Keeping Seniors Active with In-Home Care

When aging adults live alone, often they become less social and less active. One way to remedy this is to utilize in-home care. Here are some activities that Walks Walking is an easy way to get out and get moving, but if mobility is a concern, then walking isn’t as easy as it sounds. In

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March is National Professional Social Worker’s Month!

This month we want to say ‘thank you’ to all the social workers!

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Caregiver Burnout: What To Watch For

Providing care for a loved one can be a difficult job. In many cases, an emergency triggers the need for family caregiving, which can throw off your normal routine and cause stress and anxiety.  It can be a physically and emotionally demanding job, especially in long-term cases. Often, family caregivers focus their attention on the

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February is American Heart Month!

February is American Heart Month! This month, make a difference in your life and your community by encouraging your family and others to make small changes to help prevent heart disease: Use more spices and less salt when cooking Make physical activity part of your everyday routine Improve cholesterol levels Control high blood pressure Limit

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Finding a Hobby as an Older Adult

As we age and have more free time, sometimes it is difficult to figure out what to do with all that free time. Sometimes, the best thing to do is to find a new hobby. There are so many options that picking a hobby can actually be a daunting task. Here are some tips for

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Home Care is on the Rise

Over the next 15 years, the entire Boomer generation will be over the age of 65, and when that happens there will be about 84 million seniors living in the US. That’s nearly one fifth of the population! No wonder the home care industry is growing, and is it expected to grow another 8% over

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