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One-Source Home Maintenance Program

One-Source Home Maintenance

With our one-source home maintenance program, an expert home maintenance technician will conduct an extensive suite of inspections and routine maintenance if needed, to help keep your home or a loved one’s home in the best possible shape. All of this and more from a company with over 40 years of experience caring for older adults,…

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10 Tips for Transitioning Home from a Hospital Stay

Transitioning Home Program Senior Care

For older adults, transitioning home from a hospital stay can be an overwhelming and sometimes scary experience. There are appointments to schedule, prescriptions to fill and orders from doctors that must be followed for proper recovery. In fact, according to AgingCare.com, 55% of the elderly are “non-compliant” with their prescription drugs orders, meaning they don’t…

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13 Warning Signs of Caregiver Burnout & How to Help

Caregiver Burnout and How to Help

Whether it’s done out of love or simply a calling to do what’s right and help others, caregiving is an extremely important and demanding role in the lives of seniors. Currently, over 65 million adults in the US can be considered caregivers, taking care of an aging loved one or older adult that is suffering…

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7 Ways Healthcare Managers Make a Difference

Healthcare Managers Make A Difference

As we get older, our health becomes more and more critical to monitor. This is especially the case for aging loved ones, who may need to make more regular visits to their doctors or other medical professionals. These appointments often lead to a wealth of information, a need for follow-ups, sometimes a new diagnosis, or…

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How to Handle Long-Distance Caregiving

How to Handle Long-Distance Caregiving

The number of adults caring for an aging loved one continues to rise each year. In fact, the National Alliance of Caregiving now estimates there are more than 34 million adults in the U.S. caring for an aging parent, with approximately 5-7 million of which are classified as “long-distance caregivers.” These are adults caring for…

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