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The Assisted Easter Bunny Visits Ventura County

Easter is on it’s way! The Assisted Easter Bunny was spotted making early appearances at various facilities from Ventura to Camarillo this week. The residents of Glenwood Care Center and members of the Boys and Girls Club of Camarillo had a fantastic time meeting and taking pictures with the Assisted Bunny. Even Oxnard Mayor Tim…

Assisted Healthcare Honors Veterans

Assisted Hospice Care is proud to announce our new partnership with the We Honor Veterans Program. As a We Honor Veterans partner, Assisted Hospice Care will implement Veteran- centered education to staff and volunteers, to enhance the care provided to our Veterans. Over 25 % of those who die every year in the United States…

6 Signs To Look For In An Elderly Parent

With the elderly population on the rise, many of us will have to deal with the issues that develop in our parents as they reach their golden years. Most of us are not doctors or nurses and noticing the subtle hints of problems that can come from aging can be difficult. Kids, jobs, and all…

The Value of Hospice Care in a Nursing Home.

By: Tracey Mayleben-Shoop, Transitional Care Program Director for Assisted Home Care and Hospice Hospice is comprehensive care for patients with terminal illnesses. The focus of Hospice is to provide compassionate end of life care through a team of hospice professionals, when the patient has 6 months or less to live. Hospice Care is covered thru…

Home Care: Laughter Is The Best Medicine

By: Sherry Netherland, Director of Special Projects for Assisted Healthcare Services Our good health is a marriage of our physical fitness and our emotional well-being. There is something funny about laughter (pun intended). We are all born with the ability to laugh, and it would seem, the need to laugh. Laughter can catch us off…

Hiring Someone to Help With Home Care

(Original posting:www.aarp.org/home-family/caregiving/info-08-2012/hiring-at-home-caregiver.html by: Carol Levine, from: AARP, August 20, 2012 Most questions about family caregiving can’t be answered with a simple yes or no. But the question of whether home care agencies are all alike is one of the few that can. And the answer is a definite no. Here’s some information you’ll need if…

Senior Care: 3 Elderly Winter Weather Tips

The winter months can prove to be a bit challenging. With an abundance of winter holidays, kids out of school, and the flu season the logistics can be a bit nightmarish. So it is easy to see how the seniors in our lives may not be on the top of our mind. Although, our parents…

Your Home Health Care Aide: Establishing A Positive Relationship

(view original post:http://www.caregiver.com) You’ve made the decision to let an aide come into your home to assist. That was hard enough. Now you re getting apprehensive about what to expect when the aide arrives for work. If you don’t have experience with in-home assistance, all sorts of “worst case scenarios” are whirling about in your…

Caring for a Parent: How a Home Care Agency Can Help Balance Your Life

    Caring for elderly or dependent parents can be a very daunting task for anyone to do on their own. Many times loved ones will need continuous hours of care. As healthcare concerns increase so will the time for treatments and other needs. We all want to be there to spend the time helping…

My Parents Need a Caregiver – 4 Helpful Tips for Finding a Solution

One of the most common plea adult children hear from their parents is, “Please don’t put me in a home.”  To remain at home and “age in place” is a primary goal for most older adults. Unfortunately, many families don’t plan for the day that Mom or Dad can no longer safely care for themselves independently.  They…


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