Entries by Harmony Home Health & Hospice

How to Discuss End-of-Life Issues with Your Loved One: Hospice Tips from Harmony Home Health & Hospice

When a loved one has been diagnosed with a life-limiting illness, it may feel as though the best thing to do is to talk about anything and everything EXCEPT that diagnosis, to maintain a positive, upbeat atmosphere to keep the person’s spirits lifted. Read More

12 Strategies to Ease Traumatic Brain Injury Care

Taking care of a loved one who’s undergone a traumatic brain injury can be easier to manage when armed with education and insight. The recommendations below, courtesy of the Salt Lake City home care professionals at Harmony Home Health & Hospice, can minimize stress and frustration for both family caregivers and traumatic brain injury survivors. Read More

Tips to Ensure Your Home Blood Pressure Monitoring Is Accurate

For a short definition, Harvard Health describes that the top number (systolic pressure) measures artery pressure at the moment the heart beats (whenever your heart contracts), while the bottom number (diastolic pressure) monitors the pressure in between heartbeats (when the heart is resting). Read More

Creative Ways to Brighten the Holidays for Those with Chronic Illness

How to Make the Holidays Merry & Bright for Those with Chronic Illness
There’s nothing better than gathering the whole family together to celebrate the warmth of the holiday season, and this is just as true for older adults. Read More

Meal Tips Diabetics Can Truly Be Thankful For!

Celebrate a Healthier Thanksgiving with Diabetes
Thanksgiving is full of temptations to indulge, and it’s easy to convince ourselves that it’s ok to forget about the diet just this once. But for diabetics, even one day of overindulgence can lead to serious health concerns. Read More