Aware Senior Care Blog

Four Tips to Help You Find Your “Thrive Tribe”: Senior Spotlight in Wake Living Magazine
Four Tips to Help You Find Your “Thrive Tribe”: Senior Spotlight in Wake Living Magazine

The Thrive Tribe is a group of people involved in the regular care of your loved one who can help you provide the best care possible. In our new “Senior Spotlight” column with Wake Living, we’ve outlined four great ways to help you find your family’s Thrive Tribe.

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Cluster Care: A Care Solution for Independent Living
Cluster Care: A Care Solution for Independent Living

Cluster care is a senior living concept that provides personal and companion care services to seniors in independent living communities.

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A Holistic Approach to Providing Home Care Services
A Holistic Approach to Providing Home Care Services

Gina Murray discusses the holistic approach of Aware Senior Care to providing home care services for the elderly in need.

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Health and Home Services or Home Care: How are they different?
Health and Home Services or Home Care: How are they different?

Health and home services? Home care? The excitement of going home is immediately replaced with the anxiety of what kind of care will be needed at home. What kind of care is available and what are the differences between them?

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Best Practices and Tips for a Caregiver Daily Schedule that Works for Everybody
Best Practices and Tips for a Caregiver Daily Schedule that Works for Everybody

The Staff Coordinator of Aware Senior Care, Sarah Beargie, provides the best practices and tips for creating a caregiver daily schedule to maximize their effectiveness.

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Community Care: Helping Maintain Independence for Seniors
Community Care: Helping Maintain Independence for Seniors

What if a loved one needs a little help and you're not able to provide it due to proximity or not wanting to assume the role of caregiver? Community care could be an excellent option for your loved one.

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Five Steps to Aging in Place Successfully
Five Steps to Aging in Place Successfully

For some, a good life means staying in their own homes well into old age and forgoing retirement communities. Guest blogger Kim Shea discusses what's necessary to make such a plan successful.

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Tips to Provide Better In-Home Care
Tips to Provide Better In-Home Care

If you’ve chosen in-home care for an elderly member of your family, allowing them to age in place, then you already know that in-home care has many advantages. At the same time, the ageing of a loved one, and the provision of care it involves can be quite stressful. With a little knowledge and planning, some of this stress can be relieved.

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