Tag: Adult In Home Care

Dementia – Take Another Look

It’s happened twice in the last couple months. On two separate occasions, I have found myself sitting with a person who is being consumed by that dreaded, later in life condition called Dementia. It’s like a skulking, silent plague that randomly picks its victim, moves into a home and slowly begins its cruel work. I […]

Things We Learn

The Things We Learn Along the Way –  by Jeff Nunham There was clearly a bit of strain and tension on the face of the care provider who sat down in my office. He was about to explain why, after less than three months as a care provider, he was resigning from Helping Hands. He […]

Helping Reluctant Seniors

A personal story about helping reluctant seniors to receive help. Shared by Helping Hands Respite Care’s  Adult-In Home Care supervisor, Jeff Nunham. My son, who is 30 years my junior and a successful business man, will sometimes say to me; “ You had better be good to me because I’m the one who is going […]