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How to Keep Seniors Independent – and Safe

Your loved one is slowing down. They may have limitations from being at risk of falling to reduced visual acuity, and everything in between. The professionals at Inspire Home Care of Philadelphia PA have engaged with families who struggle to keep their seniors independent and safe. It’s not an easy task, especially since you want […]

Written by on May 17, 2022

Tips to Help Seniors Transition Home After a Stroke

When you hear “stroke” it brings up difficult emotions including fear and worry. A stroke affects different people in different ways. Many times a Senior cannot do all the things they used to, especially during recovery and rehabilitation. Social workers and case managers can give you insights into what you need to do at home […]

Written by on April 14, 2022

Simple Exercises Seniors Can Do at Home to Stay Fit

As you get older, it becomes more and more important to do what you can to stay fit. If you have a homecare worker like those provided by Inspire Home Care Philadelphia, PA, they can help you with your goals. It’s easier to get inspired about exercising when you have a cheering squad! Here are […]

Written by on March 10, 2022

Benefits of 24-Hour Home Care

When considering a professional care service provider in Philadelphia, PA, reach out to Inspire Home Care. We can answer your important questions, specifically regarding the benefits of 24-hour home care providers, the FAQs of senior care, and the complex realities of being a caregiver. Our direct care workers are highly trained and compassionate toward your […]

Written by on February 17, 2022

How Hospital Accompaniment is Important 

Accompanying a loved one at a hospital makes a world of a difference in his or her’s quality of life. Accompaniment in hospital settings makes a monumental impact in terms of quality care, well-being, and comfort.  So don’t make the common mistake of assuming the hospital staff members are all that is necessary to keep your loved one comfortable in the hospital.  Accompaniment is essential to well-being and continued comfort. 

Written by on December 6, 2021