Information and resources for family caregivers and others learning about in-home care for a loved one.
Dad Will Fail His Driver's Test. (That's the Plan.)
What happens when a parent with dementia must take his driver’s license test at the DMV? Find out in this family caregiver personal essay. Hint: it's an emotional journey for everyone.
Warning Signs Your Aging Parents Need More Help
Visiting your older parents over the holidays? Here's how to spot if they may need support or modifications to their home to continue living independently—and safely.
Parkinson’s Caregiver Tips – Starter Guide
Looking for Parkinson's caregiver tips? A quick starter guide for families and caregivers with the top 7 needs from the National Parkinson Foundation.
Who Comes to My Home to Provide the Care?
When you sign up for Honor, who actually provides the care? Learn about our amazing Care Pros, their diverse backgrounds, professional training, and experience.
The Best Holiday Gift for Older Relatives
Do you have an older relative who may no longer be able to go gift shopping with ease? Think about giving your time to help them shop for holiday gifts.
We’re celebrating the one-year anniversary of the Honor Care Network!
Meet some of our newest Honor Care Network Partners and get an update on an exciting year from Nita Sommers, President of Honor.
We're Opening a New Operations Center in Austin, Texas!
Honor is expanding in the Southwest—and thrilled to be in Austin. If you have a passion for helping older adults, let's talk. We’re hiring!
Know What to Ask Before Choosing a Home Care Agency
Finding a home care agency near you is easy. But finding the right caregiver—a dependable and well-managed professional—can be a huge challenge.
Authenticity Builds the Best Caregiver-Client Relationships
The secret ingredient to a great relationship between caregiver and client is a smile and authenticity, says one of Honor's standout Care Pros.
Demetria Loves Caring for Others
Care Profile: Meet Demetria, a self-described, "loving, chatty, passionate" person. Her favorite part of caring for others is connecting with people and hearing their stories.
Memory Loss Didn’t Stop Jane McManus from Starting a Blog with Her Honor Caregiver
A special relationship between a client and caregiver produces a helpful tool for others.
Florence of Arabia: My Mother’s Journey Into Parkinson’s Dementia
When a parent living with Parkinson's disease begins to show signs of Parkinson's dementia, how do you help? A caregiver story with courage, humor, and heart.
Life Has Taught Alli Espinosa How to Care
Allison Espinosa was the first Care Pro we hired in our Dallas office. Once you meet her, you’ll know why. It’s not just her 13 years of professional caregiving experience, it’s the way she cares that makes her special.
Rock Steady Boxing for Parkinson’s – Concord
Parkinson's therapy boxing inspires men and women in the East Bay to hit the gym and fight back against their PD symptoms in fun group classes.
Can Holidays Be Happy with Alzheimer’s?
Author Dani Modisett shares a personal story of spending holidays with her mother, who is living with Alzheimer's.
Memory Care Café – SF Outings for People with “Forgetfulness”
Free Alzheimer's outings SF Bay Area for caregivers and their memory-challenged loved ones. Ideal for early-stage Alzheimer's or dementia care partners.
How to Enjoy the Holidays: Living with Alzheimer’s
When your parent or other family member is living with Alzheimer’s, the holidays can be especially difficult—but they don’t have to be. Here are tips for holidays with family members living with Alzheimer’s.
One Parent with Alzheimer’s, Two Siblings in Conflict.
When our mother could no longer live on her own, my sister and I fell back into our childhood dynamic. Our new reality: Alzheimer's parent sibling conflict.
Bitter Pill: When A Prickly Aging Parent Needs Your Help
Do adult children have a responsibility to help care for a mean aging parent who was hurtful, toxic, or never there? It depends. A painfully honest caregiver story.
Announcing Our Series B Funding
Honor announces $42 million in Series B funding led by Thrive Capital, with investments from 8VC, Andreessen Horowitz, and Syno Capital.
Gay. Senior. Living. – A Son’s Story
A son says goodbye to his beloved 97-year-old mother—and contemplates the future possibilities of better care and living options for himself and other LGBTQ seniors.
Alzheimer’s Tips – Communication and Anger
When Alzheimer’s hits, two of life’s biggest relationship challenges, clear communication and managing anger, become wildly more challenging.
Parkinson’s Caregiver Tips – Managing Your Stress
Are you caring for someone with Parkinson's disease? Learn how to effectively manage your stress care for yourself along with your loved one.
Top 12 Reasons to be an Honor Care Pro
Looking for a great caregiver job? See why Care Professionals love working at Honor, the new SF home care company leaving traditional agencies in the dust.
Coat of Rust – An Alzheimer’s Caregiver Story
An Alzheimer’s caregiver story about what to let go of and what to cling to when caring for a loved one who is slipping away.
5 Alzheimer’s Caregiver Tips
Are you caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease? Read on for tips to best care for your loved one.
Caring for Our Care Pros: Honor Announces a Huge Change
Honor Co-Founder and CEO Seth Sternberg announces that Honor Care Pros will become employees, eligible for benefits—and stock options.
Meet Eugene Courtois
Introducing The Honor Project—a living history of stories and images—portraits of older adults we admire. This is the first in what we hope will be a long and diverse series.
The Secret Life of Honor Employees
Honor employees participated in a volunteer day with the San Francisco Village community organization, helping older adults with projects in their homes.
Looking for the Best Possible In-Home Care? Ask Questions First.
The first of a series of CARE PROfiles, an ongoing series of interviews with stars of the Honor Care Team.
I really admire my mother. She raised two kids while having a super successful career in the Education Department in Connecticut. Like all moms, she’s invincible and she’ll live forever.