Home Care Mesa, AZ
Thank you for visiting our website. My name is Amanda Butas, and I am the president and owner of Home Care Assistance of Mesa, AZ. I have spent the last 13 years right here in beautiful Mesa, AZ, helping families manage care for their loved ones in various stages of Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Actived: 9 days ago
5 Tips for Helping Seniors with Medication Management
(Just Now) Use Smartphone Apps. Many mobile devices have medication management apps seniors can use. The applications help them keep track of their prescriptions, lowering the risk of overmedication. When your loved one lists his or her personal information and data, the apps provide alerts when it’s time to take the medication as well as the dosage
4 Reasons Seniors Should Check Out Amazon's Alexa
(3 days ago) Amazon’s Alexa is a technological device that seems to get better with time. New features such as compatibility with smart home appliances and apps are constantly being developed, which increase its usefulness for seniors living independently. Living alone at home in the golden years can present a few unique challenges.
High-Quality Stroke Home Care for Mesa Seniors
(6 days ago) Reliable, high-quality stroke care from Home Care Assistance of Mesa is designed to provide senior stroke survivors with compassionate care, support and resources, while promoting their dignity at home. With strokes being the leading cause of disability among the elder generation, many families find themselves overwhelmed and unequipped to
5 Creative Tips for Preventing Isolation in Seniors
(3 days ago) Many seniors have turned to Facebook, Skype, and other social media platforms to connect with friends and family members. They can talk to their grandkids via FaceTime, catch up with old friends via Facebook, and even meet new people through Twitter. Show your loved one how to use these apps.
5 Brain Exercises for Senior Stroke Survivors
(4 days ago) Many apps are available that were specially created to help people retain and renew their cognitive abilities, and your loved one can use them on a personal computer or smartphone. Lumosity is one that has various games to play, and it allows seniors to work their way up to …
How to Prepare the House for Post-Stroke Care
(9 days ago) Seniors & Stroke Recovery: 5 Apps that Aid Communication ; 5 Ways for Aging Stroke Survivors to Exercise Their Brains ; SUBSCRIBE TO OUR BLOG. Please leave this field empty. Request Free Information or Schedule a Free in-Home Consultation. Submit. REQUEST A FREE IN-HOME OR VIDEO CONSULTATION HERE
6 Ways to Reduce the Risk of Elder Abuse
(6 days ago) Monitor your loved one’s medication and make sure he or she is taking the right dosage at the right time. Consider using medication management apps that keep track of your loved one’s activity, including his or her body’s response to the prescriptions. 6. Check Healthcare Bills
Preventing Senior Stroke: 5 Treatable Risk Factors
(7 days ago) Seniors & Stroke Recovery: 5 Apps that Aid Communication ; Preparing the Home for Post-Stroke Care ; SUBSCRIBE TO OUR BLOG. Please leave this field empty. Request Free Information or Schedule a Free in-Home Consultation. Submit. REQUEST A FREE IN-HOME OR VIDEO CONSULTATION HERE
What Happens to a Senior's Brain After a Stroke
(5 days ago) A stroke on the right side of the brain affects control of the left side of the body. Survivors of strokes in the brain’s right hemisphere may experience short-term memory loss, exhibit impulsive behaviors, or lose depth perception. The brain also causes seniors to ignore the left side of the body, which leads to balance difficulties and
7 Last-Minute Father's Day Gifts for Your Senior Dad
(5 days ago) Tech-savvy dads love getting gadgets. You can simplify your father’s daily routine by using technology to turn off the lights or make sure the door is locked. Look into smart home equipment that works with apps on his smartphone, and choose a gift that makes his home safer.