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"We have used Angels for over 2 years. They have been coming to our home and tending to my Mother-In-Law. The people that come are so nice. We have been very pleased with the care she receives. We..." More
"My mom is in Texas Home Health. She has her own apartment but they come in and the services are there. The In-Home-Care service is okay. The caregivers are well-trained. We chose that type of care..." More
"When my mom went into a rehabilitation facility, they recommended Texas State Healthcare for her out-patient therapy. They came twice a week for her physical therapy program. They were very helpful..." More
More Information About Home Health Agencies
My Mother Has Become Paranoid, and It's Really Causing Problems!
Older adults who are paranoid may be facing dementia -- or begging for attention. Learn how to cut down on the drama and pinpoint paranoia's cause, and find out when it might be time to get in-home care help, seek help from home health agencies, or to make the move to a memory care facility.
How Do We Convice My Fiercely Independent Parents That They Need Help?
It's hard to breech the subject of outside help for a loved one & there are many different types of care and assisted living options. See here how to talk to a loved one about assisted living, in-home care, home health agences, and continuing care communities. And when it is time to seek advice from geriatric care managers.
Mom is Jealous of Dad's Care Aide!
An in-home aide from a home health agency can make all the difference -- but not if anyone becomes jealous or uncomfortable. How to help a spouse who's jealous of a care aide.