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January is National Bath Safety Month

January 13, 2020

January is National Bath Safety Month! When caring for seniors and people with disabilities, safety while bathing is a concern caregivers have as accidents can happen quite easily in the bathtub or shower. The floor is slippery from condensation...

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Perfect Holiday Gifts for Elderly and Disabled Loved Ones

December 13, 2019

Finding the perfect gift can be time-consuming and frustrating if you don’t make the right choice. The decision is even harder when it comes to the older adults in your life. If you’re looking for the perfect gift that your elder adult will...

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Food Safety…a Priority in Caring for Others

October 7, 2019

"With age, comes wisdom." Hopefully that wisdom includes lots of good food safety information. Why? As we mature, our bodies change. Older adults become more at-risk for illness and, once ill, it can take them longer to recover. As people age,...

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National Cholesterol Month

September 19, 2019

It’s National Cholesterol Month So Let’s Eat Right and Get Moving! Every one of us consumes cholesterol with daily food intake. It is a normal thing. Certain nutrients transform into a fat-like substance found in our blood when digested. In a...

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Loneliness Does Not Have to be the Norm for Your Loved Ones

June 21, 2019

Humans aren’t meant to be alone; we are stronger as a group, aren’t we? Elderly, disabled and singles living at home and going through rehab, illness or the changes from aging are often lonely, because they can’t leave the house anymore like...

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Frequently Asked Questions About Respite Care

June 13, 2019

What is respite care for elderly adults? Respite care allows you, the caregiver, time to recharge and provides help with daily tasks for your loved one. A companion or homemaker, two services which we provide, could provide temporary...

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