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We honor our veterans by ensuring they receive the care they need and deserve. Home care for veterans is not only a benefit but a necessity for those who have served our country. It allows veterans to maintain their independence and continue to live in the comfort of their own homes. Home care services can include assistance with daily activities, medical support, and rehabilitation. It's our duty to ensure that our veterans receive the care and support they need, and home care is one way we can do that. It's our honor to make sure our veterans receive the best possible care, they have earned it.

Family caregivers: Remember to take care of yourself too! It's easy to get caught up in the daily responsibilities of caring for a loved one, but it's important to prioritize your own well-being as well. Set aside some time each day for self-care activities, whether it's reading a book, going for a walk, or simply taking a few minutes to relax. And don't be afraid to ask for help from friends and family when you need it. Caring for someone else is a team effort and we all need a little extra support sometimes.

Offering a small gesture of support or kindness, like a smile, can be just as important as doing more significant things for them. Being present, but not overbearing, is the best way to be a help to someone.

Family caregivers, the weekend is almost here! It's time to put your cares aside and enjoy some much-deserved relaxation and fun. Whether it's a quiet walk in the park, a movie night with friends, or a day trip to a nearby town, take the time to do something for yourself.

Remember, taking a break and having some fun is not only good for your mental and physical health, but it will also make you a better caregiver. So take a deep breath, let go of the stress and enjoy your weekend! You deserve it!

After surgery care is a crucial step in the recovery process for seniors. Surgery can be a stressful and overwhelming experience, but proper aftercare is essential for a successful recovery.

From pain management to physical therapy, there are many steps to take to ensure that you are healing properly. Following your doctor's instructions and taking care of yourself at home is key.

Remember to rest, stay hydrated, eat a healthy diet and take your medications as prescribed.

Also, don't hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions or need support. Our mission is to give you the peace of mind you and your family deserve. With the right care, you will be back on your feet in no time.

http://ow.ly/PpNB50MAHpW

The peace of mind that comes with round-the-clock support is priceless. Whether you're recovering from an illness or injury, or providing care for a loved one, 24-hour home care can make all the difference.

With a dedicated team of caregivers available around the clock, you can rest assured that your loved one is safe and well taken care of.

From assistance with daily activities to medical care and companionship, 24-hour home care can provide the personalized support that you need.

Don't let the burden of caregiving weigh you down, consider 24-hour home care for you and your loved one.
https://www.homewatchcaregivers.com/sterling/home-care-services/24-hour-care

When it gets cold outside, it's important for seniors to keep warm. Here are some cold weather tips for seniors this winter:

1. Watch for signs of hypothermia: Be aware of the signs of hypothermia, such as shivering, confusion, and fatigue, and seek medical attention if you suspect you or someone you know has hypothermia.

3. Keep your head and hands covered: Heat is lost quickly through the head and hands, so it's important to wear a warm hat and gloves to keep these areas protected.

4. Keep your feet warm: Use warm socks, slippers or thermal insoles to keep your feet warm, especially if you have poor circulation.
Compassion is the fundamental principle that should guide our actions and decisions as a society. The collective mission for humanity is to understand and help others and to act with empathy, kindness and generosity towards all living beings. Compassion is a universal value that should be embraced and practiced by all humans, regardless of their differences, in order to create a better world for all.

Family caregivers work long hours and are often unpaid for their time spent supporting loved ones. Many of these caregivers also have full-time jobs and other responsibilities, like raising children, volunteering, and doing housework and chores.

23.7 hours per week is the average amount of time caregivers spend providing unpaid care for loved ones they don’t live with; those who live with their care recipient spend 37.4 hours a week.

Our local community relies on Homewatch CareGivers Sterling to provide compassionate in-home elder care services to Sterling and nearby areas. Our elder care services help seniors live as independently as possible while ensuring their continued safety and health. Here, home care is human ❤️.

At Homewatch CareGivers of Sterling, we understand that one of the most difficult decisions to make about your aging loved one is determining whether or not they need in-home care. That’s why we offer complimentary consultations to potential clients in:

📍Centreville
📍Great Falls
📍Reston
📍Loudoun County
This will help us learn more about your loved one's likes, dislikes, and physical needs.

As a family caregiver, you are most likely incredibly busy and have a packed schedule. This can make it a challenge to take breaks. However, small breaks can make a huge difference. They help you recharge, rejuvenate, find a fresh perspective, and be able to manage the many other tasks on your to-do list. Try scheduling short breaks into your day.


"The quality, not the longevity, of one's life is what is important."
~Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Exercise may not just help seniors physically – some experts believe it can also help with cognitive issues.

A study published in 2008 in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that when a person went through a six-month program of physical activity, it improved memory-related issues.

After getting a health care provider’s approval, many fitness trainers at local gyms and YMCAs know specific techniques the elderly can use. It is the job of these instructors to motivate older people to get off the couch without a sense of intimidation.
Around-the-clock in-home care may seem impossible, but the Homewatch CareGivers Sterling team may provide this to countless clients and their families every day – and night. By offering your loved one continuous care by scheduling a few caregivers every 8 – 12 hours, families can relax knowing that a professional caregiver is there to assist with daily tasks and even be there in the case of an emergency.

