Senior Home Care Can Help Improve Memory

Memory Loss: Senior Home Care Centennial NV Senior home care is an excellent resource to help your loved one practice their cognitive skills and maintain their overall memory.

Alzheimer’s Care Advice for Family Caregivers

Family Caregivers: Alzheimer's Care Anthem NV Alzheimer’s care providers can be an excellent benefit to family caregivers, allowing their experience to provide help and knowledge.

Home Care Assistance Tips for Seniors with Diabetes

Senior Diabetes: Home Care Assistance North Las Vegas NV Home care assistance is an essential part of daily care for senior loved ones who are diabetic.

Companion Care at Home Signs of Strokes in Seniors

Stroke Symptoms and Recovery: Companion Care at Home Henderson NV Companion care at home can assist in noticing the signs of stroke and aiding with the recovery effort.

4 Features Seniors Should Look For in a New Car

Getting a New Car: Senior Home Care Seven Hills NV Seniors who are no longer driving can have senior home care help them get where they need to go. But, if your senior is still driving, here are some new car features worth upgrading to.

Caregiver Appreciation at Companion Crest Home Care!

Compassion Crest Home Care loves recognizing our hardworking, compassionate caregivers who dedicate their time taking care of our aging and disabled population in the Las Vegas area.

The Big Benefits of Seniors Aging in Place

Aging in Place: Home Care Anthem NV Aging in place, especially with the help of home care professionals, offers some massive benefits to seniors so they can remain comfortable in their own home.

4 Ways To Reassure A Senior Parent With Alzheimer’s

Reassuring Senior Parents: Alzheimer's Care North Las Vegas NV Reassuring your senior parents with Alzheimer's can be difficult, but there are positive ways to show them everything is okay without words.

Compassion Crest’s Paul Butterfield Delivers Valentine’s Handouts to Senior Community Organizations

For the month of February, Paul has been handing out valentine's and has enjoyed meeting the fabulous people who work hard to make the lives of our Senior Community better.

February is National Senior Independence Month

National Senior Independence Month Senior Care Las Vegas NV At Compassion Crest Home Care, we recognize many special days in February. But one in particular, National Senior Independence Month, we work all year for!

Relieving Constipation in Your Elderly Loved One

Personal Care at Home Las Vegas, NV: Relieving Constipation If your senior needs help finding or taking natural remedies, this may be something personal care at home can help with.

How To Talk To A Senior Parent About In-Home Care

In-Home Care North Las Vegas, NV: Seniors and In-Home Care In-home care helps seniors stay safely in their homes as they get older by providing support and assistance.

Seven Reasons Your Dad’s Knees Are Aching and How to Help Him

Senior Home Care Summerlin, NV: Knee Pain and Seniors Osteoarthritis in the knees is one of the more common reasons your dad may start experiencing pain.

Year End Holiday Party

We were pleased to host a great luncheon to celebrate all the hard work our caregivers have done throughout 2022.

Tips To Help Seniors Stay on Budget When Holiday Shopping

Home Care Green Valley, NV: Holiday Shopping It’s easy to go off budget when holiday shopping, but seniors who want to stick to a budget this year can absolutely stay on budget when shopping for holiday gifts.

Four Ideas for Keeping Your Senior’s Stress Under Better Control

Companion Care at Home North Las Vegas, NV: Seniors and Stress If your elderly family member wants to reduce her stress levels, there are lots of ideas that can help her to do just that.

Signs Your Elderly Loved One Is Unhappy

Home Care North Las Vegas, NV: Seniors and Unhappiness Senior years may be challenging because of complications that interfere with emotional well-being, leading to more significant health issues.

Why Is In-Home Care Important if Your Dad Lives Alone?

In-Home Care Las Vegas, NV: Living Alone Two of the most important conversations to have with your dad are how confident he feels living on his own and what his goals for aging are.

