For Family Caregivers of Aging Parents in New Hampshire Seacoast
Are you concerned about the safety of aging parents? Perhaps Mom recently fell and broke a hip. Maybe Dad is having trouble sticking to his doctor's recommendations. Does your loved one seem to be isolated? Losing weight? Having difficulty with remembering important activities or events?
Like most older adults, your parents probably want to remain at home. You, however, may be worried that their home situation is not as safe as it needs to be. And your family member may require more assistance than you can realistically provide.
We're here to help.
Working with you as a team, we at AgeQuest can assist your family. We can provide you and your loved one with the support needed to stay at home, and suggest alternatives, as needed, to make sure your parent is safe and comfortable.
Bookmark this page! With this website, we offer you guidance for the elder care journey:
- Educational articles to help you help your relative stay independent.
- Tips and tools for family caregivers to reduce the strain on you as you juggle your many responsibilities.
- An online directory of local services.
- A free, monthly e-newsletter with topics of interest to family caregivers like yourself.
We understand older adults, and we know how much you care. If you would like more information on other ways we can work with you to navigate the sometimes choppy waters of elder care, please do not hesitate to call us at 603-334-6565 or email us at email@example.com.
"I sent this website to my brother so he could read the articles too. Now he has a better idea of what we're dealing with so he and I can work together as a team."
"This website gives my clients clear, easy to understand information. It also saves me time with the online directory of Community Programs."
"I love my mother, but I couldn't do it all. AgeQuest provided us with the information we needed so Mom can live where she is safe and comfortable."
"The monthly e-newsletter helps me realize I'm not alone, that there are people who can help."
"Sure, it wasn't our first choice to have Mom move to a facility. But it was the best choice. And now, she's so engaged with the other residents and staff, she's very happy."