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Protect Yourself from the Flu

As the weather gets colder, the risk of catching the flu gets higher. As a provider of Home Care Services in Somers Point NJ, we are here to give you some tips on how to protect yourself from the flu. Get a flu vaccination. The single best way to prevent illness and/or the spread of … Continue reading

Treatment for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease or COPD is a disease that greatly affects a person’s ability to breathe. There is no exact cure for COPD, but, there are treatments that help slow the progression and control the symptoms. As a provider of Home Care Services in Somers Point NJ, we will provide you with ways on … Continue reading

3 Ways You and Your Loved Ones Can Benefit from Respite Care

When we take care of our elderly loved ones, we tend to devote all of our time and energy toward their care. What we do not realize is that as we continue to push ourselves to provide the best care possible, we might be at the brink of experiencing physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion which … Continue reading

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Senior Care Awareness: Understanding the Risk for Falls

One of the most important efforts that you can make in your senior care journey with your elderly loved one is keeping her safe. Though there are many risks that your aging parent will face as she ages in place, one of the most prevalent is falling. According to the Centers for Disease Control and … Continue reading

Healthy Holiday Eating for Diabetes.

Healthy eating is on everyone’s mind, but it is particularly important for seniors with Diabetes. The holidays can be a challenging when it comes to maintaining a well-balanced, good-for-you diet. But with a little advance planning, anyone, including diabetics, can enjoy the season, from Thanksgiving through the New Year, without harming their health or waist … Continue reading

How to help your loved one Cope with Disabilities

Dealing with a disability, whether it’s a physical one or something less visible like hearing loss, can be frustrating for your loved one. How you both approach problem solving can make a big difference. Make a List of Special Needs Sit down with your loved one and make a list of the daily activities that … Continue reading