Tips for Approaching Your Dad About His Need for Elder Care Services

Elder Care Las Vegas, NV: Elder Care Services It's clear that your dad needs help to complete his daily to-do list, but you and your siblings still work full-time.

Use Senior Home Care to Help With Back-to-School Conflicts

Senior Home Care Anthem, NV: Home Care Help Now that school is back in session, you're struggling to balance everything you need to get done.

September Caregiver of the Month

Caregiver of the Month Kristina provides endless support, compassion, assistance, and care to all of her clients (and their family).

A Look Back at What Happened in August

August News Compassion Crest Home Care hosted our local Spotlight Breakfast event to celebrate our Grand Opening in our new office location.

We’re Hiring!

Compassion Crest Is Hiring! Compassion Crest is hiring caregivers right now!

Risk Factors for Throat Cancer

Home Care Anthem, NV: Throat Cancer With that knowledge, you can assess if your parent has some of the risk factors, thus making a more serious diagnosis more possible to occur.

Tips for Spending Quality Time With Your Mom When Communication Is Challenging

Alzheimer's Care Las Vegas, NV: Quality Time When communication is clearly becoming an issue, what can you do? These tips help you spend quality time together.

4 Ways Home Care Assistance Makes Life Easier For Seniors

Home Care Services Las Vegas, NV: Assistance and Seniors With modern technology and home care assistance seniors can safely grow older in their homes where they want to be close to their loved ones.

Easy Healthy Breakfasts For Seniors

Often seniors don’t want to cook meals for themselves or they have a hard time cooking meals for themselves.

Six Tips for Decluttering Without Making Your Mom Anxious

Home Care Southern Highlands, NV: Tips for Decluttering Your mom's home is pretty cluttered. She keeps buying things she doesn't really need, and you just don't understand why.

Can Personal Care at Home Help a Parent With Osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis is a disease where the bones thin and become brittle. If a person with osteoporosis falls, the risk of a severe bone fracture is high.

Tips for Maintaining Mental Health in the Elderly

Companion Care at Home in Las Vegas, NV: Mental Health Many people think depression is a simple case of an overwhelming feeling of sadness or loneliness.

The Mediterranean Diet and Your Senior

Senior Care North Las Vegas, NV: Mediterranean Diet It’s International Mediterranean Diet Month, so it’s a good idea to see how this way of eating can help your senior.

The Best Wind Down Activities For Seniors

24-Hour Home Care in Anthem, NV: Wind Down Activities Millions of people struggle to get the kind of restful sleep they need to be healthy.

Definite Ways for Senior Citizens to Be Healthier and More Active

Home Care in Green Valley, NV: Healthy and Active These are some definite ways to get your elderly loved one to eat healthier and be more active.

Six Ways to Give Back to Your Community During National Volunteer Month

Elder Care in Las Vegas, NV: National Volunteer Month During National Volunteer Month in April, join your mom and dad and find ways to give back to your community.

Tips to Feeling Youthful for the Elderly

Companion Care at Home in Las Vegas, NV: Feeling Youthful One of the best tips for feeling youthful is to live a positive lifestyle with both thinking and actions.

Learn All About Yoga and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease

If your elderly loved one doesn’t already practice yoga, it may be something that you want to learn more about, especially if they have Alzheimer’s disease.

How Can the Internet Benefit Your Elderly Loved One

Are you looking for ways to improve your communication or connecting with your elderly loved one?

Is Your Elderly Loved One Stuck Home? Make the Best of It with Healthy Eating Changes

One issue that many senior citizens face when they are home a lot is not eating healthy.

First Signs to Look for That Might Signify Diabetes in Senior Citizens

Do you think your elderly loved one has diabetes? Maybe, you aren’t sure, but from what you have heard they could have this condition.

Eye Care Tips For Seniors

January is National Eye Care Month and it’s a fantastic time for seniors and their families to learn how seniors can take better care of their eyes.

Six Activities That Boost Your Mood

Winter can be challenging, especially in cold climates where it's snowy and icy.

