Mental Health in Chattanooga, Tennessee

How Dementia Affects Vision

Dementia can considerably impact a person’s vision, creating fear and confusion. As a result, the individual starts to behave strangely. If you’ve noticed a senior with dementia acting this way then it’s highly likely that their condition has taken a toll on the way they see things. Compassion Home Care, Inc. dba Zion Hands of … Continue reading

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Questions to Ask When Prepping Meals for Seniors

Preparing meals for our senior loved ones can be tricky and time-consuming. Not only do we have to spend time shopping, finding recipes, and cooking, we also have to make sure that the meals we’re preparing are approved by the doctor or nutritionist. It’s a lot of complicated stuff, but there is nothing we wouldn’t … Continue reading

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As an Employer, How Can You Help with Caregiving?

Did you know that there are over 40 million unpaid caregivers in the United States? These are family caregivers who mostly struggle to balance their existing responsibilities with their caregiving duties. Compassion Home Care, Inc. Dba Zion Hands of Grace is a premier provider of home care in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and while we do our … Continue reading

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How to Care for Parents with Dementia at Home

Struggling to care for a parent who has dementia? Compassion Home Care, Inc. Dba Zion Hands of Grace, a provider of home care in Chattanooga, Tennessee, gives you these tips on how to properly care for a loved one going through this complex disease at home. Normal aging challenges can already make caregiving a tough … Continue reading

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Wandering: How to Secure a Loved One with Dementia

Wandering is a very risky issue for our family members diagnosed with dementia. However, you can do your part in protecting your loved one from these wandering episodes. One way you can do that is to ensure that your home is safe and secure for your loved one with dementia. Being a provider of non … Continue reading

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Managing Hallucinations for a Loved One with Dementia

Episodes of hallucinations can happen to our loved ones who have dementia especially those who are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, hallucination happens when a person perceives something that is not there. These false perceptions after their physical senses. When your loved one goes through episodes of hallucinations, they may need … Continue reading

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