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Proper nutrition is something that is vital in our overall health and is especially beneficial for health during the aging process.
Fortunately, ensuring a healthy diet for your loved one doesn’t have to be a difficult task.
There are many nutrients that can be beneficial for seniors, not to mention necessary for optimal health.
Choosemyplate.gov is an excellent resource to ensure your aging loved one’s nutritional needs are being met through his or her daily meals.
There are plenty of excellent suggestions for breakfast, lunch and dinner that will prove simple and delicious:
Cooking can be made easier by taking the time to sit down with your aging loved one and making a meal plan for the week, being sure to write everything down.
It could become a family meal prep activity, where you help your loved one prepare meals for the week so all that is needed is to remove things from the fridge and simply eat or heat up and eat. Most importantly, vary up the menu items from time to time to make sure boredom doesn’t pop up.
Making sure that your aging loved one is getting the nutritional meals he or she needs doesn’t have to be a concern with the in-home care services provided by Executive Care of Freehold. If you would like to learn more about our services, please don’t hesitate to contact us and get the conversation started.
Spring has officially sprung in Freehold!
Gone with the cold, and in with the warmer weather and blooming flowers—and with the springtime comes that tried and true tradition of spring-cleaning. There are plenty of ways seniors can participate in the spring-cleaning process.
One of the first goals of spring-cleaning can be going through and getting rid of clutter in the home. Organizing the clutter will not only help the home look better, but it is also beneficial for safety, as items that are scattered about could pose a tripping hazard.
Are there piles of stuff throughout the house? It doesn’t matter if those piles are organized, there’s no time like now to sort through them and decide what you still need and what can go.
Keep in mind that if it hasn’t been used in the past year, it’s likely that the item can be thrown out, donated or sold. This can include items like clothes, decorations, bedding and home décor.
The medicine cabinet is another part of the home that could benefit from a bit of spring-cleaning. There are many drug take-back days organized by various government agencies, including local, and also many online resources that can help you know how to properly dispose of medications.
If getting to a drug take-back day is difficult, your loved one can crush and pour pills/capsules into a sealable bag. That bag can then be filled with unappetizing materials like kitty litter, coffee grounds or dirt before being tossed out. The identifiable information on the packaging should be removed to help keep medical information private.
Another idea is organizing important documents.
This is a task that can be a family job, as it could include important financial, health and other legal documents. Knowing how to quickly find and access your loved one’s info, such as a durable power of attorney or advanced health care directive, is vital and something that will help reduce stress and streamline the process in many scenarios.
Most importantly, any senior who is starting the spring-cleaning process should know and recognize his or her abilities and challenges. Some of the tasks may be difficult to pull off alone or could pose a risk of injury. There’s no shame in asking for help from family or utilizing in-home services.
Executive Care of Freehold can provide assistance through a variety of in-home care services, including those that help your loved one with tasks around the house. Don’t hesitate to contact us to learn more about the services we offer!
I’d like to convey to you how wonderful the aide Afia is for my mother’s care. She has been with her since last January and has become more than just a caregiver. She truly “cares” and is skillful in her abilities. My mom has had several health situations and her current health has improved to the best she has been in several years. Both her doctor and my family attribute a large part of that to Afia’s care. She is diligent about her diet and sleep patterns, and her “toileting” issues. All of this has contributed greatly to my mom’s overall improved health and her peace of mind as well as our family’s peace of mind. We cannot say enough about her. We are also very satisfied with Executive Care all the way around, from the billing department and everyone we speak with on the phone, very courteous and professional.Cindi E
It’s almost five years since we have been receiving caregivers through Executive Care, and I would like to take this transitional period to express our appreciation for the services you have provided thus far. We are particularly appreciative of the special attention and care Lili has given to our case. Lili has been very sensitive to our particular needs and it has been and remains important to us to have consistency in the arrangements by having Lili as our go-to person in light of Dr. E’s special needs. It is apparent that Lili has many other important responsibilities, so we wanted to thank Executive Care and Lili for the efforts she has made on our behalf.Judge Naomi E
I have had business dealings with Executive Care for some time now and have invariably been very satisfied. The personnel have been considerate, trustworthy, capable and always responsive. They have provided a genuine physical and emotional lift to the patient, in my case an elderly, frail sister. I do not hesitate to recommend the organization for the services rendered.Samuel S
At Executive Care, our mission is to improve quality of life for our clients and their families, while focusing on service excellence.
To be the Home Care company of choice for clients, their families, caregivers and our community.
What makes Executive Care unique is our devotion to client experience. At Executive Care, providing our clients with peace of mind is more than a corporate mission statement; it is the sole reason for doing what we do.