Elderly

If you’re looking for someone who can help your loved one to maintain their independence, live a fgood life, and give you the peace of mind that your cherished one is taken care of, 1st Meridian Care Services is available to help! 

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Creating and applying a qualified family caregiving plan should include the support and input of your precious one, members of the family, buddies and elder care professionals. The whole team should be involved with putting this plan set up. All members of the staff don't necessarily have to be present for the first meeting, but having an elder care specialist participate might help to convince a resistant cherished one which it's time to address their present and future needs.

Members of the care staff might include:

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We at 1st Meridian Care Services are actively taking steps to ensure the safety of our clients, our employees, and their families. We have instituted protocols to help protect each individual. We are prepared and monitoring the coronavirus, COVID-19, to ensure that we have the most accurate and latest information on the threat of the virus.  As you know, this situation continues to develop rapidly as new cases are identified in our communities and our protocols will be adjusted as needed.

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Aging is a natural part of life; it’s also natural for seniors to need help and support with everyday lives. Unfortunately, many elderly people refuse to acknowledge that they may need a little extra help. Whether it’s needing assistance with personal care, such as bathing, needing help with transportation or even medication reminders; it is common for elderly adults to avoid asking for help. Encouraging elderly adults to get outside help is actually one of the most common and difficult challenges that adult children face.

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Natural and man-made disasters are an inevitable part of life. The United States population consists of about 47 million seniors, which means that approximately 14.5 % of Americans are aged 65 and older. Unfortunately, when it comes to disasters, seniors are often the most affected given their physical condition and situation. Although there are limitations among the senior population, with proper planning seniors can increase their chance of survival.

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With their independence and strength fading away, many elderly fathers and grandfathers feel lost and possibly out of place. Father’s Day is the perfect opportunity to honor and celebrate them, but many people struggle with how to celebrate this special day. Whether you dad is living at home or in an assisted living facility, here are a few fun ideas for Father’s Day activities as well as some tips on how to prepare for your activities.

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Traveling is an enriching experience for anyone at any age, and taking a vacation with your elderly parents is a great way for all of you to make some wonderful memories together. However, traveling with seniors also comes with some unique challenges. Take a look at some tips that can help ensure a smooth trip with an elderly parent.

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The holidays can be a fun and joyful time for many and is a time to get together with family and friends, but that is not always the case with elderly people. Sometimes during the holidays you can see a change in the elderly such as a change in their mood, signs of fatigue, and even less interest in the holiday season. Sadly approximately six million people over 65 are depressed (AMRI, 2016).

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