1. In-Home Care For Seniors With Diabetes

    November is National Diabetes Awareness Month, a time of the year where organizations help to bring awareness to diabetes. When loved one has been diagnosed with diabetes, it can be a confusing time for everyone involved. It is important to remember that with proper management, a person with diabetes can live a long, healthy, and full life, even if they need the assistance of an in-home caregiver.…Read More

  2. Discover What Makes Our Caregivers Truly The Best

    What truly sets us apart from other senior care agencies is our caregivers. We believe that we have the best caregivers in Texas and, not to toot our own horn, but probably the country. So what makes Best In-Home Care caregivers different? It all starts with our hiring process. A Strict Hiring Process For Caregivers When hiring caregivers, we have incredibly high standards because we provide incre…Read More

  3. In-Home Care For Veterans

    Best In-Home Care is grateful for the service that veterans and their spouses have given our country, and provide Veteran’s Benefits for qualifying service members who need in-home senior care. While in-home care is often covered for veterans, many veterans do not seek assistance in their own home. This can be for several reasons. While our military today works hard to encourage veterans to seek…Read More

  4. What People Are Saying About Best In-Home Care

    We know that you have options when it comes to choosing an in-home care provider for yourself or your loved one, and we thank you for considering Best In-Home Care. Our standard is in our name - we like to provide the best home care for seniors and respite care for elderly family members throughout Lubbock. But don’t just take our word for it. Take a few moments to read these reviews from the sa…Read More

  5. 3 Illnesses That Might Require In-Home Care

    Deciding when is the right time to start thinking about in-home senior care for an aging parent can be difficult. There is an emotional toll when you face the fact that the person who took care of you for your entire life may now require someone to take care of them. But there is also the burden of deciding when in-home care should start. You don’t want to have a caregiver come in too early if y…Read More

  6. Five Myths About In-Home Care For Seniors

    We know that for some families, making the move to in-home care for ailing loved ones can be a difficult decision. You are faced with the fact that your relative is getting older and may not be able to take care of themselves, and hiring outside help for someone you love can be scary. It is normal to feel this way before seeking the help of professional home caregivers, but choosing the right comp…Read More

  7. The Right Respite Care

    We have talked a little bit before about respite care. The word ‘respite’ means to rest or to take a break from something. Respite care offers people who are full-time caregivers to ailing family members just that: a chance to take a break and rest for a bit. And we at Best In-Home Care know how important that rest can be. Why Do I Need A Respite Caregiver? Imagine yourself some time in the fu…Read More

  8. 3 More Slip And Fall Hazards For Seniors In Lubbock

    In a previous blog post, we discussed the issue of slip and fall hazards in the home, and how these issues, which seem insignificant to the rest of us, can put the lives of our senior loved ones at risk. The slip and fall hazards addressed in our previous post included throw rugs, poor lighting, and even pets. Read the full post here. In today’s blog, we’d like to continue this discussion abou…Read More

  9. Who Are Home Care Workers?

    We’ve written many different articles extolling the virtues of home health care in general, and the services we provide here at Best In-Home Care in Lubbock, Texas. We believe that when it comes to striking a balance between the sustainability of independence and providing a safe, comfortable lifestyle for seniors, home health care provides a solution that few other options can rival. Choosing t…Read More

  10. Getting The Right Care For Seniors After A Stay In The Hospital

    Hospitalization is typically a health care choice reserved for serious events that threaten our wellness, like an acute disease or traumatic injury. Unfortunately, these events can become more frequent during the senior years. Both compromised immune systems and fall hazards in the home can make hospitalization necessary from time to time, but it is always the hope of family and health care profes…Read More