Home care in Cincinnati, OH

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  • Suite 201
  • Cincinnati, OH 45241

Transitional Care for Cincinnati, OH Seniors with Cancer

Changing Your Expectations During the Holidays: Cincinnati Seniors, Caregivers, and Cancer Part 2

Caregiving for Cincinnati Seniors During the Holidays: Not Having Expectations



The first step in making sure that the holidays and special occasions are  enjoyable and not stressful as you are caring for Cincinnati seniors recently diagnosed with cancer is to do research. Getting yourself educated with the diagnosis and the treatments for the diagnosis before the holidays is a great way to alleviate stress later on. If you as the caregiver or loved one are unsure of where to obtain resources to prepare for these occasions, contact your senior’s doctor or medical care providers. Various websites and support groups and organizations are other great resources.


To prepare for the holidays, accompany your Cincinnati senior to their doctor’s appointments prior to the busy season. During these appointments, it would be helpful to bring along a notebook to jot down notes for keeping log of answers to any questions you may have for the doctor. This way, amidst the chaos if you forget a vital piece of information, you have something to look back on. This is a practical way to help keep peace and calm during an already stressful time before the added cancer diagnosis. These questions can be about anything from diet restrictions, to managing side effects to medication, or any other special case instructions that may be necessary during these unique times.


Physical care is a big component of helping to alleviate stress during the holidays. Each person and situation is unique, and will vary from person to person, therefore be prepared help out with different physical tasks when it comes to the different holiday activities, or even the daily tasks such as dressing, cleaning, or cooking. Keep communication lines  open, not shying away from asking questions to alleviate any added stresses.


BrightStar Care of Cincinnati provides ‘Transitional Care’ following cancer treatment.  This is care provided following hospitalization or cancer treatment. We use an RN-led, team-oriented approach to optimize health and well being and reduce the likelihood of hospital readmission.  

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BrightStar Care of Cincinnati proudly provides senior care and child care, including 24 hour skilled nursing and support in senior independent and assisted living communities. Additionally we provide Medical Staffing and In-Home Physical Therapy for pediatric, adult and geriatric patients, Companion and Personal Care for Seniors with Alzheimer’s or Dementia. We also provide Home Child Care, Sitter and Nanny services for Children and Support for New Mothers. We Support Veterans and Accept most Long Term Care Insurance benefits, Medicaid, provide Hospice care, Live-in care, CNA, Caregiver, RN, LVN, RN Supervision, Compassionate Care, and Compatibility Guarantees. Other services include safe discharge and transportation from the hospital or rehab facility, Post Op care both short and long term, Pre Operation and preparation help and assistance, and client monitoring for out of town family members. Our service area includes South Eastern Hamilton County and North Western Clermont County in the Greater Cincinnati area, including Camp Dennison, Loveland, Milford, Terrace Park, Mariemont, Turpin Hills, Sherwood Village, Forestville, Newton, Summerside Estates, Fairfax, Mulberry, Mount Repose, Madeira, Norwood, and Cincinnati.