Best and Safest Exercises for Senior Citizens

Senior citizens need to be extra cautious when they are exercising.

New Memory Games for Seniors With Dementia

Seniors with dementia or another form of Alzheimer’s will need help practicing using their memory.

November is National Sleep Comfort Month

November is a month that is full of awareness and bringing attention to important things.

How Does Loss of Independence Affect Elderly Adults?

Learning more about how the loss of independence affects elderly adults can allow you to better help your elderly loved one with this issue.

What To Do When Your Senior Loved One Forgets Your Visits And Calls

When you have a senior parent with Alzheimer’s it can sometimes feel like you’re always trying to figure out how to adjust to their reality.

Elderly Care Tips for Family Caregivers

Are you trying to take care of your elderly loved one in the best ways you possibly can?

How Home Care Can Help a Senior with Lewy Body Dementia

Lewy body dementia (LBD) is a disease that can make the care of an elderly person very challenging.

5 Ways Seniors Can Keep Their Skin Healthy

Seniors need to make sure that they are taking good care of their skin.

How Senior Care Can Help Manage Diabetes

That is one of the reasons having a caregiver at home can genuinely help seniors manage a healthy lifestyle.

Is Your Senior Experiencing Behavioral Changes You Don’t Understand?

Sometimes your first indication that something isn’t right for your senior involves changes in her behavior and her interactions with you.

Four Ways to Make Your Parents’ Garage Safer

Muscle weakness, joint pain, medication side effects, and health conditions all impact stability while walking around or going up and down the stairs.

Elder Care Can Help Seniors with Alzheimer’s Cope with the Changes They’ll Experience

June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month and this disease can devastate individuals and families, especially when those people aren’t prepared for what’s to come.

Help Your Elderly Loved One Sleep Better with These Tips

As people get older, their body and mind change. While this looks different for everyone, most elderly people do have some issues with sleeping.

A Three-Step Plan to Healthier Diets for Your Parents

Many older adults have spent so many years eating foods that are convenient but not the healthiest choice.

Best Exercises for All Ages – Even the Elderly

Exercise is beneficial to the health for people of all ages. This even includes the elderly.

What Sort of Help Does Your Senior Need?

Understanding what help your senior needs can ensure that you’re able to line that help up for her.

Can Dancing Offer Benefits for Your Elderly Loved One

Are you looking for a way to help your elderly loved one age slower?

Anger Triggers in Dementia: What Do You Need to Know?

It is always beneficial to anticipate behavioral changes in your elderly loved one before they occur.

Signs You May Be Getting Burned Out as a Family Caregiver

As a family caregiver, you might be overwhelmed with pressure, stress, and anxiety.

What Can Regular Exercise Do for Your Aging Adult?

Exercising on a regular basis does a lot for your elderly family member.

Everything You Need to Do After Your Dad’s Stroke

You will need help caring for your dad. Make sure you've hired senior care aides to make sure you can do things for yourself.

Preventing Hypothermia When Inside

We may not think about getting hypothermia while inside our homes, but did you know that living in a cold house or apartment can cause hypothermia, especially in your aging parent?

Make the Most of the Conversations with Your Elderly Loved One

Are you having a tough time communicating with your elderly loved one?

Talking to Someone Who Was Just Diagnosed with Dementia

Was your elderly loved one just diagnosed with dementia? If so, they may instantly be in shock or it could take a while for the diagnosis to set in their mind.

What Can You Do for a Senior Experiencing Chronic Pain?

Chronic pain is not something that’s simple to eradicate, but there may be some other things your senior can try.

Talking Points That Engage Everyone During Holiday Gatherings

COVID-19 is still on many people's minds this year. Large holiday gatherings are cautioned against in some areas, but families may still hold smaller gatherings.

Flexibility and Giving Clear Instructions: Best Tips to Get Help for Your Elderly Loved One

If you are a caregiver for an elderly loved one, you need to understand that not everyone can be there all the time.

