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How Can You Help Your Mom Adjust to a New Caregiver When Her Memory Fails Her?

Published: Jun 03, 2019

Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia cause plenty of frustration. When your mom doesn't have short-term memory retention, it's very hard to help her adjust to a caregiver. From day to day, the people she meets are strangers. Over time, she may start...

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Early Treatment Helps Seniors Who Are Having a Heart Attack

Published: May 20, 2019

Strokes and heart attacks are two of the leading causes of death for aging adults. However, if a senior is having a heart attack, chances for survival are quite good if they get medical treatment quickly. Family caregivers should take some time to learn...

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Do You Know What’s Different About Heart Attacks in Women?

Published: May 09, 2019

Heart disease is the #1 cause of death in women in the United States, but many still think of it as a disease that primarily affects men. In fact, women aren’t as likely to survive a first heart attack as men are. One of the problems is that the...

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Four Tips for Protecting Your Mental Health as a Caregiver

Published: Apr 18, 2019

Your own mental health is a massive part of you continuing to be the caregiver that you want to be. If you’re not already protecting your mental health, you need to work out some solutions that allow you to do just that. Take Time Away from...

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Noticing Bruises on Your Senior?

Published: Apr 03, 2019

Bruising is not something that you want to see on your senior, but it can happen. Sometimes seniors bruise more easily as they get older and as the medications, they take can build up in their system. If your elderly family member is having mobility...

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Moms Home Care Employee Of The Month February 2019

Published: Mar 26, 2019

Please join me in congratulating Robert Fuentes as our employee of the month. Robert has been a tremendous asset to our agency over the years. He is knowledgeable, takes pride in his work, and is always willing to take the lead. Thank you for...

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The End of Life Documents Seniors Should Have in Place

Published: Mar 18, 2019

It’s not pleasant to consider the end of an older family member’s life. However, for family caregivers of seniors, it’s a reality they will eventually have to face. While the issue is largely an emotional one, there are also practical matters to...

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Six Healthy Fat Ideas for Someone with COPD

Published: Mar 08, 2019

Your senior’s doctor may have recommended increasing the number of healthy fats in her diet, especially if she has COPD. So what falls under the category of healthy fats? Fish Fish is high in protein, but it’s also high in healthy fats. Omega-3...

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