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Have You Considered Taking the Time to Simply Eat a Meal with Mom would make her Happy? You Can Celebrate October Eat Better, Eat Together by planning to Have a Meal Together

Eat Up, Eat Together, and Have a Nice Meal for Senior Care in Houston, TX Janet was providing senior care for her mother, but she didn’t have a lot of time to spend sitting down and talking to her mother. Most of the time she would stop by and check to make sure that everything was okay before heading back out. During her visits, Janet would ask her mother if there was anything that she needed or anything that she couldn’t do on ... Read more

Is it Time We Look Into Hiring a Full-time Caregiver for Dad? Learn The Benefits for Dad.

When Elderly Care during the day Just isn’t Enough in Katy, TX “One Family Realizing Dad Needs Full-time Care in Katy, TX” When Jacob turned 80, his family celebrated with an incredible party. They made sure that his friends and family from all over the country came in to attend. Even some relatives that he hadn’t seen or talked to in years came from overseas. It was a great time, and it was one of the last times that he remembered being truly ... Read more

Doresy Halbouty Celebrated her 102nd Birthday with Owner-Sid Gerber, and Caregiver-Enid Anderson

EVENT CELEBRATION (FOLLOW UP)   The oldest Personal Caregiving client, Dorsey Halbouty celebrated her 102nd birthday with friends and family on hand. It was overheard that Dorsey would probably outlive her celebratory party participants! Shown with her is Sid Gerber, the owner of PCS and Enid Anderson, her caregiver for almost 6 years!   Read more

Ask Yourself? Will Caring for Mom be too Much for Me to Handle?

Three Signs You Shouldn’t be Your Mother’s Caregiver in Bellaire, TX There are plenty of reasons why a family member may not want to be their elderly loved one’s caregiver. If you are faced with the prospect of becoming your mother’s caregiver, you may be trying to determine whether this is something that you can or even should do. There are several signs that could indicate they should talk to her about hiring a professional in-home care provider rather than doing this yourself. ... Read more

Is it Time For Your Parents to Downsize Their Home?

Elder Care in Houston, TX – Strategies to Help Aging Parents Downsize Their Home There comes a time in everyone’s life where downsizing is a necessity. There’s the move to a smaller living space or there’s simply been too much accumulation of stuff. The tasks can certainly be daunting. When the time comes for your aging parents to downsize their home, there can be some challenges. Keep reading to find out some strategies you can use to overcome some of these challenges ... Read more

Warmest Birthday Wishes to Dorsey Halbouty turning 102 Sept 26, 2014

Announcement Posting 9/16/14 Personal Caregiving Services is pleased to extend our warmest birthday wishes to Dorsey Halbouty who is turning 102 wonderful and blessed years on September 26, 2014. Dorsey has been a client of PCS since 2008 when she was a mere youngster at 96 years old. Appearances can certainly fool you! In the photo taken of Dorsey three years ago with the agency owner, Sid Gerber, Dorsey certainly looks younger than 99! It has truly been an honor for PCS to provide assistance ... Read more

Did You Know September is Self-Improvement Month?

One Caregiver’s Ideas In Houston, TX on How to Self -Improve As people age, they tend to ask less and less questions than they used to. It appears that we become less curious as we grow older. We accept more things as they are and quit asking why. For those who have raised young children, they know what it’s like to be asked “why?” or “what if?” multiple times each day. Unfortunately, some adults just answer with “that’s just the way it is” ... Read more

Elder Care in Katy TX- A Long History

A Little History of Elder Care Services It’s generally assumed that caring for each other is an inborn human trait. There is evidence from many years ago that elderly people received care. In 2013 archaeologists uncovered some very interesting evidence of this theory. They found the bones of an early human who was alive approximately 500,000 years ago. That’s half a million years! This early human’s bones showed signs that he was both aged and disabled and probably couldn’t carry anything and ... Read more
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