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Author Archives: Walker Powell

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Companionship and Respite Care During the Holidays

The holidays can be particularly difficult for not only loved ones who are aging at home but also for the family members who are their caregivers. So many fun events and parties take place during the holiday season, but there can also be...

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Preparing Your Home for Aging in Place

We understand that maintaining your independence while aging in place is important to you, but as you grow older, it’s also important to remember to stay safe while in your home. This might require making modifications that will ensure you...

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Alzheimer’s Prevention: Lifestyle Choices that May Reduce the Risk

Alzheimer’s disease is not a normal part of aging. While there is no cure yet or an understanding of how Alzheimer’s develops, scientists are working hard to understand its causes and to develop effective treatments. It is becoming clearer...

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Breakthroughs in Alzheimer’s Research: Promising Advances and Future Possibilities

For the longest, there had been seemingly no hope for those with the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s, but researchers have gone on to prove that hope might actually be on the horizon. Though there is no notable cure yet, studies and research have...

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Living with Alzheimer’s: Supportive Strategies for Patients and Caregivers

Loving and caring for someone with Alzheimer’s can be difficult. Watching them slowly lose who they were can be hard to see. We’re here to offer some supportive help for both Alzheimer’s patients and caregivers that might make caregiving...

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Early Warning Signs: Recognizing Alzheimer’s Symptoms

As our parents and loved ones age, we may notice signs of memory loss on occasion, which may cause us to wonder if Alzheimer’s is something that we should worry about. So how do we tell if memory loss is just a normal part of aging or if it...

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Understanding Alzheimer’s: Exploring the Basics

Alzheimer’s. We understand that this is a very scary word, especially when the person you love is diagnosed with this disease. It’s hard to understand how it happened to your loved one, let alone what the disease itself is like. Though we...

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Veterans, We Can Help

A Caring Hand at Home believes veterans deserve to be well taken care of for their sacrifices made for our country. We also know that, sometimes, it’s hard for us to admit we need help with our day-to-day activities, and that’s where we...

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Top 10 Ways A Caring Hand Serves Tupelo, MS

Your loved ones are in good and caring hands when you hire A Caring Hand at Home. We know that it can be scary to trust someone else with the care and love that you give to your own loved ones, but rest assured, that in our hands, they are well...

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Top 5 Ways We Care for Veterans

The elderly who served in our military and fought for our freedoms deserve the best home care services we can give them! We believe that starts with hiring the best home caregivers to tend to those who can no longer take care of themselves....

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Stages of Dementia

Learning that your loved one has dementia can be devastating, and most likely, you’ve researched this terrible disease to understand precisely what you and your loved one will face. Dementia is a progressive disease, which means that it...

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Is Hourly or Live-In Care Best For Your Loved One?

As our loved ones age or are injured, they sometimes require extra assistance for their daily activities. It’s not easy for them to lose their autonomy, and being the sole caregiver for your loved one can become overwhelming. That’s when...

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How To Prevent An Escalation in Aging: Companionship

As our loved ones age, due to the loss of friends, busy family schedules, and a decrease in social interactions, they may start to feel lonely and isolated, which can escalate aging in the elderly. Feelings of isolation can lead to mental and...

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Do Veterans Qualify for Assistance?

Are you a loved one and caregiver of a veteran who needs non-medical help, and are you feeling the burden of taking care of them on your own? Or, are you a veteran who has decided that you need help at home with your day-to-day activities but...

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Early Signs of Dementia

As our loved ones age, it’s normal to worry about their mental health. Is their forgetfulness a fluke or does it point to a bigger health issue? If there’s a history of dementia in your family, of course, that’s where your mind will go....

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