Food Safety Is a Vital Step in Staying Healthy

Each year, around 48 million people end up with a foodborne illness.

Lifestyle Factors That Could Improve Your Elderly Loved One’s Brain Health

There are many elderly people who experience a brain health issue.

How Elderly Care Can Prevent Food Poisoning in Seniors

An elderly care provider can make certain all groceries are put away properly and refrigerate leftovers to prevent spoiling.

Five Examples of “Normal” Memory Trouble

When is memory trouble normal?

Tips for Improving Quality of Life for Your Elderly Loved One Even if They Don’t Have Great Vision

Many senior citizens don’t have great vision. They might need contact lenses or glasses to see better.

Ways to Make Life More Comfortable with Rheumatoid Arthritis

When an aging relative suffers from rheumatoid arthritis (RA), it can be difficult to see them in pain.

How Smart Appliances Help Your Mom With Kitchen Chores

Smart appliances are something you should consider to make her daily activities easier to handle.

Four Ways to Manage Differences in Concerns

You and your senior may not be on the same page when it comes to you being concerned about her health and safety.

Let a Makeover Improve Your Outlook as a Family Caregiver

When was the last time you took a day off and pampered yourself?

Ways to Help Your Elderly Loved One Overcome Depression

Depression can take over someone’s life in every possible way.

One Coronavirus Myth Your Aging Relative Must Avoid

Media sources, including the Internet, have been inundated with news of the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

How to Help a Senior with Dementia Get Dressed

Around the end of the early stage of dementia, older adults may begin to have trouble dressing themselves.

Preparation Tips Before Hiring Home Care Providers

As a family caregiver, it is important that you take care of yourself, as well as your loved one.

Are Your Senior’s Pets at Risk of Giving Her the Coronavirus?

There’s a lot of uncertainty about the new coronavirus. Your senior might even be wondering if she or her pets can catch the virus from each other.

Appreciating Our Caregivers

Appreciating our caregivers is what we LOVE to do.

Accepting New Clients

During these challenging times, Compassion Crest continues to accept new clients needing care.

Six Ways an E-Reader Will Make It Easier For Your Dad

Help him make the decision. E-readers can be beneficial to avid readers in these six ways.

See How Others Care for Aging Parents by Watching These Movies

When you've never had to help an older adult, navigating the balance of pushing to get things done and being respectful of feelings is challenging.

Networking With The Bridge

We love to network with "like minded" business owners. We were able to visit "The Bridge of Paradise Valley" and see their assisted living community.

Celebrating Etivise our Caregiver of the Month

She has a desire to care for our Seniors and a deep compassion for the work she does.

Four Solutions to Try When Your Senior’s Driving Is Getting Worrisome

What do you do when you’re worried your senior can’t drive any longer?

What Do You Know about Hydration and Aging Adults?

Understanding how water helps your senior can help you both to keep her properly hydrated.

Four Times Chest Pain Is an Emergency Situation

Have you or your senior wondered when chest pain might be an emergency?

How to Keep up Relationships as a Caregiver

As a caregiver you might feel as if you just don’t have time for everything, including relationships with others you care about.

Four Ways to Spot a Need for Help from Farther Away

When you and your senior live far apart, it’s not so easy to know when she needs a little more help.

Why Is Your Senior’s Skin So Dry?

Colder weather brings all sorts of issues, like dry and irritated skin.

3 Ways to Monitor Cancer Treatment at Home

Elderly care providers can assist older adults with filling out the monitoring tools.

Foods that Fight Acid Reflux

Senior care providers can help your aging relative to reduce instances of acid reflux.

How Social Media Can Help Family Caregivers

Being a family caregiver to an aging parent or loved one can be a tough, and sometimes thankless job.

Rheumatoid Arthritis and Your Senior

People with Rheumatoid arthritis experience different reactions during flares, with a varying degree in intensity, frequency, and duration, but if treated right away they are usually reversible.

