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Sioux Falls Home Care

About Sioux Falls Home Care

Sioux Falls home care can be imperative for seniors with mobility or memory issues who are struggling to maintain independence within their family homes.  While family members often provide this care initially, a long-term need is often best filled by someone who provides this care for a living. The toll on family members can be tough, and bringing in a care provider can offer respite to loved ones while providing seniors with safe, reliable care.  Knowing when to seek help can be one of the most important decisions that family members face.

There are a number of things to consider when seeking non-medical home care. From insurance and background concerns to personality matches, experience, and availability, there are many criteria that can be easily overlooked.  At The Eldercare Channel of Sioux Falls, our video hosts know that seniors and their loved ones have a lot on their plates. This is why the Eldercare Channel works hard to provide resources and information to help make difficult decisions easier. Through our search feature, you can find a list of non-medical home care providers in your area, while our website also offers a wealth of tips, advice, and information on non-medical home care as well as many other issues and situations facing seniors and their family members today.  The Sioux Falls Eldercare Channel is brought to you by Tony Mau and the folks of Right at Home.


Sioux Falls Home Care Articles

Staying Independent and Out of the Hospital

One of the biggest fears for the U.S. aging population is not death – it’s the loss of independence. This can happen when there is…

Housing Options for Seniors When “Home Sweet Home” isn’t So Sweet

There’s no question aging in place in the comfort of home is the best of all of the housing options for seniors—as long as it…

Drinking and Depression in Seniors: A Catch-22

Depression among older adults is a risk factor for alcohol abuse, so drinking and depression in seniors often go together.  However, drinking and depression do…