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8 Mar 2019
2019

Six Healthy Fat Ideas for Someone with COPD

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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20 Feb 2019
2019

How Can You Find out Why Your Senior Doesn’t Want Help?

It’s usually not a secret for family caregivers that a senior doesn’t want help. What can be somewhat of a mystery is why. You would want help, so it takes a bit of detective work at times to figure out why your senior doesn’t. Ask Lots of...

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7 Feb 2019
2019

5 Ways to Reduce Sugar in a Senior’s Diet

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), only 10 percent of the calories that people each day should come from added sugar. However, most people consume 14 percent of their calories in sugar. Of course, knowing how much sugar...

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28 Jan 2019
2019

Mom's Home Care Receives Distinguished Leader in Excellence Award!

We are proud to announce that Mom's Home Care has received the distinguished Best of Home Care –Leader in Excellence Award from Home Care Pulse, the leading firm in quality assurance for home care.The Leader in Excellence Award is the highest...

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25 Jan 2019
2019

Read About These Fall Risks and What to Do to Prevent Them

Every hour, about 327 senior citizens visit an emergency room following a fall. Falls are common in the bathroom, kitchen, and outside. Here are some true stories of older people who fell and the reasons for those falls. Use these to take precautions...

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8 Jan 2019
2019

Caregivers Help the Entire Family After a Senior is Diagnosed With Cancer

A cancer diagnosis is already frightening for everyone in a family For your parent, it's alarming and brings thoughts of uncertainty. The same happens for you. Meanwhile, you also have to take some time to focus on the things your parent may...

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20 Dec 2018
2018

Physical Signs Can Let You Know Your Senior Needs More Help

As a caregiver, it can be difficult to understand when you need to focus on getting more help in place for your aging adult. Paying close attention to physical indications of what might be going on can help you to do this more effectively. She's...

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17 Dec 2018
2018

Respite Care

Respite care is the provision of temporary relief for primary caregivers. It is an interim period of time where a primary caregiver can turn over the care of an individual they are responsible for to another professional. This care can be provided in a...

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17 Dec 2018
2018

Congestive Heart Failure Care

Congestive heart failure is a scary term. The words sound like your heart has stopped working; however, this is not the case. This condition is serious and common in people over the age of 65. It refers to a condition resulting in your heart not pumping...

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