Our Mission

Our goal with this blog is simple: to educate and empower our clients and their loved ones by providing them with the tools and resources to make care easier. We do this by offering posts by experts on home care, transition care, dementia, Alzheimer's, multiple sclerosis and elderly care.

  • How to Communicate with Someone Who Has Hearing Loss

    How to Communicate with Someone Who Has Hearing Loss

    We’ve been to our fair share of family picnics and barbecues already this summer, and we’ve seen seniors with hearing loss and their loved ones struggle to communicate at times. Roughly one-quarter of Americans 65 to 74 years of age and half of those 75 and older have disabling hearing loss, according to the National Institutes of Health.
  • Getting the Sleep You Need

    Getting the Sleep You Need

    When was the last time you had a good night’s sleep? Most sleep experts recommend clocking between seven and nine hours of uninterrupted, restorative sleep each night. But we know the demands of your caregiving role don’t always make that possible.
  • Music as Medicine: Music Therapy for Seniors

    Music as Medicine: Music Therapy for Seniors

    Music is a universal language of sorts, and it shapes our reality throughout life, from lullabies to funeral marches. It can draw us back in time, spark inspiration and turn around a bad mood. As such, music is gaining a more prominent role in treatment plans for seniors with chronic illnesses, particularly dementia and Alzheimer’s.
  • Caregivers and Elderly Drivers

    Caregivers and Elderly Drivers

    Every so often, you’ll see a report on the news about an elderly man or woman who drove the wrong way down the highway or was driving so slowly as to impede the safe flow of traffic. While stereotypical, these and similar behaviors pose an immediate concern. In 2015, there were 6,165 seniors killed and an estimated 240,000 injured in vehicle crashes, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
  • Does Your Loved One Need Home Care?

    Does Your Loved One Need Home Care?

    Age can be a beautiful thing, but as we watch our friends and family age, we may start to notice a difference in behavior and ability. Here are a few signs you should look out for when you’re trying to decide if your loved one needs a little bit of extra help.

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