Contact us for more info or for an in-home consultation: 703-215-2230

While the media focus on the typical goals to lose weight, eat right and stop smoking, how about setting a goal to find a healthy balance between self-care and care for a loved one? There are a number of tools to help caregivers better manage and even lighten the load. Here are three important ones:
http://ow.ly/WZ6Y50MnkpZ

Life is better when everyone feels connected, engaged, and appreciated. Let our family care for your family. Let our family care for yours.

Homewatch CareGivers of Sterling provides in home care services, specializing in senior care and care for chronic conditions, to maintain your loved one’s quality of life in their home by assisting with activities of daily living. Highly trained caregivers help with everyday things that are essential to health and wellness – everything from preparing healthy meals to bathing, medication reminders,

Timeline photos 02/01/2023

We honor our veterans by ensuring they receive the care they need and deserve. Home care for veterans is not only a benefit but a necessity for those who have served our country. It allows veterans to maintain their independence and continue to live in the comfort of their own homes. Home care services can include assistance with daily activities, medical support, and rehabilitation. It's our duty to ensure that our veterans receive the care and support they need, and home care is one way we can do that. It's our honor to make sure our veterans receive the best possible care, they have earned it.

Timeline photos 01/31/2023

Family caregivers: Remember to take care of yourself too! It's easy to get caught up in the daily responsibilities of caring for a loved one, but it's important to prioritize your own well-being as well. Set aside some time each day for self-care activities, whether it's reading a book, going for a walk, or simply taking a few minutes to relax. And don't be afraid to ask for help from friends and family when you need it. Caring for someone else is a team effort and we all need a little extra support sometimes.

Timeline photos 01/30/2023

Offering a small gesture of support or kindness, like a smile, can be just as important as doing more significant things for them. Being present, but not overbearing, is the best way to be a help to someone.

Timeline photos 01/27/2023

Family caregivers, the weekend is almost here! It's time to put your cares aside and enjoy some much-deserved relaxation and fun. Whether it's a quiet walk in the park, a movie night with friends, or a day trip to a nearby town, take the time to do something for yourself.

Remember, taking a break and having some fun is not only good for your mental and physical health, but it will also make you a better caregiver. So take a deep breath, let go of the stress and enjoy your weekend! You deserve it!

Timeline photos 01/26/2023

After surgery care is a crucial step in the recovery process for seniors. Surgery can be a stressful and overwhelming experience, but proper aftercare is essential for a successful recovery.

From pain management to physical therapy, there are many steps to take to ensure that you are healing properly. Following your doctor's instructions and taking care of yourself at home is key.

Remember to rest, stay hydrated, eat a healthy diet and take your medications as prescribed.

Also, don't hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions or need support. Our mission is to give you the peace of mind you and your family deserve. With the right care, you will be back on your feet in no time.

http://ow.ly/PpNB50MAHpW

Timeline photos 01/25/2023

The peace of mind that comes with round-the-clock support is priceless. Whether you're recovering from an illness or injury, or providing care for a loved one, 24-hour home care can make all the difference.

With a dedicated team of caregivers available around the clock, you can rest assured that your loved one is safe and well taken care of.

From assistance with daily activities to medical care and companionship, 24-hour home care can provide the personalized support that you need.

Don't let the burden of caregiving weigh you down, consider 24-hour home care for you and your loved one.
https://www.homewatchcaregivers.com/sterling/home-care-services/24-hour-care

Timeline photos 01/24/2023

When it gets cold outside, it's important for seniors to keep warm. Here are some cold weather tips for seniors this winter:

1. Watch for signs of hypothermia: Be aware of the signs of hypothermia, such as shivering, confusion, and fatigue, and seek medical attention if you suspect you or someone you know has hypothermia.

3. Keep your head and hands covered: Heat is lost quickly through the head and hands, so it's important to wear a warm hat and gloves to keep these areas protected.

4. Keep your feet warm: Use warm socks, slippers or thermal insoles to keep your feet warm, especially if you have poor circulation.

Timeline photos 01/23/2023

Compassion is the fundamental principle that should guide our actions and decisions as a society. The collective mission for humanity is to understand and help others and to act with empathy, kindness and generosity towards all living beings. Compassion is a universal value that should be embraced and practiced by all humans, regardless of their differences, in order to create a better world for all.

Timeline photos 01/20/2023

Family caregivers work long hours and are often unpaid for their time spent supporting loved ones. Many of these caregivers also have full-time jobs and other responsibilities, like raising children, volunteering, and doing housework and chores.

23.7 hours per week is the average amount of time caregivers spend providing unpaid care for loved ones they don’t live with; those who live with their care recipient spend 37.4 hours a week.

Timeline photos 01/19/2023

Our local community relies on Homewatch CareGivers Sterling to provide compassionate in-home elder care services to Sterling and nearby areas. Our elder care services help seniors live as independently as possible while ensuring their continued safety and health. Here, home care is human ❤️.

