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Home Instead Senior Care of Houston
11201 Richmond Ave # 110, Houston, TX 77082-2670, USA
(832) 379-4700
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Alzheimer’s Disease is one of the highest growth diseases in older adults, and vascular dementia is the second most common form of dementia. http://houston.myhomecareblog.com/VascularDementia
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Texas is officially in tornado season and severe spring weather can mean temporary or long-term power outages for Houston residents. Here are some tips that you can use to make sure you’re prepared. http://houston.myhomecareblog.com/PowerOutage
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Have you taken a close look at your aging parents' home? Do long-forgotten chores tend to pile up and become even more difficult to manage for your loved one? If your older parent's home could use a good corner-to-corner cleaning, here are five steps to get it done. http://ow.ly/v7I7K
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Strong bone health is an important part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle for all generations. http://houston.myhomecareblog.com/BoneHealth
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Family caregivers know that personal hygiene can be a sensitive subject among aging parents and other older adults, but assisting with daily habits can help. http://houston.myhomecareblog.com/Hygiene
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April 16th is National Healthcare Decisions Day and this is an ideal time to review personal wishes and participate in advance care planning about healthcare and financial decisions. http://houston.myhomecareblog.com/Healthcare
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A sunny afternoon spent digging in the warm soil and anticipating the bright blooms or tasty vegetables is an excellent opportunity to encourage activity and exercise for aging parents. http://houston.myhomecareblog.com/Gardening
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Some get frustrated at not being heard; that is very understandable, but it pays to remember that the listener is likely as frustrated. http://houston.myhomecareblog.com/CommunicationTips
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We think it’s great that an entire town is focused on becoming a dementia-friendly community! What are your thoughts? http://houston.myhomecareblog.com/DementiaFriendly
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Home Instead Senior Care of Houston, TX helps seniors stay in their homes and gives needed respite to family caregivers.  Whether you need a few hours a week of help around the home, with errands, etc. or a you need 24 hour a day help for a loved one dealing with Alzheimer's Disease, we can help!

 

Whether you are looking for 24 hr. in home care, or adult care for only one day, we can be the support you need as you lovingly care for aging parents and grandparents.

 

Because we understand the struggles of a caregiver, we specialize in Alzheimer's Care Companionship, Innovative Senior Care for sufferers of Lewy Body Disease and Dementia Monitoring. 

 

If your elderly parents are in a nursing home or assisted living facility, or even in a rehabilitation facility or hospital, we can provide special care to help them feel more comfortable, even being your "eyes and ears" when you are unable to be there.

 

Please call us today for a free consultation or just to talk. If you prefer a more anonymous way to get answers or support, please visit the Caregiver Forum on our Blog. We'd love to hear from you!

Hours
Sunday12:00 am–12:00 am
Monday12:00 am–12:00 am
Tuesday12:00 am–12:00 am
Wednesday12:00 am–12:00 am
Thursday12:00 am–12:00 am
Friday12:00 am–12:00 am
Saturday12:00 am–12:00 am
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(832) 379-4700
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11201 Richmond Ave # 110, Houston, TX 77082-2670, USA
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