 August 2022

If you are considering a nursing home for an aging parent, you may want to consider in-home care instead. Being able to stay in their own environment will be much better for your parent in most cases and can even help prevent depression. Below are some reasons why you should consider this for your parent so you can decide. Release From Hospital Faster If your parent is in the hospital for any reason, they may be released faster if they have in-home care available for them.
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What's The Difference Between Personal Care And Home Health Care?

Posted on: 23 May 2022

If you're looking into in-home care for an aging parent or parents, you've probably come across a lot of unfamiliar terminology. The home care industry is extensive and includes many professionals who perform a variety of roles for their clients. Understanding how these roles differ and which ones might be appropriate for your situation can help you choose the best care option for your loved ones. While in-home care specialists may go by many names or titles, most broadly fall into the categories of personal care and home health care.
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