1. Protecting Your Elderly Loved Ones From COVID-19

    Unless you’ve had your head buried in the sand for the last month or so, there’s no way you haven’t heard about COVID 19, otherwise known as the Coronavirus. As a topic of discussion, COVID 19 is becoming more ubiquitous by the day. The news is talking about it, your family and friends are probably talking about it, and it’s starting to affect a lot of areas of our day-to-day life. Busines…Read More

  2. 4 Tips to Remember If You Have a Loved One With Alzheimer’s

    If you’re here on our website reading our blog, it’s safe to assume that you have a loved one who is in need of some care. There are many reasons why the elderly need home care in their advanced age — at a certain point, the body just starts breaking down, and it’s important to be there for them when it happens. One of the most heartbreaking and difficult conditions is Alzheimer’s diseas…Read More

  3. What Are a Caregiver’s Duties?

    Did you know that many of our senior caregivers at Wilson Care didn’t originally have intentions of going into that career? But, in some way another, they realized that their unique combination of skills could be put to good use in helping the elderly. At Wilson Care, we’re always looking for qualified candidates for our CNA jobs. But one of the questions we hear the most is “what are a care…Read More

  4. Halloween Festivities That Can Be Enjoyed By Seniors

    Whoever said that getting older means you can’t enjoy the fun stuff in life? Specifically, who says you can’t go all-in on fun Halloween festivities even in your elder years? We certainly don’t believe that seniors are exempt from celebrating Halloween at Wilson Care, and even if your body is no longer what it once was, there are plenty of activities that are fun for people of all ages and b…Read More

  5. Foods to Avoid in Your Elderly Years

    In terms of dietary choices, the seniors of today have been through quite a wild ride. On the older edge of the spectrum, seniors in their 80s and 90s will have been born in the 30s and 40s, before America was permanently changed by the widespread proliferation of fast food and artificial ingredients. Even in the 50s where most 70-somethings were born, the food landscape of America was highly diff…Read More

  6. Benefits of Homecare After Surgery

    There’s no doubt about it, when you go into surgery, you’re not just worried about how the surgery will go, you’re worried about how you’ll feel when you wake up after surgery. If we're honest, most patients don’t feel the best. They may be in pain, or be worried about how quickly they’ll be able to get back to their normal day-to-day life. If you’re worried about all the above, it…Read More

  7. Do You Need Respite Care?

    If you have been a caregiver to someone you love for a while now, we’re sure you could use a break. There’s nothing wrong with needing a break to take a vacation or to live life to the best of your ability. In our eyes, everyone needs a break, even caregivers like you! And, there’s nothing wrong with that. With respite care, you’ll be able to take that vacation you’ve been wanting to boo…Read More

  8. What Do Homecare Nurses Do?

    Homecare is a way for you or your loved one to get the care they need when they need it most. It can be devastating to put your life on hold in order to care for someone you love. Although you love this person dearly, it can be hard for you to set aside every hour of every day to care for them. If you live in Honolulu and are searching for compassionate homecare nurses to provide your loved one wi…Read More

  9. Is Homecare the Right Decision for You or Your Loved One?

    Homecare is a service anyone who requires it will benefits. Whether you need homecare daily to live an active and free lifestyle or you need it for one week while you recover from surgery, our home health care providers at Wilson Care in Honolulu can provide you with all the homecare services you need, along with informative and relative advice you want.   Homecare is much more than caring for an…Read More

  10. Advantages of In-Homecare

    For many people, they’re saddened when they realize they should be taken care of in a nursing home or assisted living facility. Not only is this detrimental to their emotional health, but their physical health may start to deteriorate as well. However, if you or a loved one think it’s time help is introduced into your or their life, know there’s another way: Homecare in Honolulu. In our prev…Read More