Ask These Three Questions When Planning Post-Stroke Care Plans

You don't have to do this alone. Call a home care agency and talk to a specialist about home care following a stroke.

Celebrate “Save your Photos Month” in September by Organizing and Sharing Your Elderly Loved One’s Photos

Make it a joint project in September for you and your loved one for whom you are caregiving to do a little each day

Hair Care for Seniors

Many hairstyling tools are heavy or difficult to use, so seniors may find themselves unable to style their hair as effectively as they used to when they were younger.

Four Reminders about Caregiving Just for You

When you’re deep in the midst of caregiving, it can be tough to remember some important keys.

Some Kind Words From a Wonderful Client

Some Kind Words From a Wonderful Client

Another Great Review From a Beloved Client

Another Great Review From a Beloved Client

Our Caregivers Are Always Grateful for Their Longevity Bonus

Longevity Bonus.. I love rewarding our terrific caregivers and employees . We have a generous Annual Longevity Bonus implemented recognizing the years on our team. These are some of the comments we received.

Grand Opening Of a New Senior Living Community

We are enjoying the Grand Opening of a new Luxurious Senior Living Community.

Do You Really Need Sleep?

Elderly Care Las Vegas NV: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome As a caregiver, you might comfort yourself about your lack of sleep by telling yourself it doesn’t matter. But it does.

Four Warning Signs Your Senior Needs More from You

Home Care Southern Highla, CA:Your Senior Needs More from You There are some distinct warning signs that you might be overlooking in your senior’s behavior.

How to Prioritize Self-care as a Caregiver

Elder Care Centennial, NV: Prioritize Self-care Self-care is a foreign concept for many caregivers, but it really shouldn’t be.

Client Testimonials

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What Kinds of Changes Aren’t So Good?

Senior Care Summerlin, NV: Changes and Seniors If you live far away from your aging adult, you need to know what sorts of changes are ones you need to pay more attention to.

What Problems Might You Run into in Helping Your Senior Avoid a Fall?

Caregiver Henderson, NV: Helping Seniors Avoid Falls You might have a fantastic plan for helping your senior avoid falling, but that doesn’t mean she’s on board.

Caring for Eczema Flare-Ups in Elderly Adults

Elderly Care Anthem, NV: Caring for Eczema Flare-Ups in Elderly Adults Winter eczema leads to excessive dry skin on an aging relative’s arms, face, neck, chest, back or legs. Without proper treatment during a winter flare-up, an elderly adult’s skin can get irritated and painful with the possibility of developing ulcers.

How to Tell if a Senior Has Pericarditis

Home Care Henderson NV Seniors with Pericarditis Pericarditis is a condition that causes the protective sac around the house to become inflamed. It can occur after an injury, such as from a car accident, or an illness, such as cancer.

How to Troubleshoot Sleep Problems with Your Senior

Elder Care Summerlin NV: How to Troubleshoot Sleep Problems with Your Senior Excerpt: Sleep problems can affect many areas of your senior's life, so it's important to help her to resolve them.

Can You Care for Your Senior When You Are Sick?

Senior Care Summerlin NV: Can You Care for Your Senior When You Are Sick? Being a family caregiver for your aging parent is a tremendous responsibility and one you don't take lightly. This means you likely don't want to think about not being able to fulfill your care tasks for them, even if you are not totally yourself, such as when you are sick.

How Can You Reduce Your Senior’s Risk of Blood Clots?

Caregiver Henderson NV: How Can You Reduce Your Senior's Risk of Blood Clots? Experts estimate that there are around 900,000 cases of blood clots throughout the United States each year. As many as 300,000 of these cases will be fatal. As a family caregiver, it is extremely important to recognize the danger associated with blood clots and your elderly loved one's individual risk factors.

Do You Know the Symptoms of a Heart Attack in Seniors?

