We are pleased to be able to offer every home health service a senior could need to stay safely in their own home. Aside from certified home care professionals who provide companionship and help with daily living, we also have over 250 home health workers, including Personal Care Aides, Home Health Aides, Certified Nursing Assistants, Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses who can help with a myriad of health issues, including wound care.

 
April 25, 2016

Diet Can Help Prevent Cognitive Decline in Aging Parents

Many doctors recommend dietary changes to help preserve cognitive function, but often aging parents worry that it may be too

April 18, 2016

Looking for Ways to Financially Aid Aging Parents

With the ever-escalating cost of living, making ends meet can be difficult for some aging parents. While there are some

April 11, 2016

Study Reports on Personal Caregiver Cost of Alzheimer’s

The Alzheimer’s Association has published its 2016 Facts and Figures (downloadable by clicking here), including a Special Report on the

April 4, 2016

Home Caregivers, Keep an Eye Out for Malnutrition

Home caregivers, especially those who are not regularly spending mealtimes with senior loved ones, may need to keep an eye out

March 28, 2016

Depression and Incontinence in Elderly Individuals

Incontinence in elderly men and women can be a challenge to deal with. For many, it can be quite embarrassing

March 21, 2016

Attitude Toward Aging May Affect Alzheimer’s

Positive or negative thinking has long been thought to affect many things in people’s lives, including their health. Now a

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