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.

  • Alzheimer's Warning Signs

    Alzheimer's Warning Signs

    September 21 is World’s Alzheimer’s Day and an important time to raise awareness for this condition affecting more than 5 million people in the US.
  • Five Things Every Caregiver Should do to Take Care of Their Own Health

    Five Things Every Caregiver Should do to Take Care of Their Own Health

    As a caregiver, your job revolves around helping others. When you’re in a situation like that, it’s all too easy to forget about your own health and wellbeing. However, if you’re not taking care of yourself appropriately, then the quality of care that you provide to others very well may decrease.
  • 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.
  • Using Music to Help Patients with Alzheimer’s or Dementia

    Using Music to Help Patients with Alzheimer’s or Dementia

    The effects of Alzheimer’s and dementia can be devastating. But there is something that can help you and family members feel closer and more connected with the person you are caring for: music. That’s plenty of reasons to find some tunes. Here are our best tips for playing music for the person you’re caring for.

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