In-Home Care Articles and Resources
In-home care involves the non-medical support of seniors and disabled persons. In-home caregivers perform such household and personal needs as cooking, cleaning, laundry, bathing, shopping, and general companionship. In-home care is an excellent option for those who do not require the daily presence of a specialized nurse or therapist.
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Food poisoning is especially detrimental to seniors, causing them to be sicker longer with more acute symptoms. As people age, their immune systems slow down and are not as effective in combating illnesses. For these reasons, it is critical that seniors and their caretakers are able to immediately identify the symptoms of food poisoning and seek proper medical care and treatment. It is equally important, or more so, that they follow safe food preparation and handling methods.