Timeline photos 01/18/2023

At Homewatch CareGivers of Sterling, we understand that one of the most difficult decisions to make about your aging loved one is determining whether or not they need in-home care. That’s why we offer complimentary consultations to potential clients in:

📍Centreville
📍Great Falls
📍Reston
📍Loudoun County
This will help us learn more about your loved one's likes, dislikes, and physical needs.

Timeline photos 01/17/2023

As a family caregiver, you are most likely incredibly busy and have a packed schedule. This can make it a challenge to take breaks. However, small breaks can make a huge difference. They help you recharge, rejuvenate, find a fresh perspective, and be able to manage the many other tasks on your to-do list. Try scheduling short breaks into your day.

Timeline photos 01/16/2023

"The quality, not the longevity, of one's life is what is important."
~Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Timeline photos 01/13/2023

Exercise may not just help seniors physically – some experts believe it can also help with cognitive issues.

A study published in 2008 in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that when a person went through a six-month program of physical activity, it improved memory-related issues.

After getting a health care provider’s approval, many fitness trainers at local gyms and YMCAs know specific techniques the elderly can use. It is the job of these instructors to motivate older people to get off the couch without a sense of intimidation.

Timeline photos 01/12/2023

Around-the-clock in-home care may seem impossible, but the Homewatch CareGivers Sterling team may provide this to countless clients and their families every day – and night. By offering your loved one continuous care by scheduling a few caregivers every 8 – 12 hours, families can relax knowing that a professional caregiver is there to assist with daily tasks and even be there in the case of an emergency.

Contact us for more info or for an in-home consultation: 703-215-2230

Timeline photos 01/11/2023

While the media focus on the typical goals to lose weight, eat right and stop smoking, how about setting a goal to find a healthy balance between self-care and care for a loved one? There are a number of tools to help caregivers better manage and even lighten the load. Here are three important ones:
http://ow.ly/WZ6Y50MnkpZ

Timeline photos 01/10/2023

January is National Bath Safety Month, a time to remind us to protect those we love. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports an alarming stat: drowning remains a leading cause of death — infants and adults older than 85 are most likely to drown in a bathtub.

Install a couple of safety handles in the bath and near the toilet to prevent slips and falls and to assist those who need it from entering and exiting the tub or shower. They're also a good idea for helping those who have difficulty standing up from the toilet.

Timeline photos 01/09/2023

“We must be willing to get rid of the life we’ve planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us. The old skin has to be shed before the new one can come.”
— Joseph Campbell

Timeline photos 01/05/2023

Every family caregiver needs to be able to step away once in a while. You deserve to find respite from your responsibilities, whether it’s finally taking that vacation you’ve been planning or going for a short walk in the evenings. What you do with that time is yours to decide, just as long as you give yourself some distance from your caregiving responsibilities.

Get the help you need here: https://www.homewatchcaregivers.com/home-care-services/respite-care

Timeline photos 01/04/2023

Start this new year off with a safe home for yourself and your loved ones by doing a home safety check today. The NFPA recommends testing smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms at least monthly and states that batteries should be replaced once a year or when the alarm chirps signaling a dead battery. The start of a new year is a perfect time to check out all of your home safety devices and procedures.

Timeline photos 01/03/2023

One of the many reasons family caregivers can feel stressed and burned out this time of year is that they try to manage all caregiving tasks alone. This new year, make it a point to delegate your caregiving duties to others so you can focus on your health and well-being. 🥰

Timeline photos 01/02/2023

Today is Thank God It’s Monday Day, celebrated every first Monday in January. It takes a special mindset to really appreciate the first day of the work or school week and to view it as a dynamically positive thing. We can see Mondays as a brand new slate. Self-actualization is the key, and it can begin with a positive attitude about Monday mornings.

Timeline photos 01/01/2023

A joyful present and a well-remembered past—it’s to these things that we raise a glass! Happy New Year from all of us at Homewatch CareGivers of Sterling.

Timeline photos 12/30/2022

Having a schedule for your loved one is so important to keep everyone on track to fulfill all the objectives for the day.

Timeline photos 12/29/2022

When up against a last-minute schedule change or a regular care provider is unavailable due to unforeseen circumstances, we can help.

Timeline photos 12/28/2022

As a family caregiver, what are your caregiving goals for 2023? With information and planning, HomeWatch CareGivers of Sterling can help.

Timeline photos 12/27/2022

If you are a family caregiver, having a routine can be very helpful for your loved one, and it will help you navigate all the responsibilities you have.

Timeline photos 12/26/2022

After a busy, tiring, but fun Christmas, you may need some time to recoup your energy. If you need some respite, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.

Timeline photos 12/25/2022

Wishing you a truly wonderful holiday season filled with peace and love. ❤️ Merry Christmas from your friends at Homewatch CareGivers of Sterling.

Timeline photos 12/22/2022

If you are responsible for caring for a loved one, check out our newly revised website!
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2 Pidgeon Hill Drive Suite 550
Sterling, VA
20165

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