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What is Caregiving?

As we navigate through the ups and downs of life, circumstances including aging parents, and illnesses or disability in the family may befall us. In such a scenario, the family member who devotes themselves in taking care of their elders or a health-challenged loved one with daily tasks, is the Caregiver.

Some of these tasks include but are not limited to:

Caring for a loved one can be a rewarding experience, but intense or long-term care can often have a negative impact on the caregiver’s health and well-being. This is especially difficult if you are a first-time family caregiver. Some common examples are lack of sleep and physical exercise, social isolation, financial stress, burnout and in some cases depression.

Below are some important tips for family caregiver’s to keep in mind for self-care and stress management:

In the case of an elderly loved one, if you are unsure about them needing help, use the basic checklist below as a guideline to help you decide. Look out for signs such as:

Home is still the most preferred place for our elders, surrounded by family and their own traditions. If you find that your loved one could use additional support with their care and daily activities, you can look into home care options from trusted providers. Choosing a quality home healthcare provider can be confusing and time-consuming. We are pleased to provide you with an overview of questions and checklist that will assist you in this important decision.

General Questions

Questions that Bayshore Home Health can answer with a “Yes”