Home Care Henderson NV Seniors with Pericarditis In the movies and on TV, when someone is having a heart attack, they clutch their chest dramatically and everyone around them knows what is happening. In real life, however, heart attacks are often not so clear. Many seniors waste valuable minutes or even hours unaware because they and their family car

Helping Your Parent Deal with the Emotional Impact of a Fall

Home Care North Las Vegas NV: Helping Your Parent Deal with the Emotional Impact of a Fall The emotional impact of a fall can often be as devastating as the physical impact. Your parent is likely to go through physical pain and challenges associated with any injury they might sustain, but that is only the beginning. The fall itself, as well as the injury, can result in serious emotional consequences including depression, anxiety, fear, and hopelessness.

What is Dry Eye?

Senior Care Anthem NV: What is Dry Eye? Dry eye is an uncomfortable condition that can affect an older adult’s quality of life. It occurs when the tear ducts don’t produce enough tears or if the tears they do produce aren’t of a good quality. Having dry eye can make eyes appear red and feel like they are stinging or burning. Dry eye becomes more likely as people age. Knowing more about dry eye could help you recognize the signs in your older family member.

4 Kinds of Arthritis You Should Know About

Elder Care Anthem NV: 4 Kinds of Arthritis You Should Know About Did you know that arthritis isn’t a single medical condition? It’s actually a general term for over 100 conditions that cause joint pain.

Easing Holiday Stress for a Family Caregiver

Caregiver North Las Vegas NV: Easing Holiday Stress for a Family Caregiver Family caregivers are far more susceptible to stress and the potential consequences related to stress than adults who have not taken on the responsibility of caring for an elderly adult. This stress can become even more intense during challenging times such as the holiday season.

What is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

Elderly Care Las Vegas NV: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a condition that is often diagnosed when a person is between the ages of 40 and 50. It isn’t curable, which means that it affects older adults. If your aging relative has CFS, understanding the condition and how it affects them can help you to better care for them.

Home Care Providers Might Be What Your Senior’s Skin Care Routine Needs

Managing your senior's skin care needs might be more complicated than you or she might think. As her health changes, her skin reflects those changes. Having help to deal with those differences can make the situation a lot easier for her and for you.

How Do You Help When Your Mom’s Doctor Wants Her to Lose Weight?

Senior Care North Las Vegas, NV: Your mom is overweight. Her doctor told her she needs to lose at least 10 percent of her current body weight to try to prevent diabetes. She's been told to see a dietitian. She's more likely to accept your help than she is a stranger's. Here's how you can help her.

Your Senior and Driving

Elder Care in North Las Vegas: Your Senior and Driving Elder Care in North Las Vegas: Driving is such a touchy topic for aging adults and for the caregivers who love them. You don't want to tell your senior that she can't drive anymore, but you don't want to see her hurt in an accident, either.

Making Your Parent’s Kitchen Safer in Kitchen and Bath Month

Caregiver in Las Vegas NV: Making Your Parent's Kitchen Safer Caregiver in Las Vegas NV: The kitchen is often considered the heart of the home, especially during times of gathering and holidays. Unfortunately, it can be a dangerous and challenging place for your aging parent.

Kind Words from a Client’s Family

Kind Words from a Client's Family Kind Words from a Client's Family: My mom has been under the care of compassion crest and sadly will soon be moving to a long term care facility. MY mom, wife and i could not be more pleased with the services my mom received from compassion crest.

Reasons I’m Grateful This Fall Season

Reasons I'm Grateful This Fall Season Reasons I'm Grateful This Fall Season: This fall season brings thoughts of gratitude and appreciation. I am grateful for my clients and their families.

Caregiver of the Month

Caregiver of the Month Caregiver of the Month: Compassion Crest loves to acknowledge caregivers "going the extra mile."

5 Psoriasis Myths and What You Should Know About Them

Home Care in Seven Hills NV: Psoriasis Myths Home Care in Seven Hills NV: There are 7.6 million psoriasis sufferers in the United States. Yet, many people don’t know much about the disease. And, in some cases, what people think they know are actually common myths about the condition.

