Compassionate Home Care for Seniors in Kingston!
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Home Care Testimonials in Kingston
Josie has bent over backwards to send Caregivers that are a good match with my father and mother who are 100 and 99 years old respectively. She ensures that they have the necessary qualifications and she sends the most lovely people! She has also ensured that my parents receive consistent Caregivers who come so there aren't too many changes for my parents.
Josie also visits regularly to check in on my parents and ensure the Caregivers are providing the right care. She has also been brilliant at finding people to cover shifts with very little notice and has worked the shift herself if no one was available - I consider this "going the extra mile"!
Finding people to come into my parents home to help with meals, housekeeping, personal care and home support was always a daunting responsibility for me - our elderly population is so vulnerable and ultimately, their protection and welfare are the number one concern. Knowing that Josie and her staff are "on board" with us has provided more than significant relief about this and we are very, very grateful. If any future client would like to speak with me, just ask Josie for my information!
Thank you Josie and the Retire-At-Home Team!
Our Latest Blogs on Home Care for Seniors:
The practice of Tactile Stimulation is something that can help seniors with Dementia to connect to their sense of touch and, therefore, to elements of the world around them in a way that can be helpful psychologically, emotionally, and cognitively.
Swimming is an incredible form of exercise that many seniors enjoy year-round. Whether it be indoor swim sessions, water-aerobics classes, or outdoor fun in the sun, swimming is an accessible way for seniors to get their bodies moving and keep active.
With the many physical changes that come with growing older, many seniors begin to find it more challenging to engage in all the same forms of exercise or activity that they may have enjoyed when they were younger, but water exercise remains manageable and enjoyable for many seniors, even as they adapt to their changing bodies.
Celiac disease is something that has gained a great deal more attention over recent years, with the gluten-free diet becoming more common now than it ever has been before. While most of the attention and literature surrounding Celiac Disease is centered around children and young adults, seniors facing the symptoms of the disease, whether diagnosed or undiagnosed, can encounter various harmful health concerns. For this reason, developing an understanding of Celiac disease, its symptoms, and how to address associated concerns is important for seniors and their caregivers.