Live chat with experts: Cindy and Christina Harden-Weiss
As your loved one transitions from a medical facility back into their own home, there’s often many important questions you as a family caregiver must prepare for. Is his or her home safe? Do they have the proper medical equipment needed for the transition? Will they need a care professional? And if so, is your loved one prepared to have them in the home? Join this #CaregiverCat as Dr. lakelyn hogan Eichenberger, gerontologist and caregiving advocate for Home Instead, chats with Adaptive Equipment & Caregiving Corner founders Cindy and Christina Hardin-Weiss about the ins and outs of the transition, as well as valuable tips to make you a smarter, less-stressed caregiver.
Participants in the chat will learn:
- Three items in the home that are essential to evaluate when returning home
- Quick caregiving hacks that will save you time, money and stress
- Durable medical equipment and places to find it that many people don’t know about
- Preparing your loved one for having professionals in the home
Cindy and Christina Harden-Weiss
Cindy’s background is home healthcare. Her passion is to assist people in maintaining their independence, especially when it makes the difference in their ability to remain in their home. Christina has spent most of her career treating patients in skilled nursing facilities. She enjoys working with individuals living with dementia and their families, as well as those that have difficulty eating, chewing and swallowing due to illness or disease. The two founded AECorner in 2015 because they were seeing too many seniors struggle with caring for themselves. AECorner.com is a trusted resource for individuals looking for information regarding how to help seniors safely age in place and help caregivers work smarter and not harder while providing daily care.