Seniors With Pets Can Boost their health In Home Care Agency

More than 40 percent of Americans ages 65 and above live with pets. The reason? For companionship and lots more. The elderly and even younger individuals today invest time and other resources on their furry friends to keep them “sane” even when they’re alone as much as to boost their health. Likewise, pets also help…

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Loved One Spending Time with Senior In Home Care Agency

More than one in three senior Americans call themselves lonely, adding up to their feelings of isolation especially during the holidays, geriatric professionals reiterate. Loneliness prevails as a serious issue among the elderly adults, preventing them in living independently and as vibrant as possible, Dr. Sonja Rosen, Cedars-Sinai Medical Group chief of geriatric medicine, said.…

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In Home Care Agency Seniors Using Analytics for Health and Wellness

We have been using technology for several fields – from education, science, business, and a lot more. Nevertheless, senior care and health also benefits from innovative solutions, specifically analytics. When it comes to senior health care, technology becomes very helpful as more and more data resources get more accessible. Such data are analyzed to be…

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Vote from the heart

As we all know, it is imperative that our community comes together for the upcoming 2020 election and make our voices heard by our vote. In order to do so, we need as much help as we can getting as many members of our community registered to vote before the cut off deadline of October…

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Senior Black Man Voting

The role of seniors in every election is important, the senior vote holds power. With every winter comes elections, the time when American citizens discuss policies, personalities, and preferences most often, and seniors are no exception. The importance of the senior vote in every election is very essential, their collective participation holds power. First, in…

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Covid-19 Cases in South Carolina

New statistics on COVID-19 have many wondering if South Carolina decided to reopen too soon. Right now, South Carolina is third in the world for worst coronavirus outbreaks. According to a chart by the New York Times showing the newest cases per million. The Palmetto state comes in right above Bahrain. “Now knowing that it’s affecting my…

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A Good Caregiver

We want to highlight the importance of caregivers. A caregiver is a person who provides any type of physical and/or emotional care for an ill or disabled person at their home. Loved ones in need of care include those suffering from a physical or mental illness, disability, substance misuse, or other condition. In most cases,…

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In-Home Care vs Nursing Home In-Home Care

When the time comes to decide how to help an elderly loved one through those difficult days when they aren’t physically able to care for themselves, the decision can be a difficult one. Do you know the warning signs and what’s right for the senior in your life? By understanding the benefits and drawbacks of…

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Caregiver burnout: 5 ways to regain your energy

As a caregiver of an aging loved one your days are long and filled with responsibilities. Taking care of yourself is at the end of the list – and it stays there. You may feel run-down, lethargic and like you are burning the candle at both ends. These are some of the symptoms caregiver stress…

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Senior with a Long distance care team

We live in a mobile society and that means that adult children are not always going to live in close proximity to aging parents. That makes it difficult to make sure their daily needs are addressed, especially if illness or chronic disease strikes. It is possible to put together a long-distance care team that will…

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