The Benefits of In-Home Care for Dementia Patients

Family caregivers are now better able to take advantage of services offered by home care companies. I certainly took advantage of these services throughout my time caring for multiple seniors, including my parents and an elderly neighbor. The…

How to Determine the Impact of Caregiving

Are you prepared to take on the responsibility of caring for a family member? Will you be able to handle the commitment of moving your parent(s) in with you? How will you know when caregiving has become too much to handle? Will caregiving…

2020 Small Business Excellence Award - Thank You Lompoc!

We're humbled to be receiving the Small Business Excellence Award from the Lompoc Chamber of Commerce for 2020! In accepting the award for Small Business Excellence on behalf of Superior Home Health, Hospice, & Senior Services. Pablo…

In-Home Clinicians Can Support Seniors Outside the Home, Too

Most people assume that the duties of a professional clinician hired through a home care company are limited to assisting clients inside their homes with tasks like bathing and grooming, reminding them to take their medications, preparing…

In-Home Care Eases Hospital-to-Home Transitions for Seniors

Hospital stays, whether short term or long term, can cause stress and anxiety for seniors and family caregivers alike. While the entire family is eager for a loved one to return home, recover and resume their normal routines, many do not…

Short-Term Home Care vs. Long-Term Home Care

Whether Dad just needs help around the house for a few weeks after he’s discharged from the hospital or Mom requires around-the-clock dementia care, in-home care can meet these needs and everything in between. Best of all, home care enables…

4 Caregiving Essentials

Working in the home care profession enables you to see certain elements of an elder's life that may fly under the radars of their doctor, their friends and even their closest family members. The people caring for your loved one, home…

How Do People Get Mesothelioma?

Mesothelioma is a rare cancer that develops after being exposed to a toxic substance called asbestos. Many people were unknowingly exposed to asbestos for the majority of the 20th century. It usually takes between 20 and 50 years for mesothelioma…

A Recommended Reading List for Caregivers

Caregivers often feel that there aren’t enough resources available on how to provide quality care while balancing work, relationships and self-care. The truth is that there are a few excellent books out there, it just comes down to weeding…

10 Common Family Caregiver Confessions

Each day, we face new challenges and try, once again, to solve those that keep recurring. Caring for a loved one is trying work, and not every caregiver is able to keep a level head at all times. Moments of sadness, frustration and anger…