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.

  • Preventing Dehydration in Seniors

    Preventing Dehydration in Seniors

    As a caregiver, consistently monitoring your patient is like second nature to you. You must be able to act accordingly to some of the most common summertime issues such as dehydration. Many seniors do not drink the amount of water that their bodies need. It is important to understand why seniors deal with dehydration more often than others. It is also essential to learn the signs that point to dehydration and what can be done to prevent this all too common health risk.
  • Summer Activities for Seniors

    Summer Activities for Seniors

    Summer is here and our patients would surely love to enjoy the sunny, warm weather! On a temperate day, try taking a tour in areas with beautiful scenery. Outside gardens have a wide array of charming flowers and unique plants and provide a place where many seniors would enjoy spending time.
  • Fun Activities for Seniors

    Fun Activities for Seniors

    Seniors love to have fun, too! Their day can be “made” by introducing a new game or activity. Even if your senior has limited mobility, there are plenty of options out there for a good time! Read on to discover some favorite senior activities which you can use in your work.
  • The 9 Best Activities for Seniors with Limited Mobility

    The 9 Best Activities for Seniors with Limited Mobility

    Limited mobility can be a source of great stress and pain for some seniors, but it doesn’t have to signal the end of a fun, exciting, and interesting life! In fact, there are plenty of engaging activities that seniors don’t need much movement to enjoy.
  • How to Help Seniors Stay Safe on the Road

    How to Help Seniors Stay Safe on the Road

    As seniors age, their driving can become a menace to other drivers. From missed turn signals to unpredictable braking, your senior might be endangering themselves and others. In order to minimize and avoid collisions, it’s important to follow these safety tips to ensure that your senior is still capable of driving.
  • Fire Safety Tips for Seniors

    Fire Safety Tips for Seniors

    While fire safety cannot prevent all home fires from happening, a few simple steps can dramatically reduce the chance of their happening. Read on to discover how you can prevent a fire from happening in your loved one's home.

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