May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, which makes it an excellent time to talk about skin cancer. How often are your parents asking about the sunspots and moles on their bodies? Have they had them mapped and checked yearly for changes? They need to. Their doctors may not check their skin as well as it…

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May 1st May Day National Mother Goose Day National Chocolate Parfait Day National Fitness Day May 2nd National Truffle Day National Lemonade Day May 3rd National Chocolate Custard Day Melanoma Awareness Monday May 4th National Star Wars Day Bird Day May 5th National Astronaut Day Cinco de Mayo May 6th National Nurses Day National Crepe…

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When deciding to live at home, there are plenty of preparations that you need to think about. Besides a caregiver visiting your home on a daily basis and assisting you with personal care, you will need to make certain home modifications and purchase assistive devices. These devices will help improving the quality of your life…

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If you have recently begun looking into Medicare, you may be confused by some general terms that are often thrown around in conversations about the policies. If you do not know the jargon of the industry then what you hear and read may seem like Greek. It can be easy to get overwhelmed, but in…

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Accepting help is not easy for a lot of different people, including possibly your senior family member. If that’s the case, you might want to try some of these ideas to help her to adjust to you hiring senior care providers. Not all of these might work right away, so there could be some trial…

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If you have talked with your parent about becoming her primary caregiver as she strives to live independently in her home, it’s important from the start to realize this is not a task you want to do all on your own. While it may not look overwhelming at the start, caring for your aging parent,…

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Spring brings feelings of renewal I’m remembering the song from the musical, “Oklahoma!” — “Spring is busting out all over” — with the rows and rows of beautiful pink phlox in the medians and sometimes both sides of the highway, azaleas in profusion all around town, sometimes completely covering the neatly trimmed stands in front…

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Rose Toribio has been chosen as our Caregiver of the Month for April because of her reliability and dedication to her work. Rose is always going the extra mile for her clients and it shows when she cooks for them or gives them a back rub. She always makes sure that her clients’ needs are…

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April 1st ·         April Fool’s Day ·         National Sourdough Bread Day ·         National Burrito Day April 2nd ·         National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day ·         National Reconciliation Day ·         Good Friday April 3rd ·         National Chocolate Mousse Day ·         National Handmade Day – First Saturday in April April 4th ·         National Chicken Cordon Bleu Day ·         Easter…

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Do you have an elderly loved one that lives with chronic health issues? Does your elderly loved one need someone to be around daily to check in on them? These are just a couple of the reasons why your elderly loved one might need home health care providers in their life. There are so many…

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