Caregiver Appreciation Day

Caregiver Appreciation Day Caregiver Appreciation Day: Fall is struggling to arrive here in Las Vegas. Temperatures reaching towards 100 degrees and yet we celebrate the changing of the seasons with our Caregiver Appreciation Day.

How Elderly Care Can Help Seniors Celebrate National Women’s Friendship Day

Elderly Care in North Las Vegas NV: National Women's Friendship Day Elderly Care in North Las Vegas NV: For many older adults, one of the hardest things about growing older is losing friends who pass away. In addition, they may also lose touch with friends when aging results in people moving away to live with family members. Or, they may find themselves stuck in the house, unable to get out to see their friends.

Do You Know Someone Who Needs Care While Visiting Las Vegas? Call us!

Do You Know Someone Who Needs Care While Visiting Las Vegas? Call us! Have you had a referral for a family needing care while visiting our fabulous city? We take those last minute calls and find a caregiver to fill the shifts. We answer our phone 24/7 and find visitor's care needs a part of what we do.

Family Pool Party

Family Pool Party Family Pool Party: Our Family Pool Party was a day to celebrate all our caregivers and their families. We had water toys for the young ones and "shades" for young and old.

Compassion Crest Home Care Supports Aging Veterans

Compassion Crest Home Care Supports Aging Veterans Compassion Crest Home Care Supports Aging Veterans: The Veterans Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit is for wartime Veterans, or their surviving spouses who meet certain medical and financial requirements. Many Veterans and their families are unaware of it.

Senior Care Isn’t a Sign of Weakness – Make Sure Your Parents Know That

Senior Care in Las Vegas NV: Not a Sign of Weakness Senior Care in Las Vegas NV: Senior care services help the elderly age in place. With the right level of care, seniors don't have to move from their home. Many seniors see the need for senior care as a weakness. Make sure your parents know that caregivers are not a sign of weakness. Caregivers are a smart solution to common aging issues.

Resolving Guilt as a Family Caregiver

Caregiver in Green Valley NV: Resolving Guilt as a Family Caregiver Caregiver in Green Valley NV: While everyone feels guilt at one time or another in their life, family caregivers are often prone to intense guilty feelings in relation to their duties caring for their elderly relative.

“Being Mortal”

"Being Mortal" "Being Mortal": My husband and I just finished reading Atul Gawande’s Bestseller “Being Mortal”. What an eye opener this book was. It gave us the opportunity to discuss our own end.

Making a Compassionate Difference with Responsive and Quality Service 24 /7

Making a Compassionate Difference with Responsive and Quality Service 24 /7 Making a Compassionate Difference with Responsive and Quality Service 24 /7: Today I received three phone calls from Happy Clients… All expressing a BIG thank you for the awesome caregiver that had been in their home.

Caregiver Appreciation Day

Caregiver Appreciation Day Caregiver Appreciation Day: Caregiver Appreciation Day is coming again. We are celebrating all the Caregivers that bring Smiles to their clients.

Could You Put Together a Pulmonary Rehab in Your Senior’s Home?

Home Care in Centennial NV: Pulmonary Rehab at Home Home Care in Centennial NV: Pulmonary rehab only lasts for a set period of time. But you can put together a program for your senior at home.

National Blueberry Month – Five Reasons to Keep Fresh and Frozen Blueberries on Hand

Senior Care in Green Valley NV: National Blueberry Month Senior Care in Green Valley NV: National Blueberry Month is here. Established in 2003 by the USDA, the national holiday celebrates the small berry that is a domesticated version of wild highbush blueberries.

Caregiver Appreciation Day

Caregiver Appreciation Day Caregiver Appreciation Day: Is that a chair massage for our wonderful staff? Yes, everyone of our staff and caregivers who attended our Caregiver Appreciation Day received a wonderful chair massage by a licensed practitioner.

Caregiver of the Month

Caregiver of the Month Caregiver of the Month: Lori is our Caregiver of the Month. She's Awesome...Always going the extra mile for our clients and willing to take just about any shift offered to her.

