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Essential Home Care Strategies for Parkinson’s Patients: A Guide for Families

Many older adults diagnosed with Parkinson’s receive most of their care at home from family and friends, especially in the initial stages of the disease. As a professional in-home health care company, we realize firsthand the distinctive challenges experienced by family members who provide care for someone with Parkinson’s, and we want you to know you’re not alone! Read More
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Navigating the Stages of Parkinson’s Disease: What You Need to Know

More prevalent in men, and more prevalent than muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, and Lou Gehrig’s disease combined, Parkinson’s disease affects approximately 7 – 10 million people globally, with another 600,000 US citizens diagnosed each year. Read More
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Behavioral Changes Caused by a Traumatic Brain Injury

While there are many different types of brain injuries, there are behavioral changes expected no matter what type of brain injury occurs. Certain problematic behaviors may be more or less likely depending on the location and extent of the trauma, but your loved one might demonstrate one or more of these behaviors throughout TBI recovery, regardless of the specifics of the injury. Read More
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Traumatic Brain Injury Symptoms for Varying Parts of the Brain

The brain is undoubtedly the most complex and integral part of the body, controlling everything from major heart functions to breathing. It operates behind the scenes, making sure we stay alive, and, in the foreground as the home of our awareness. Read More
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Managing Osteoarthritis: Empowering Strategies for a Pain-Free Life

Have you felt tightness in your joints or uncomfortable aches following periods of excessive use or inactivity? There is the possibility you’re affected by osteoarthritis (OA), the most common form of arthritis. Read More
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Beyond Medication: Effective Strategies for Managing Osteoarthritis Pain

Osteoarthritis impacts nearly 27 million Americans, which makes it the most widespread form of arthritis. It is a significant source of work disability and reduced quality of life. However, managing osteoarthritis pain does not mean only popping pills to find relief. Read More
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Modifications for a Wheelchair-Friendly Home

Home is our sanctuary; it’s where we feel most comfortable, even during the more trying times in our lives. That’s why so many older adults are choosing to age in place in the comfort of home. Read More
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Maintaining Independence with Assistive Devices for Seniors

Consider the various tools you utilize every single day – your phone, hairbrush, toothbrush – simple items, but ones you cannot picture living without. Now, imagine struggling to use those items and finding it challenging to accomplish daily tasks. Read More
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Safe Medication Management for Seniors: Strategies to Avoid Common Issues

A study of over 2,000 older adults revealed that a remarkable 87% take a minimum of one prescription drug, and a staggering 36% are taking 5 or more – as well as 38% using over-the-counter meds on a routine basis. Read More
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Tips for Living With Chronic Kidney Disease

Hiccupping. Itching. Changes in appetite and sleep. These are just some of the seemingly innocuous red flags that might indicate a person is living with chronic kidney disease. And with upwards of 20 million people in the U.S. Read More