Serving Dallas, Plano, Frisco, Richardson, Addison and Park Cities

972-233-6636 info@hhdallas.com

Apply for Employment

Author Archives: homehelpers

Home Helpers

Caring for Senior Parents When Your Siblings Disagree

One of the most stressful situations you will ever face is making critical decisions for someone you love. It is very natural to feel strongly about your opinion and feel angry or threatened when others disagree. This stress can easily be compounded...

Read More ›
Home Helpers

How Sandwich Generation Caregivers Can Relieve Stress

It’s stressful enough being a caregiver for an aging parent, but when you are also in the “sandwich generation,” things can be even harder. The sandwich generation refers to adults caring for senior parents as well as children young enough to...

Read More ›
Home Helpers

How to Prepare Moving Aging Parents into Your Home

It can be a tough decision to move an aging parent into your home, but once the decision is made, there are some things you can do to make the process as easy as possible. Here are some tips to help you plan for the big move. Assess the Way They...

Read More ›
Home Helpers

Making A Caregiver Feel Comfortable In Your Home

It’s always a little awkward to have a caregiver come into your home full-time, and it takes some adjusting for everyone to have a successful outcome. Let’s look at some helpful tips for making a new caregiver feel comfortable and valuable in...

Read More ›
Home Helpers

Why In-Home Care Is Better than Nursing Homes

As your parents grow older, it’s natural for you to worry about how they will get along from day to day. This is especially true as they become feebler and more forgetful, as they’re more vulnerable to accidents and injuries. It becomes more...

Read More ›
Home Helpers

Exercises to Keep Your Mind Active and Memory Sharp

It can be difficult at times to determine the difference between normal memory lapses as we age, and a more serious cognitive decline such as Alzheimer’s or dementia. If you notice your elderly loved one forgetting names, dates, or appointments on...

Read More ›