The Benefits of In-Home Care Services for Plano, TX Seniors

As we age, it’s only natural that we require a bit more support with day-to-day tasks. However, for seniors living in Plano, TX, the thought of leaving the comfort of their own home can be a daunting one. Thankfully, in-home care has become an increasingly popular option for those who want to maintain their independence […]

Practical Guide for Live-In Caregiving

Statistics support the idea that making caregiving decisions will be a commonplace occurrence for millions of Americans in the coming years. Factors like an aging population, increase in progressive conditions like Alzheimers or dementia, the prevalence of incidences of stroke and cancer, all point to the need for understanding how to navigate the care journey […]

Preparing Parents for In-home Care: A Guide

A Difficult Conversation   From receiving a diagnosis for a condition that requires and benefits from in-home care to actually implementing the use of a caregiver, there are many steps in between – one of the steps of that process is the sometimes difficult conversation you  might need to have with your loved one to […]

Post Stroke In-home Care – A Guide to Best Practices to Set This Up Correctly

Facts & Figures   A stroke is an event that causes a disruption of either blood flow or oxygen supply to the brain. Strokes range from mild to severe, and impact a person’s neurological, speech, and physical abilities in this range of mild to severe impact.    In 2022, the CDC predicts that 800,000 Americans […]

Lewy Body Dementia Care – Why Is Professional In Home Care So Important?

What is Lewy Body Dementia   Lewy Body Dementia is a form of progressive dementia that impacts an individual’s executive function, memory, cognition skills, spatial abilities and language. Lewy Body Dementia or LBD is unique because it is one of the most common types of dementia to afflict seniors and is also the most underdiagnosed […]

Gift Guide for Loved Ones with Alzheimers

With the holiday gift giving season in full swing, finding a gift for your loved one with Alzheimer’s or Alzheimer’s dementia can be challenging. Alzheimer’s dementia changes a person on many levels and the gifts you once purchased with ease to match a hobby or interest may no longer be the same.  These gifts are […]

Dementia In-Home Care – Live-in vs Hourly Caregiver Models

Making decisions for a family member with Dementia can be incredibly difficult. A variety of factors from identifying the stage of Dementia to logistics and affordability need to be taken into consideration. The most challenging aspect can be trying to balance your personal and professional responsibilities whilst supporting the ever-changing needs of your loved-one. This […]

How to Create a Successful Alzheimer’s in Home Care Environment

Authors: Anabelle Harris and Care Mountain Together, Annabelle and your team at Care Mountain bring to you a thoughtful, simple and effective guide to caring for your loved one with Alzheimer’s. The journey is not easy but can be effectively navigated and your team at Care Mountain is here to help you every step of […]

Live in or 24 hour care – How to ensure a smooth experience with compassionate and comprehensive care plan

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Alzheimer’s and diabetes: Planning home care for a loved one

[vc_row full_width=”stretch_row” gap=”5″ equal_height=”yes”][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_custom_heading source=”post_title” use_theme_fonts=”yes”][vc_single_image image=”1517″ img_size=”large” alignment=”center” style=”vc_box_shadow_border” css=”.vc_custom_1628891593228{margin-bottom: 5px !important;}”][vc_column_text]Caring at home for a loved one with Alzheimer’s is challenging. One needs to ensure they eat healthy, take meds on time, and quite importantly stay clear of physical injuries — all this while you navigate their behaviour changes as the disease […]