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When You Need Personal Care, Home Care Is The Best

Home care is the best

I know you have probably heard millions of articles that claim to have the best solution to your problem. I can promise you this isn’t another one of those articles.

This article speaks the truth. In today’s society, where loneliness is a big problem and people prefer the comforts of their home, personal care is essential to live a healthy life.

Personal Care is Personalized

Personal care is personalized. Additionally, home care agencies in the United States are required to provide their patients with quality services. Regulations protect civilians, but at the same time, ensure that they are given the best treatment.

There is a reason why hospitals refer their patients to home care agencies.

It’s because there is nothing else like personal care out there! Nursing homes may be a temporary solution. However, most of our parents and grandparents prefer to stay at home. It is a comfort to know your surroundings too. Psychologically, it is a benefit to them.

Home Care is Affordable

Yup! Home care is affordable too. As most insurances cover home care, good home care agencies provide affordable private pay services too. The competition in the industry gives patients the power to choose. The more competition an industry has the better it is for the consumer.

Home Health Aides are Excellent Caregivers

Home health aides are excellent caregivers. Firstly, home attendants are trained and certified. They can take the anxiety away from families concerned about their loved one receiving the proper care. Secondly, home health aides report to a nurse.

In most states, nurses must make home visits every 90-days to check on the patient. Nurses are on-call too. This means that families can have a peace of mind about their loved one’s safety and well-being throughout the day. It is for the benefit of the family that they don’t worry!

Finally, most home health aides are genuinely compassionate. They love giving care.

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$0 To Receive Professional Advice

It is $0 to receive professional advice. We have helped families since 2009 find the right home care services for their needs. Our consultations are free and with no commitment. You have nothing to lose. We provide 24/7 care, accept most insurances, and we have an affordable care plan to fit your family’s. You cannot go wrong.

For your convenience, contact us today at 888-288-8826 or visit us at https://eshcs.com/schedule-a-free-home-care-consultation/ to schedule a free consultation.

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Alzheimer’s Disease: The Slow Killer


People are living longer nowadays than ever before. That means that people are able to experience more of life and spend more time with family. However, with old age comes to some drawbacks. Pain, medical problems and lack of energy just to name a few. Unfortunately, the worst thing may not be something you can see or feel.

What is Alzheimer’s?


 Alzheimer’s is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory. An early symptom is a difficulty remembering new information. More severe symptoms include disorientation, confusion, and behavior changes.  Many people don’t even realize that they have it, that’s why it’s vitally important that the family members recognize that signs and seek early treatment.

Alzheimer’s is not a normal part of aging. The greatest known risk factor is increasing age but it can start as early as 65. Alzheimer’s worsens over time. Late stage individuals lose the ability to carry on a conversation. Alzheimer’s is actually the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. Currently, Alzheimer’s has no known cure. Treatment is available for symptoms. Researchers are looking into stem cell research for possible treatment. 

What causes it?

The main thing to look at is the neurons in the brain. These nerve cells connect with each other to form communications. Some are involved in thinking and learning and others work with the senses. Their main responsibilities are to store and communicate information. Scientists aren’t sure where the problem really starts but they believe the disease prevents parts of the cells main systems from working. Just like a factory, any problem in one area affects the whole operation.  


If the damage spreads the cells will eventually lose their ability to do their job. The brain cells will eventually die, causing irreversible damage to the brain. There is a theory that plaques and tangles, protein fibers, block communication among nerve cells. These fibers are normal but they seem to develop more for people with Alzheimer’s      

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We Thank You – Memorial Day Weekend

We want to wish everyone a happy, safe, and memorable Memorial Day Weekend. This post is to demonstrate our sincerest gratitude for those who served and died protecting our freedoms. Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States where we honor brave men and women for their service.

As our unwavering token of our gratitude, please take a moment to remember our fallen loved ones. You can use this time to reflect, spend time with family, and truly enjoy the wonders that our liberties provide us.

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Why Do I Need a Home Health Aide?

Now that we understand the differences between a Home Health Aide and Home Care Aide, we need to ask why do we even need one? Most people have the mindset that it would just be easier for them to take care of their loved ones themselves. 

This actually quite the opposite. Having an aide to assist with a loved one’s medical conditions and daily living is proven to have better health results than just a family member helping out. There are many benefits in having someone to help your family members in ways you can not.

What is it like?

Having a home health aide is almost like having a personal nurse that may help out around the house every once and awhile. They are recognized skilled physicians that provide friendship and medical assistance.

Home health aides help those who are struggling to do it all on their own. It is not an easy task to take care of a sick loved one and continue to work, take care of children, and maintain a healthy social life. When your job requires you to travel Home health aides can take over and be the caregiver needed at the time.

Can I Trust Them?

Home health aides are there to maintain safety and comfortability within patients home. This means that they will do everything in their power to make sure the patient and family feel comfortable and independent while helping maintain the patient’s health.

Depending on the hours agreed upon, your loved one could have up to 24/hrs or less of constant companionship. There are home health aides that live with their patients while others who come in during the times that the patient would be alone.

Home health aides also cost less than your average nursing care facility. This cost-effective solution also guarantees that your loved one will get one-on-one attention and care that is needed.

Instead of stressing hire a home health aide. They will be there when you can’t and will ensure that your loved one is on the right path to a healthier and better tomorrow.