March 6, 2019 by Dean Bellefeuille

Sometimes, the best lessons in life come through experiencing them firsthand; yet the wisdom we can glean from those who’ve walked a similar path before us is invaluable. If you’re providing care for a loved one with dementia and feeling a bit overwhelmed in this uncharted territory, the tips below can help: (more…)

 March 23, 2017 by Dean Bellefeuille

As Jane Austen once said, “There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort.” And for those with a chronic illness, like multiple sclerosis (MS), comfort is essential, as is remaining safe. If a loved one has been diagnosed, the initial step in providing MS home care should be to make the appropriate modifications to the home so that it is a safe, comfortable sanctuary, and not a hazardous place.


 March 27, 2014 by Dean Bellefeuille

Everyone knows there’s no place like home, and most of us would like to remain there as long as possible as we age. With the help of a professional in-home caregiver, the possibility of avoiding a move to a nursing home can become a reality, allowing for comfort, independence and self-reliance – huge benefits in and of themselves, but consider some of these additional benefits as well:

  • Family ties. Home care allows families to stay closer and family members tend to be more involved with the care when their loved one is at home. (more…)