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is lasik surgery something for you to consider?

Are you tired of fighting with your contact lenses each morning or struggling to find your glasses in the middle of the night so you can see what time it is? Have you ever considered getting lasik eye surgery to eliminate the need for your glasses and contact lenses? I put off getting the procedure completed for several years, but after having it done, my only regret is waiting so long to do it. If I was to add up how much it cost me to replace my glasses and contacts over the years, the cost of having the surgery performed was nothing. I have done my best to include any information that anyone considering getting lasik surgery needs to make an educated decision.


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2 Things You Can Do To Make The Transition Of In Home Care For Your Aging Loved One Easier

Many aging individuals need more help with daily tasks. Some choose to go to a nursing home to get the assistance that they need, while others prefer to stay in their home and have the help come to them. There are many benefits to having in home care, which is why it is such a popular choice. However, there are also challenges for the individual receiving the help. Here are some things that you can do to make the transition to in home care easier for an aging loved one.

1. Allow Them To Still Be In Charge Of Their Home

When you hire someone to come in to the home of your loved one, you may be tempted to take all control. This can be very frustrating and discouraging to your loved one. You have to remember that it is their home and that for all these years they have been in charge. When you have help come in, you should make sure that they are asking for permission in the beginning to do certain things. For example, they should ask if they should remove their shoes, which bathroom they should use and so forth. It will be an easier transition for your loved one if they don't feel like they have been derailed, but instead they have a polite and kind guest in their home to help with tasks.

2. Make Sure Family and Friends Are Still Visiting

Your loved one may be worried that if you hire help that family and friends may not come around as often. If you feel as though you are no longer needed as often, you may choose to visit less. This can be dangerous because it can make your loved one resent having in home care.

Even though there is someone there helping with basic tasks, you should still stop in often to visit and let your loved one know that your relationship is more than just helping, but one of friendship. In addition, you could consider only having the help come in a couple times a week and still having family and friends come in to take shifts to help with the daily tasks. This will make your loved one feel less like a burden and make it more apparent that you want to help.

By doing these simple things, you can help your loved one to make a successful and smooth transition to having in home care. 

Talk with an in home care services or other professionals to find more information about what in home care can offer and how it can be beneficial to your loved one.