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Senior Home2Home Assists Caretakers to Avoid Undue Stress
Date:11/1/2013

San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) November 01, 2013

According to a Johns Hopkins-led study, those who assist a chronically-ill or disabled family member enjoy an 18 percent survival advantage compared to statistically-matched non-caregivers.

“Taking care of a chronically-ill person in your family is often associated with stress, and caregiving has been previously linked to increased mortality rates,” says first author David L. Roth, Ph.D., director of the Johns Hopkins University Center on Aging and Health.

Read the entire report at http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/media/releases/johns_hopkins_led_study_shows_increased_life_expectancy_among_family_caregivers.

Senior Home2Home provides housing and senior placement services. They specialize in referring senior elderly housing options such as Alzheimers and other related dementia care, hospice care, geriatric care, assisted living, and nursing home care.

Seniors and their families deserve to know their options. These decisions do not have to be made alone. Most big decisions involve feedback and advice from professionals. Finding the right options for an elderly loved one is no different. Senior Home2Home helps families avoid becoming overwhelmed and being unable to make the best long-term decisions. When adult children are faced for the first time with assisting their parents, the role-reversal can be quite emotional. By bringing in a third party, it allows the family to work more cohesively towards common goals. Senior Home2Home is committed to flexibility around work schedules and needs.

Senior Home2Home is located at 3355 Cherry Ridge St., Suite 102 in San Antonio. For more information, or to schedule a free consultation, visit http://www.seniorhome2homesatx.com, or call 888-300-7026.

About the Company

Senior Home2Home was created to offer expert guidance and provide the tools necessary to seniors and their families to be able to make the most educated care decisions. There were no services at the time that offered a personal, hands-on approach, but rather online companies that would provide a basic list of communities or services. They are committed to helping families faced with the realities of caring for their loved ones in their golden years. They pledge to provide a unique and creative level of service that respects the dignity and integrity of clients. Resources are comprehensive, yet flexible, to meet the needs of individuals in any living environment, whether at home or in a facility.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/assisted-living/home-health-care/prweb11296209.htm.


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