Senior Care Guides

Choosing a Home Care Agency in Lincoln

Our checklist of the most important questions to ask a potential homecare provider is meant to assist you in your evaluation process.

 
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Living at Home is the Best Way to Live

Millions of seniors use home care to remain independent as they grow older. Home Care Assistance allows seniors to live safely and comfortably where they most want to be: at home.

 
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Stroke Care and Long-Term Recovery

Regardless of the severity of your stroke, it is critical to take a proactive and informed approach to your stroke care. Learn more in our complete guide to stroke recovery!

 
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Hospital to Home Transition Guide

As the leading experts in post-hospitalization care, we developed this guide to provide an overview of the challenges and resources associated with each step in the transition from hospital to home.

 
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Palliative Care Guide: Promoting Comfort and Peace of Mind

Once loved ones reach the stage where curative treatment is no longer possible, a Home Care Assistance caregiver can help.

 
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Emergency Response File

Handling an emergency is much less stressful with all the information needed in hand.

 
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Cardiovascular Health Guide

Cardiovascular conditions such as congestive heart failure or heart attack and heart surgery weaken the entire body and require a series of lifestyle changes. Our comprehensive guide to Cardiovascular Issues outlines exactly what kinds of changes your loved one may need to make.

 
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What to Eat After Surgery

If your senior loved one is recovering from a recenty surgery, our guide provides a home care diet with foods that will help them regain strength, promote healing and speed up recovery.

 
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Longevity and Home Care Guide

At Home Care Assistance, we are committed to the wellbeing and happiness of the many clients we serve.

 
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Alzheimer’s Care and Dementia Care Guide

If you are helping a loved one cope with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, you are not alone.

 
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Social Distancing for Seniors

In a world where social distancing and shelter-inplace orders are the new norm, now, more than ever, it’s imperative that we do whatever we can to reduce isolation among the seniors we serve…and that we care about deeply.

 
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