safeandsoundaz.comOver 50% of our elderly will be afflicted with Alzheimer’s or Dementia, so we’ve made it our business to focus on specialized training in these areas. We want your loved ones in the hands of only the most qualified CNA’s and caregivers. Home care is changing and Safe and Sound at home is leading the way. As more and more of our elderly are opting to stay home we are here to help make that happen for as long as possible. Our Staff will make sure you loved ones home is safe from accidents and falls.​ ​Staying home, means your loved one is safe and happy and it’s our business to make that possible. Services We Offer Chronic Condition Care Memory & Alzheimer’s Care Hospital Care Hygiene, Dressing, bathing and showering Medication reminders Meal Preparation Light Housekeeping Errands Doctors’ visits Shopping Activity planning respite care Active companion Whatever the situation Safe and Sound at Home can help make it work to keep your loved one at home where they want to be. When our loved ones are able to remain in their own home. Where ever that may be, House, apartment or in Independent living in a retirement facility they live longer and are much happier. Let us come and assess your or your loved loves needs and come up with a care plan that will insure they will be safe and thrive at home. 20 Warning signs your loved one needs Help at Home. Maybe you’ve noticed mom or dad’s mail piling up. Or mom once meticulous about her appearance is wearing wrinkled clothes and not doing her hair. Perhaps there are bruises on her and when you bring up the subject you hear “everything is fine” , “nothing to worry about”. Admitting they need help would be mean they can’t take care of themselves anymore, and no one wants to lose their independence. Denial is the unrealistic hope that a problem is not really happening and will go away be itself. Admitting they need help and accepting assistance is not easy for people as they age. It represents a loss of independence. Denial plays a major role and signs get ignored. The burden often falls on the family to recognize the signs that the aging parent might need help with daily living tasks. This doesn’t necessarily mean that your loved one has to go to assisted living or a nursing home, but they may need some extra help in their homes. If they’re not willing to admit it, how do you know if your elderly parents need home care?

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20 Warning signs your loved one needs Help at Home.

There are 20 Warning Signs


20 Warning signs your loved one needs Help at Home. Maybe you’ve noticed mom or dad’s mail piling up. Or mom once meticulous about her appearance is wearing wrinkled clothes and not doing her hair. Perhaps there are bruises on her and when you bring up the subject you hear “everything is fine” , “nothing to worry about”.


Admitting they need help would be mean they can’t take care of themselves anymore, and no one wants to lose their independence. Denial is the unrealistic hope that a problem is not really happening and will go away be itself. Admitting they need help and accepting assistance is not easy for people as they age. It represents a loss of independence. Denial plays a major role and signs get ignored.

The burden often falls on the family to recognize the signs that the aging parent might need help with daily living tasks. This doesn’t necessarily mean that your loved one has to go to assisted living or a nursing home, but they may need some extra help in their homes. If they’re not willing to admit it, how do you know if your elderly parents need home care?

  1. Spoiled food that doesn’t get thrown away

  2. Missing important appointments

  3. Unexplained bruising

  4. Trouble getting up from a seated position

  5. Difficulty with walking, balance, and mobility

  6. Uncertainty and confusion when performing once-familiar tasks

  7. Forgetfulness

  8. Unpleasant body odor

  9. Infrequent showering or bathing

  10. Strong smell of urine in house

  11. Noticeable decline in grooming habits and personal care

  12. Dirty house extreme clutter and dirty laundry piling up

  13. Stacks of unopened mail or an overflowing mailbox

  14. Late payment notices, bounced checks and calks from bill collectors

  15. Poor diet or weight loss

  16. Loss of interest in hobbies and activities

  17. Change in mood or extreme mood swings

  18. Forgetting to take medications-or taking more than the prescribed dosages

  19. Diagnosis of dementia or early onset Alzheimer’s

  20. Unexplained dents and scratches in car