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Respite Care

Published: Dec 17, 2018

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...

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Congestive Heart Failure Care

Published: Dec 17, 2018

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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Four Potential Causes of Depression for Your Senior

Published: Dec 07, 2018

So many factors can contribute to depression for your aging family member. When you can pinpoint even a partial potential cause in your senior's case, you may be able to help her to manage her depression more effectively. Living Alone and Having...

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How Does Her Vision Affect a Senior with Alzheimer's Disease?

Published: Nov 23, 2018

 An elderly family member with Alzheimer's disease may not notice on her own that her vision is becoming worse. She may try to compensate for her vision loss in other ways until she just can't any longer. Here are some of the situations you...

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What Is The Most Common Causes For Falls in Seniors? And How To Protect Yourself

Published: Nov 12, 2018

When most people think of senior/elderly care, they picture services such as hygiene, nutrition, mobility assistance, and companionship. As important as these services are to aging seniors, fall prevention acts as the cornerstone for providing effective...

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What Eye Complications Can Occur with Diabetes

Published: Nov 08, 2018

Diabetes is one of the most common chronic health issues among elderly adults, with approximately 100 million adults currently living with it, and a large percentage in the older adult population. While many people immediately think of issues such...

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Talking to Family and Friends about Dementia Before the Holidays

Published: Oct 18, 2018

As the holiday season approaches, you are likely looking forward to the opportunity to spend time with family members and friends you may not get to see as often as you would like. This season brings people together and is the ideal opportunity to...

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Mom's Home Care ~ Employee Of The Month!

Published: Oct 15, 2018

We are proud to announce that Ms. Lisa Brumfield was named our September 2018 employee of the month. Lisa has been with our agency since the summer of 2017. Lisa is the kind of caregiver that we can send on any assignment and know she will crush...

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