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  • Helpful Articles

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    • Caring for Elders After a Heart Attack

      Heart attacks are serious occurrences, which puts the body through extensive trauma. Suffering from such a condition can change an individual’s life. However, for seniors, heart attacks are significantly more dangerous. The heart shuts down because it does not receive oxygenated blood caused by clots in the vessels. This causes adverse effects to the rest of the body. In many cases, heart attacks ...
    • What is the Difference Between Companion and Medical Care?

      When it comes to the care for your elderly loved ones, it is important to know the difference between the services offered. Medical caregivers and companion caregivers do not fulfill the same duties. Medical caregivers usually consist of certified nursing assistants and other certified medical personnel. Companion caretakers do not need the same education and do not offer the same services. To ...
    • How to Know When It’s Time for Senior Care

      One of the most difficult things to do is acknowledge that your elderly loved one may need more help than you can give them. As they age, they require more attention and care, which can be hard to provide when you have a list of other responsibilities you need to handle. You may have thought about assisted living, but do you know when it might be time to acquire additional help? At HomeWell, we ...

    News

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    • Home Healthcare News.com says Homewell Ready for "Rocket Growth"

      Homewell Senior Care continues to make news in the senior care industry, with a featured article in Home Health Care News. Click here to read the story!
    • HomeWell Senior Care, Inc. Announces Change in Ownership

      FT. WORTH, TX., May 10, 2018 — HomeWell Senior Care, Inc., one of the nation’s premiere franchisors of senior home care services in the US and Canada, announced today that Bruce Haase has acquired a majority ownership position in the Company and will serve as Chairman of the Board. HomeWell was founded in 2002 by Joshua Hoffman, a former caregiver, in Seattle, Washington. Lori Yount, CEO, will ...
    • Resolve to Take Care of Yourself and Others This New Year

      The New Year is a time to pause and reflect on the past year. It gives you time to see how far you have come and how much more you have to go. It can be exciting, fun, and daunting, all at the same time. However, things might change a little when you have elderly parents or loved ones to care for. In those moments, you cannot focus solely on yourself. It can take a toll on you. This new year, make ...

    Services

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    • 4 Emotional Benefits of Companion Care

      Watching our loved ones age is one of the most difficult things to do. It is hard to reconcile the view of our parents and grandparents as they once were, young and vital, and what age does to them, making them fragile. As they grow older, they will need more specialized care and attention, especially if they have certain medical conditions. And the sad reality of aging is that friends and close ...
    • Experience the HomeWell Difference

      When a person ages, it can be harder for them to carry on with daily chores and activities. They may not be able to keep up as they once were able. It is particularly hard to see parents and grandparents get older. While you may want to help them with everything, it can be difficult when you have your own duties and responsibilities. That is why senior care services work well. However, how do you ...
    • In-Home Care vs. Nursing Home Care

      When you or your loved one is getting older, it can be difficult to decide what the best care option for them is. Although we would love to take care of our grandparents and parents, busy lives and children can make it difficult. After you make the difficult decision to hire some form of care, the question comes down to what the best avenue for them is. The most common care for seniors is either ...
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