Managing Chronic Conditions with At-Home Senior Care

As people age, it is not uncommon for them to develop chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and arthritis. These conditions can make it difficult for seniors to live independently and can also require frequent trips to the doctor or hospital. However, with at-home senior care, it is possible for seniors to manage their…

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Great Tips for Holidays and Dementia

Whether your loved one is in the advanced stages of dementia or just recently diagnosed with a form of it, all the moving parts and preparation of the holidays can be taxing if you don’t plan ahead.  To help you enjoy the holidays and this time together, we believe there are some very beneficial tips…

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How to Identify and Prevent Internet and Phone Scams

With the holiday season now among us, it is important to keep in mind that scams will be at their highest due to the time of the year.  Scammers know more people will be spending money around November and December for gifts and traveling, so they will be out in full force to try to…

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Holiday Tips for Traveling with Seniors

Whether traveling by flight, car, or other means, planning and traveling on a trip with the whole family can be very tedious.  And while it is apparent to plan for younger travelers, sometimes older loved ones are not always so obvious to plan for.  It’s good to keep in mind that even if seniors are…

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Healthy Aging Awareness Month – September 2022

Healthy aging month is in September, so we’re discussing some facts and activities that can help you participate and get active.   History of Healthy Aging Month First, did you know that this year is the 30th anniversary of Healthy Aging Month?  The inaugural month was September 1992 to promote it is possible to adopt a…

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Age My Way, A Helpful Guide for Aging Houstonians

While Older Americans’ month has come and passed, it is imperative that we continue to advocate for and seek proper care for aging adults.  Older adults are the figureheads of many of our communities, as they are positive role models in important positions such as mentors, volunteers, civic leaders, friends, and, of course, family members. …

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July is UV Awareness Month

Summertime is here and with that comes the time of more outdoor activities with family and friends.  While it is great to stay active, go out for exercise, and get outside for vitamin D, we also need to keep in mind that prolonged exposure to the sun’s rays can be detrimental to both skin and…

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10 MORE Resourceful Apps for Seniors

In our continuous dedication to creating a comfortable home life for aging adults, we here at Home Vitality Care have compiled a list of 10 more resourceful apps to help ease seniors and their loved ones: 1. Magnifying Glass + Flashlight It’s as simple as it sounds. The Magnifying Glass + app turns the smartphone’s…

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Caring For Our Loved Ones At Risk

We are not wanting to create panic, but to be calmly prepared and take the necessary precautions with our senior clients and employees working with them.  The CDC has added this additional advisory for your information. Those who are at higher risk and individuals who work with them should be aware of the potential chances…

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