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Flu Facts for Seniors

It’s the fall season again. Along with cooler temperatures and the beautiful autumn colors in nature, it’s also the return of flu season. The flu can vary in severity every year with some years worse than others. The flu vaccine is still the best way to avoid getting the flu. But according to the Centers…

6 Reasons to Love Physical Therapists

Getting healthy and staying healthy requires a whole team of medical professionals. Doctors and nurses get a lot of the credit for keeping people healthy, and we’d never say they deserve any less. But the real unsung heroes of the medical field may very well be physical therapists. Physical therapists do a lot to make…

Palliative Care and Chronic Conditions

Living with serious health conditions can be overwhelming for both patients and their families. When health conditions cause major pain and suffering, people often don’t know how to cope. Palliative Care, also known as Supportive Care, is a solution which can help make life more manageable. What is Palliative Care? Not to be confused with…

Assisted takes CHF to Heart

What is CHF? Congestive Heart Failure is a condition in which the pumping action of the heart becomes inadequate for the needs of the body. The inefficient pumping causes a decreased circulation of blood returning to the heart from the body and lungs. When this happens, pressure increases in the blood vessels forcing fluid (mostly…

Don’t Slip! The Basics of Fall Prevention

Most people enjoy living independently in their own homes for as long as possible. This is usually attainable if you take the right precautions. Falls are the biggest risk to most people in their homes, particularly as they get older. But taking a few simple steps to reduce the likelihood that falls will occur can…

Home Safety for Homecare Patients

Most people prefer to live independently for as long as possible. Many seniors still continue to thrive while living at home in their own environments, where they are the most comfortable. However, new concerns begin to arise for people who live alone, especially as they get older or if other health conditions are present. Most…

Life Hacks for Living with Arthritis

If you or someone you care for has arthritis, you’re not alone. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that more than 54 million Americans are living with arthritis. This disease can be debilitating and can make ordinary tasks more challenging. But this common disease can be easier to live with when you try…

How Assisted Can Help In-home Care Patients

Illness and medical needs are inevitable for everyone. For some, it may take decades before an illness can become a major concern and for others not so long. It’s always important to ask yourself “what might happen if I get sick”. Medical expenses can add up quickly, and with the cost of living already so…

Have a Heart to Heart with Homecare

Did you know February is Heart Month? And I’m not talking about that classic shape you see adorning store shelves this time of year; I’m talking the remarkable muscle that’s pumping blood through your body as you read this. The month of February is designated to bring awareness to Heart Disease; the leading cause of…

Resolve To Be Active in 2018

As we start a New Year, many of us see it as an opportunity for change. Whether it is to eat better, exercise or spend less, resolutions are made with optimism to better ourselves. For Homecare Patients, a resolution to become more active is one that would be beneficial this year and for years to…


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