How to Travel While Caring for a Senior

Visiting Angels advises on how to plan a vacation when caring for a senior relative.

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Nashua, NH (PRWEB) July 02, 2013

Summertime is the busiest time of year for vacations and brief getaways. Taking a break can be difficult and stressful for those taking care of aging relatives. Visiting Angels, a home care services provider in Nashua, advises caregivers on traveling or planning a vacation when caring for a senior relative.

Visiting Angels advises that caregivers complete an honest analysis for their need of a break, as well as an honest analysis of their loved one’s abilities. Can the relative’s needs be met where the caregiver is going? If not, how can the caregiver meet those needs while they are gone?

In order to have a stress-free vacation, the caregiver will need to make sure they find a temporary caregiver with the appropriate credentials. A needed vacation is never an enjoyed vacation if the caregiver spends the entire time worried about their loved one. Visiting Angels advises that clients provide the temporary caregiver a list of all the things their loved one needs.

Visiting Angels is a leading provider of senior home care. Their experienced caregivers are screened so that clients can rest assured their loved ones are properly cared for. Visiting Angels understands that the decision to invite another caregiver into the home is never easy. Clients are able to interview and choose a caregiver that is the best fit. For more information on their services, please visit their website, http://www.visitingangels.com/.

About the company

Visiting Angels is the nation's leading nationally respected network of non-medical, private duty home care agencies providing senior care, personal care, respite care and companion care to help the elderly and adults continue to live in their homes across America. Studies have shown that seniors thrive more when living in their own home than in a nursing home. Help an older relative maintain independence by asking for information today.


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