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THE HELP Private Care Services, Inc. is locally owned and operated by Sherry Shell Barnes, a Registered Nurse with 20 years of experience working with geriatric patients.

 

What To Expect From Senior Errand Assistance In Hood County
What To Expect From Senior Errand Assistance In Hood County

Trying to find a quality senior care for a loved one can be quite tough in general. If you happen to be looking for senior errand assistance in Hood County, well, now you’ve got some serious work ahead of you. Granted, Hood County is roughly part of the Dallas/Fort...

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5 Common Questions About Alzheimers Home Care In Granbury
5 Common Questions About Alzheimers Home Care In Granbury

Anytime a family needs to start considering Alzheimer’s home care, in Granbury or elsewhere for that matter, it could mean any number of things: the disease has started presenting itself more than before, necessitating more hands-on care the family has decided to take...

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5 Reasons You Might Need Senior Grocery Help in Granbury
5 Reasons You Might Need Senior Grocery Help in Granbury

As we get older, it gets tougher to do the things we’ve become so used to doing over the years. Even going to the grocery store can be overwhelming, which is where senior grocery help in Granbury can be just the ticket. Think about what a trip to get groceries usually...

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What To Expect From Senior Errand Help in Granbury
What To Expect From Senior Errand Help in Granbury

If you’ve ever spent time with an elderly loved one, you’ll know how much of your time can be spent helping with things around the house they couldn’t get to as easily. You jump into action, handling things both large & small, making sure to let your relative know...

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When Is The Right Time To Look For Assisted Living?
When Is The Right Time To Look For Assisted Living?

Finding the right elderly care at home is very important. If your parents need assistance doing their daily tasks or it just feels the right time to find someone to provide senior care, then you should totally do that. However, if you don’t feel sure that this is the...

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Protect the Elderly During COVID-19
Protect the Elderly During COVID-19

The elderly are more at risk for complicated secondary illnesses due to the coronavirus. Those who have pre-existing conditions, especially those who have immunocompromised illnesses, are the most vulnerable. Most of the elderly community live at home and are cared...

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5 Home Care Advantages
5 Home Care Advantages

Without knowing all the options, electing the right care service for your loved one can be an overwhelming experience for you and your family. You want what is best for them, their health, and comfort. It is important to gather all the facts about your options to make...

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Know the Early Signs of Alzheimer’s
Know the Early Signs of Alzheimer’s

The Alzheimer’s Association states that once the symptoms of Alzheimer’s have become noticeable, the average person will only live for 8 years depending on their current health status and age. Early detection with Alzheimer’s is key to prolonging your loved one’s...

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Activities for the Elderly
Activities for the Elderly

It is important at any age to engage in activities that stimulate the brain, but it is especially important for senior citizens. Stimulation of the brain keeps the mind sharp and can prolong some of the side effects of Alzheimer’s. The Alzheimer’s Association...

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Reminding Family to Take Care of Themselves, Too.
Reminding Family to Take Care of Themselves, Too.

A balanced and healthy life for both the elderly loved one and the family caregivers is important. Knowing when to look for help and recognizing self care, along with other care, can make the journey easier for the entire family. Consider professional guidance. Never...

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When Is The Right Time To Look For Assisted Living?
Staying Safe at Home as a Senior

We are a licensed Personal Assistance Service that provides individualized service plans in collaboration with the patient and their family. We specialize in Alzheimer’s care and offer services such as consistent daily care, behavior monitoring, reliable communication...

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Caring for a Loved One With Special Needs
Caring for a Loved One With Special Needs

Mental disabilities affect a person’s independence tremendously. They may require assistance with cooking, transportation, and the development of social skills. The two most common intellectual or developmental disabilities are Down Syndrome and Autism, but traumatic...

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