To assist in keeping you and your family safe, we are compiling an ongoing list of coronavirus resources.  Check back here often, as we will continue to update this page as the news and updated resources come in.  And as always, if you or your loved ones needs in-home assistance with their daily routines, we…

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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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According to a fairly recent research performed by the Institute of Aging, the number of seniors living alone at home has been rapidly increasing each decade.  This upward trend is primarily due to medical innovations and more accessible health care solutions; therefore, resulting in an increase of the average lifespan.  And while these accomplishments are…

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Due to the heat, July can be a particularly difficult time for the elderly, particularly those with chronic illnesses and/or those who take certain medications. The biggest dangers are heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Here are some things to consider:  Drinks lots of cool water even when you’re not thirsty. You can dilute water with…

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Summer is the time when we make memories that we’ll remember for a lifetime.  Though, sometimes we forget it is also the time we need to remember to take health precautions.  Whether inside or outside, the heat that summer brings can lead to eye damage, heat exhaustion, dehydration and more.   Here are fives tips…

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November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month According to the Alzheimer’s Association, there are currently 5.7 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s and 200,000 under the age of 65 who have younger-onset Alzheimer’s.  The former statistic is projected to more than double by the year 2050.  Alzheimer’s is the sixth leading cause of death in the…

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September is Pain Awareness Month for Seniors With September being Pain Awareness Month, now is a good time to discuss a problem that affects an estimated 100 million Americans – more than diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined. Pain is associated with a wide range of injury and disease, and is sometimes the disease itself.…

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