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What qualifies a patient for skilled nursing care

Skilled Nursing care

Caregiver and senior citizen When you start looking for care for your loved one, you may be surprised at the number of options, one of which is skilled nursing care. Skilled nurses offer a unique, pro...

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The Difference Between Skilled and Non-Skilled Home Care?

Whats-the-Difference-Between-Skilled-and-Non-Skilled-Care

Caregiver and Senior Citizen Has your senior loved one been diagnosed with a chronic health condition? Are they still recovering from major surgery or illness? You’re looking at your options between s...

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What Is Skilled Nursing Home Care?

Skilled Nurse and Senior Citizen

Skilled Nurse and Senior Citizen What Is Skilled Nursing Home Care? If your loved one is recovering from a serious injury or has been diagnosed with a chronic illness, you’re looking at recovery and c...

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IN-HOME SUPPORT FOR THE VISION IMPAIRED

IN-HOME SUPPORT FOR THE VISION IMPAIRED

If your loved one has low vision or blindness, we can help. The professionals at Caring Family provide home care support tailored to the individual’s needs, offering great relief to families. We come ...

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Is Your Senior Loved One Still a Safe Driver?

Safe Driving Ability

When you work closely with families to ensure their loved one’s safety and happiness like we do at Caring Family Home Health, the question of safe driving frequently comes up. AAA studies show o...

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National Brain Injury Awareness Month

Traumatic brain injury

In 1987, President Ronald Regan declared March as National Disabilities Awareness Month. Brain injuries, often referred to as TBIs, are among the many challenges people explore during this month. One ...

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COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters for Older Adults

Seniors vaccination

Companies involved in professional caregiving including in-home nursing care, lifestyle support, home physical therapy services, and respite, receive daily calls regarding the COVID-19 vaccine. There ...

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How to Know if It’s Time for Memory Care

How to Know if It’s Time for Memory Care

Age-related cognitive declines like dementia and Alzheimer’s symptoms and signs develop over a while. It’s not always easy to specify when it is time for memory care.    The emotional and psychologica...

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Activity Ideas for People Living With Dementia

Activity Ideas for People Living With Dementia

Activity Ideas for People Living With Dementia It is possible to live a dignified and enjoyable life with dementia. Though dementia certainly takes a toll on a senior citizen and his or her caregiver...

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Reflux Disorders (GERD) in Seniors

(GERD) in Seniors

The acronym of GERD is short for gastroesophageal reflux disease. GERD is defined as a digestive disease that causes bile or acid in the stomach to irritate the lining of the food pipe. This chronic d...