Could Your Senior’s House Tell You Something She Doesn’t Want to Say?

Elder Care in Henderson NV: Could Your Senior's House Tell You Something She Doesn't Want to Say? Elder Care in Henderson NV: Your senior may not want to let you know that things are changing for her, but her home could tell the tale.

5 Things Seniors Need After a Stroke

Elderly Care in Green Valley NV: 5 Things Seniors Need After a Stroke Elderly Care in Green Valley NV: A stroke can be quite significant in the life of an independent elderly adult. Strokes can rob people of their ability to do daily tasks for themselves, requiring them to look to family members and other services for help. Most seniors are not able to live independently anymore, but don’t want to move from their home.

The Butterfly Effect

The Butterfly Effect: We had a great time celebrating our wonderful caregivers. We experienced "The Butterfly Effect" for those that attended.

Caregiver of the Month

Caregiver of the Month: Annsandra Caregiver of the Month: We celebrated Caregiver Appreciation Day...Annsandra took home a $50 check, certificate and lots of congratulations.

Can My Aging Parent Start a Container Garden?

Caregiver in Seven Hills NV: Starting a Container Garden Caregiver in Seven Hills NV: When your elderly mom or dad depends on you, other family members, and home care assistants to accomplish many daily tasks in life, they may feel like an enjoyable hobby like gardening is beyond their abilities. However, with container gardening, people of all abilities can reap the benefits of a traditional garden without the strenuous work involved.

5 Outings Home Care Can Help Seniors Enjoy

Home Care in Summerlin NV: Outings for Seniors Home Care in Summerlin NV: According to a survey conducted by AARP, approximately 35 percent of adults over the age of 45 are considered lonely. Aside from the obvious quality of life issues that presents for older adults, it can also have physical consequences, including increased risk for stroke, obesity, and even Alzheimer’s disease.

Compassion Crest Home Care Joins the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce

Compassion Crest Home Care Joins the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce Compassion Crest Home Care Joins the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce: Yes, it was about time that I joined the fabulous Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce. I participate in many community events and look forward to being even more involved.

Caregiver of the Month

Caregiver of the Month: Dora Compassion Crest Home Care LOVES to recognize our AWEsome caregivers! Every month we have a Caregiver Appreciation day with lots of time to munch and mingle.

SpotLight Extravaganza

SpotLight Extravaganza: March was exciting as we participated in the SpotLight Extravaganza. It was held at The Orleans and we saw 1000's of our Seniors participating.

5 Dangers of Emotional Overeating

Senior Care in Henderson NV: Dangers of Emotional Overeating Senior Care in Henderson NV: April is Emotional Overeating Awareness Month, which is an excellent time for family caregivers to take a closer look at their own habits. Emotional overeating is an unhealthy coping mechanism for chronic stress.

Senior and Exercise: How Can Your Senior Be Safer While Out Walking?

Home Care in Las Vegas: Home Care Companions provide safety and companionship when taking walks Home Care in Las Vegas: Walking is great exercise, but safety comes first. Home care companions can help...learn more.

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Live In Care

• Loved one can’t be left alone…… • Avoid fear of “nursing home”…… • Most affordable option…………… • Continuity of care…………………. • Frees up family time…………….. • Home is where the heart is…….. Studies have shown individuals do better at home both physically and psychologically. 90% ...

Mission Statement

• Care designed for YOUR needs.. • Trusted and honest work ethics.. • Skilled and kindhearted care…… • Loved one safe & secure………. • Ease family worry & stress…….. • Reliable care = peace of mind   MISSION STATEMENT: Compassion Crest provides personalized home care solutions ...

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:  How soon can I get help?…….. Q:  How about my pet?…………… Q:  Do you offer transportation?… Q:  What services do you offer?….. Q:  Is there a contract?…………… Q:  Is agency insured and bonded? Get Your Questions Answered Below: Q:  How soon can I get help? ...

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