Category Archives: In Home Care

The Beauty of Aging in Place is Your Elderly Parents Can Continue to Live in the Home They Love

The Joy Many Seniors Find by Aging in Place Remember the first time your parents handed you the car keys and let you venture out on your own? Was there anything more exciting than that rush of independence? Of knowing you were trusted to be responsible, to be a grown-up, to do something by yourself? […]

Caregiver of the Year 2017 Award Winner Announcement

We are proud to announce that Angella Thompson, a caregiver at Accessible Home Health Care of Naples for over seven years, is the winner of the Mrs. Rosette J. Salem Award for Caregiver of the Year 2017. Below, see as Aarif Dahod, CEO and COO of Accessible Home Health Care, and Trisha Silver, owner of […]

Caregiver of the Year 2016 Award Winner Announcement

Each year, the Accessible Home Health Care Team recognizes and celebrates caregivers who go above and beyond to provide compassionate in home care to their patients. We choose caregivers who consistently provide exceptional in home care services and improve their patients’ daily lives. We are pleased to announce that Michelle Walters, an employee at Accessible […]

How to Hire a Private Caregiver with Safety in Mind

Knowing how to hire a private caregiver who is reliable and trustworthy is necessary for families that want to provide their loved ones with the best care. There are a lot of potential private caregivers for hire, and the quality of care they provide isn’t guaranteed if they are not working with an accredited home […]

How to Prepare for Occupational Therapy at Home

In home occupational therapy for seniors can allow your loved one to remain independent in their home. This type of therapy is especially useful for those recovering from a stroke or surgery or who have a cognitive impairment like Alzheimer’s. Most patients who receive occupational therapy struggle with getting fully dressed, taking showers or baths, […]

How Do You Get Dependable Home Health Care?

A lot of family caregivers reach the point where they realize their loved one needs more assistance than they can provide. Maybe you’ve been noticing signs that your loved one cannot be left alone without supervision or needs increased help with daily activities, like bathing and dressing. Perhaps the housekeeping and laundry are becoming too […]