Bluebird Homecare Blog

In-Home Care vs Assisted Living: How to Decide

Evaluating care options for a loved one — especially if it’s the first time — can be extremely overwhelming because of all the options available and different levels of care. If your loved one doesn’t require highly specialized care, in-home care and assisted living are the most common options chosen. It’s tough to judge which […]

Dementia and How Homecare Can Help

According to the World Health Organization, around 50 million worldwide have dementia — and nearly 10 million new cases are being added each year. With the numbers projected to keep rising, it’s essential to know your options if a loved one is diagnosed with it. To ensure your loved one receives the best possible dementia […]

[Press Release] Bluebird Homecare Earns 2019 Best in Home Care Awards as Provider, Employer of Choice

We’re thrilled to share some exciting news: We’ve been recognized by Home Care Pulse as 2019 Best in Home Care Awards winners! For the fourth consecutive year, we earned both the Provider of Choice and Employer of Choice awards. The awards are based on client and caregiver satisfaction scored gathered by the independent satisfaction research […]

Live-In Care and Who Can Benefit From It

More than 75% of adults age 50 and older want to stay in their homes as they age. However, there may be some circumstances that keep them from achieving this, such as health. Live-in care is a great option for individuals that want to remain in their homes, but need some assistance in order to […]

The Change in Family Dynamics When Parents Need Care

When a parent enters a phase in their life where they are facing issues relating to aging, there can be a major change in family dynamics. Siblings must come together to make decisions on how to best care for their parent, and this can put pressure on everyone involved. Here we explore how and why […]

Respite Care and Why It’s Essential for Family Caregivers

Being a family caregiver is a full-time job that can take a toll on a person. A majority of caregivers focus so much on their loved one that they forget to take care of themselves — and this oversight can have a major impact on them physically, mentally, emotionally, and psychologically. We explore the impact […]

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