6566 Hawthorne Drive
Windsor ON, N8T 1J9
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We service Windsor and Essex County including: Windsor, LaSalle, Amherstburg, Harrow, Essex, McGregor, Tecumseh, St. Clair Beach, Cottam, Woodslee, Kingsville, Leamington, Wheatley, Lakeshore, Belle River, St. Joachim, Stoney Point.
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3 Ideas for Creative Alzheimer’s Activities Utilizing Food Our food has a unique ability to bring families and friends together and create lasting memories. From special occasions like birthdays and holidays to everyday routines, food can play a central role in our lives. Alzheimer’s activities that involve food can be both effective and creative, tapping into the power of this universal connection. By doing food-related activities, they can be a wonderful way to connect with someone with dementia. These activities will help to engage all of the senses…Read More
Winter Senior Care in Windsor: How Amy's Helping Hands Ensures Your Loved Ones Stay Safe Winter is here, and it's essential to consider the well-being of your senior loved ones. Harsh weather conditions can pose unique challenges for seniors, making it crucial to have reliable senior care in place. Amy's Helping Hands is here to provide the support and care your loved ones need to stay safe and comfortable during the winter months. In this article, we'll explore how our senior care services can help ensure the well-being of your senior family members this winter. How Senior…Read More
Top Senior Technology Tools to Promote Safe Living at Home “You are always free to choose what you do with your life. To make changes in your future, make new choices today”- Brian Tracy When it comes to choosing a place to live in, later years can be challenging. Many older adults prefer to stay in their home, but there are concerns to consider. Safety, mobility issues, and physical limitations are important factors to think about. What if a loved one falls and needs help? There are a number of senior friendly technology tools available to allow…Read More
Signs Your Loved One Needs Help It can be challenging for children with seniors' parents to assess if they require extra assistance. Seniors may hesitate to disclose their daily challenges due to embarrassment or fear of becoming a burden for their loved ones. Also, some seniors may not even recognize that they are facing difficulties. If you are worried about a loved one’s well-being but they are not ready for a Long Term Care facility, consider using a reputable In-home Care agency. A parent or loved one with…Read More
Palliative Care- letting your senior loved on pass at home Palliative care is a type of healthcare specifically designed for individuals and their families facing life-threatening illnesses that are in their advanced stages. This information helps to address common questions seniors have about palliative care, also known as hospice care. It helps to provide guidance on where seniors can access further information about available services. What is palliative care? Palliative care is to help enhance the quality of life for those who are critically or…Read More
The Difficult Emotions Every Family Caregiver Battles – and How to Let Them Go If you are feeling a bit discouraged in your role as caregiver, take heart; you’re in good company. Providing care help for a loved one is perhaps the most complex role we can hold: highly rewarding on the one hand, while simultaneously frustrating and ever-evolving, frequently resulting in feelings of doubt about whether we are up to the challenge and providing the most effective care. It’s why a number of family caregivers struggle with some or all of these types of feelings: Guilt: It…Read More
Tools to Help your Parents to Age in Place Aging at home is a modern approach to eldercare that enables the elderly to stay in their own home as they age, rather than being relocated to a nursing home or an assisted living facility. To help support aging in place, there are a number of tools available to help our aging loved ones to maintain their independence and self-sufficiency. These tools have been designed to help compensate for any limitations they may have. Hearing tools Our aging loved ones commonly experience varying degrees…Read More
Creating a Safer Home Environment for Seniors with In-Home Care in Windsor As our loved ones age, ensuring their safety becomes a top priority. With the help of in-home senior care services from Amy's Helping Hands in Windsor, Ontario, you can create a safer and more secure home environment for your senior family members. In this article, we will discuss how our in-home senior care services can contribute to a safer living space for your elderly loved ones. How Senior Home Care in Windsor from Amy's Helping Hands Can Help Fall Prevention Falls are a common concern…Read More