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E-Z Access Home Care

is a non-medical home care agency based in Texas. For inquiries, please contact us at 817-937-7376.

Home Care in Texas | E-Z Access Home Care

E-Z Access Home Care is a non-medical home care agency based in Texas. For inquiries, please contact us at 817-937-7376.

Seniors Get Depressed, Too

In conclusion, depression in our seniors is many times overlooked and can be a very serious problem. Depending on the seriousness of the depression, there are many avenues we can tap into to support our seniors, like support groups, one-on-one counseling, therapy, and medication, if needed, that is prescribed by a doctor. Just making them feel needed, loved and, a part of our lives is one of the best gifts of all.

Non-Medical Home Care Agency in Irving, Texas

E-Z Access Home Care is a fully insured non-medical home care agency licensed by the State of Texas. One of its proprietors is a Registered Nurse with over 29 years of experience in providing care ranging from newborns to elderly patients.

Live-In Care │ Home Care Concierge | Irving, TX

E-Z Access Home Care is your #1 source for Non-Medical Home Care in Dallas, Denton, and Tarrant County. We provide a wide range of services to elderly, disabled, and pediatric clients. We offer top quality affordable care solutions with Texas CNAs (Certified Nurse Aides) and PCA (Personal Care Attendants).

Being Alone Versus Loneliness in Seniors

Did you know that loneliness can affect your overall health? Not only for seniors but individuals of all ages as well. However, in this article, we will focus on seniors. You don’t necessarily have to be alone to feel lonely. The definition of alone means by oneself. Some people want to be alone.

Home Health Versus Non-medical In-Home Care: What’s the Difference?

Do you know the difference between Home Health Care and Non-Medical In-Home Care? Unfortunately, people tend to use these terms interchangeably. However, there is a stark difference between the two.

Does My Voice Still Count?

Have you ever heard the expression, “It is hell getting old?” Well, for some of our seniors, it can be true. Just imagine; being independent, vibrant, self-sufficient, healthy, and mobile, living in your own home, paying your own bills, making your own decisions, driving your own car, going to your own social events, and being with your spouse or significant other. Awesome, right?

Ready for Discharge

What usually happens is the discharge case manager comes to the patient room and introduce him or herself. She or he will ask questions to get a feel for the family dynamics, the decision maker, who does what, if the patient lives alone /or with someone, contact numbers of family members, and other questions to help prepare for discharge.

5 Ways to Stay on Top of Older Adults' Health

Senior members of the family will need more and more assistance over time. Their old age may catch up on their bodies, limiting their mobility and hindering them from completing various daily tasks. At times, the elderly may need home care services in Texas to receive the necessary support at home.

Senior Care: How to Fall-Proof Your Home

Providing quality elderly care to our aging loved ones means that they are in a safe and comfortable condition wherever they may be, but most especially in their own abode. Our role as primary caregivers is very crucial in making this happen. If our senior loved ones choose to age in place, then we also need to ensure that their home is safe for them.

Helping Your Aging Family Members Take a Bath

Taking a bath helps keep the elderly clean. But, with the difficulties associated with this task, many seniors may opt not to do it.

Family Caregiver’s Get Tired Too

Caregiving can be very challenging for people that are trained to do it everyday. What is a caregiver? A caregiver is someone that helps a person meet their basic needs on a regular, frequent and consistent basis. But, how about when you are a family member and you find yourself taking on the role as the family caregiver. You may take on this role as an act of kindness or loyalty.

4 Reasons Why Companionship Matters to Seniors

Living alone allows freedom and independence for older adults. On the flip side, it can lead to loneliness too. What balances the negatives out? Companionship is the answer.

Dementia: What Is It?

When someone mentions the word "dementia," what do you associate it with? The first thing that might come into your mind is the unusual frequency of memory loss, particularly among seniors. Dementia is a whole lot more than just that, though. Cognitive functions such as memory, thinking, judgment, among others, start to decline when a person has dementia. Another thing people seem to miss is that dementia is more than just one illness. Providers of home care services in Texas have experience in dealing with the types of dementias.

Reducing Dementia Risk by Walking Leisurely

Walking for leisure became popular in the 18th century, due to the Romantic movement. Today, it is a popular recreational activity, and it is one of the best forms of exercise. As a provider of home care services in Texas, we can testify that this is also true for seniors. In fact, in one study, seniors walking at least a mile a day had significantly enhanced volume in some parts of their brains. The subjects have reduced their risk of dementia by 50%.

Toileting Tips for Your Senior Loved Ones

Our loved ones change as they age – and so are their needs. When you are considering home care services in Texas, look no further. We can be your partner. We are E-Z Access Home Care.

Encouraging Good Personal Hygiene Care in Older Adults

A lot of seniors may start neglecting their hygiene at a certain point in time. They may forget to take a bath and wear clothes repeatedly without washing.

Helping the Elderly Get Technologically Connected

Living in a technological age can sometimes make those who aren’t used to technology feel isolated. The people who usually feel lost and inept when it comes to using digital media are senior citizens. Technology sometimes seems overwhelming for them that they tend to feel left behind. But with our companionship and other home care services in Texas, seniors can learn how to be technologically connected and avoid loneliness in their lives.

How to Gently Wake Up Your Senior

We can show how much we care for our loved ones in every step that we do for them – starting when we wake them up. You may be wondering what the best and safest way to wake them up is, especially if they are deep sleepers or those who do not get up after the alarm. Sometimes, it takes them more than a gentle nudge to wake up. In some cases, they may feel different when others wake them up.

Coping up With Changes Due to Physical Aging

Our aging parents or loved ones face different challenges as they reach their golden years. One of these challenges is physical aging – the normal decrease in performance of body functions as we age.

How to Assure Seniors about Their Autonomy

For most of our senior loved one’s life, they have been independent. Unfortunately, aging can place limitations on what they can do now.

Why Seniors Need to Stay Socially Connected

Socialization plays an important role in human development. But age comes with plenty of undeniable changes, including how we socialize with people. As we get older and older, we may develop medical conditions that challenge mobility, making it harder for us to attend social gatherings with friends and family.

The Benefits of Respite Care for Family Caregivers

When you care for seniors with serious health conditions like Alzheimer’s and dementia, you will often find yourself struggling to juggle between your own responsibilities and your responsibilities as a primary caregiver.