Home Health Care Can Better Quality Of Life

Aging is natural but it isn’t the easiest path for many elders. Normal activities that they took for granted become harder to do. They face new challenges everyday and it can be difficult for the senior and their families to cope with these changes.

Often, family members change their lifestyle and try to manage the needs of the senior in the best way they can. But, the toll that care giving can take on a family member may be more than they can handle. The best way to help a senior deal with the challenges of aging is to get an outside caregiver who is experienced in the needs of an aging senior and can offer the support that they need.

Why getting a caregiver is a better option for you and your senior?

Daily living activities will be taken care of
An experienced caregiver will take care of all the grooming activities of your elderly, from bathing, to helping them in the toilet, right down to combing their hair.

Looking fresh and being dressed well helps make a senior feel better about themselves.


A caregiver offers constant companionship which is what a senior needs. Having someone around to talk to, and watch their favourite serials with, means a lot to them and can pep up their day.

Aging well in the comfort of the home

One of the biggest fears an elder has, is being shipped off to a care home, away from everything they are familiar with. Most seniors would like to spend their golden years in the comfort of their own homes. Appointing an in-home caregiver helps them stay safe and be cared for in familiar surroundings.

Get help from Sirina Home Health Care

At Sirina Home Health Care , we offer a customized home care solution that will suit your needs. Give us a call at +91 9025 887777 and we can help you figure out a home care solution that works for you and your elder. Visit www.sirinahealth.com to take a look at the health care solutions that we offer.


Hear what our Sirina Family members have to say about their experiences of healing, care & recovery, with us.

“I felt very bad when I had to place my dad in transitional care but we just couldn’t manage at home anymore. But, the staff at Sirina look after him so well and they care for him like his own family or even better that I’m now glad that we made the decision to shift him. They take care of all his needs and his health has improved a lot since we placed him in their care. My heartfelt gratitude to all the hardworking staff at Sirina! ”

– S. Krishnamurthy, Alwarpet, Chennai

Enjoy the Small Pleasures of Retirement

It’s finally here, retirement, the best time of your life. You are finally finished with the hectic pace of juggling work, children and home, and now have the time to do all the things that you have wanted to do. People usually have a bucket list of things to do when they retire. Some of these may include big dreams, like travelling to exotic places or moving back to your hometown. But, remember to enjoy the small joys of retirement too.

Some Small Pleasures of Retirement:

No More Monday Morning Blues
Most people dread Monday mornings as the drudge of a working week stretches endlessly before them. As a retiree, you can welcome Mondays as a great start to a peaceful week.

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Tips to Avoid Social Isolation in the Elderly

As people age, they go through a number of changes physically and mentally. Having to adapt to changing circumstances, altered social dynamics and decrease in self-esteem can affect the mental health of seniors. Theymay slowly start withdrawing from society. This could lead to social isolation, which in turn can lead to loneliness and depression.

Some common problems that cause social isolation include:

  • Physical impairments
  • Age related hearing loss
  • Age related vision loss
  • Incontinence
  • Impaired mobility due to illness

Mental and cognitive impairments

  • Alzheimer’s
  • Dementia
  • Memory loss

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Laughter The Best Medicine

A guy spots a sign outside a house that reads “Talking Dog for Sale.” Intrigued, he walks in.

“So what have you done with your life?” he asks the dog.

“I’ve led a very full life,” says the dog. “I lived in the Alps rescuing avalanche victims. Then I served my country in Iraq. And now I spend my days reading to the residents of a retirement home.”

The guy is flabbergasted. He asks the dog’s owner, “Why on Earth would you want to get rid of an incredible dog like that?”

The owner says, “Because he’s a liar! He never did any of that!”

Courtesy – Readers Digest