Finding Behavioral Support Outside of the School System

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People with disabilities, seniors, and others often need positive behavior support to help them live independently. When individuals reach their early 20s, new choices often must be made as they leave...

The People You’ll Meet as an In-Home Care Provider

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There are few more rewarding careers than being an in-home care provider and helping people who live with disabilities and seniors maintain their independence. Being able to stay at home, close to sup...

Easy Meals Caregivers and In-Home Providers Can Prepare

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People living with disabilities and seniors often have busy schedules. They attend community presentations, support group meetings, and educational programs. Medical appointments, errands, and fun act...

Accessing Autism Support Through ODP: Everything You Need to Know

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Accessing autism services is made easier with Liberty Resources Home Choices. We partner with the Office of Development Programs (ODP) at the Department of Human Services to bring a wide array of auti...

Fun Conversation Starters for Caregivers Working in the Home

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When you’re a caregiver who is meeting the person you’ll be helping for the first time, conversation starters are always helpful to ease into the relationship. Liberty Resources Home Choices provides ...

Why Socializing Is Important for Seniors

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Having friends and social groups is necessary at any age. But it’s an especially important component of senior care since strong social ties can support health and independence in older adults. Here, ...

How to Exercise with a Walker

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As we age, using a walker for assistance may be necessary. A walker not only helps a senior stay mobile and independent, but it can also be a great exercise aid. Here, Liberty Resources Home Choices o...

Signs of Dementia to Watch Out for in Seniors

Senior woman consoling older man

Friends and families should watch for certain dementia symptoms in their beloved seniors. Knowing what these signs are and how to respond compassionately can help the senior manage these symptoms and ...

Signs It’s Time to Consider Respite Care

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Everyone needs a break sometimes — this statement is especially true for caregivers. Those caring for loved ones spend their days (and often nights) assisting those who need it most, whether it’s a se...

What a Typical Day Looks Like for a Caregiver

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Whether it is because of age or certain medical conditions, not everyone can go about their daily lives without assistance. From getting help with groceries to needing a hand with things around the ho...

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