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August 15, 2022

Your Medications: True or False?

Prescription and nonprescription drugs help seniors manage a variety of health conditions. They preserve both life and quality of life. Of course, they only work if we take them properly. How much do you know about your medications?   True or false? If my doctor prescribes a drug, and then I start to feel better, it’s... Read More
April 10, 2022

Help for People Living With Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is a disorder of the brain that affects the messages that are sent to the muscles. People living with Parkinson’s typically experience tremor and muscle stiffness, and they can have difficulty when starting to move their body. Parkinson’s disease is a progressive disease, which means that it normally worsens over time, and usually,... Read More
November 5, 2021

We’re Thankful for Caregivers

When November comes around every year, we start thinking about Thanksgiving and the people and things we are grateful for. So it’s fitting that November is also dedicated to the many people who provide care and whose work touches so many. November is: National Family Caregivers Month, National Home Care Month, and National Hospice and... Read More
June 9, 2021

How Home Care Helps Arthritis Patients

Did you know that one in every four adults in the U.S. has arthritis? It’s a leading cause of work disability – in fact, 8 million working-age adults report that their ability to work is limited because of their arthritis. For example, they may have a hard time climbing stairs or walking from a parking... Read More