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.

  • Fitness Tips for Seniors

    Fitness Tips for Seniors

    May 30th is National Senior Health & Fitness Day! In order to support our quality of life as we age, staying active is very important. However, many seniors face mobility issues and getting regular exercise can become difficult.
  • How to Protect Your Retirements as a Caregiver

    How to Protect Your Retirements as a Caregiver

    Will becoming a caregiver prevent me from putting money aside for retirement? It’s a common question most people face when a parent or spouse needs extra care. We’ve seen an increase in adult children becoming caretakers to help cover their medical and living expenses, but what will that mean for you in practice?
  • How Caregivers Can Avoid Burnout From Dementia Care

    How Caregivers Can Avoid Burnout From Dementia Care

    Caring for someone with dementia can be taxing work that presents unique challenges to caregivers. The most important thing to keep in mind is that this is a neurological condition, not a mental health issue, and there is very little a patient can do to manage their condition.
  • Tax Tips for Caregivers

    Tax Tips for Caregivers

    It’s tax season and you might be wondering if there are any deductions you can file as a caregiver or if you can claim an older adult as a dependent. Follow these seven vital tips when filing your taxes this season and you’ll be rewarded with a hard-earned refund.
  • Unintentional Weight Loss In Seniors

    Unintentional Weight Loss In Seniors

    Unintentional weight loss is common in seniors 65 years or older who live at home. This is considered a 5% decrease in body weight between six to 12 months. Weight loss can steam from physical, psychological or social conditions. While this is common, in no way should this be taken lightly.
  • Importance of Stretching in a Senior's Fitness Routine

    Importance of Stretching in a Senior's Fitness Routine

    As we get older, getting around and maintaining mobility can get tougher. Our muscles and joints can start to deteriorate and weaken over time. However, by starting up a daily stretching routine, you can start to gain back strength, flexibility and increase circulation.

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