Aside from ensuring that your loved one eats healthy and well-balanced meals each day, it’s important to have good food handling habits – especially this Thanksgiving. Elderly and Senior individuals have an increased risk of food-borne illness because their immune systems become weaker as they age. To promote a healthy diet, caregivers or family members may go grocery shopping on a weekly basis to buy foods for the coming week’s daily meals, but with food items such as meat, poultry, and vegetables, it’s important to take into account how long it is safe to leave the food sitting out, how the food is prepared, and maintaining the food in the refrigerator. Check out this article on Aging Care that talks about food safety measures you can take to prevent food poisoning.
At A-1 Home Care, we provide a variety of in-home caregivers who can provide assistance with healthy meal preparation, daily exercise, personal care, companionship, assistance with daily errands, light housekeeping, and any other activities of daily living to provide your loved one with the most enhanced quality of life possible at home. No matter what your care situation is, the main tasks of daily living are generally the same, with slight differences in the approach and style of care.
Some of our care services include 24 Hour Live-In Care, Hourly Care, Arthritis Care, Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care, Diabetic Care, Incontinence Care, Heart Attack Care, Kidney Disease Care, and others.We serve the LA and OC communities of Diamond Bar, Brea, Fullerton, Yorba Linda, La Habra, Anaheim Hills, Garden Grove, Newport beach, Covina, San Dimas, Glendora, Monrovia, Pasadena, Glendale, Burbank, Hollywood, and others in Los Angeles County and Orange County.
To interview and hire a compassionate caregiver in your area today, call us at 909 861 7700 for a free in-home assessment.