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An Attitude of Thankfulness

An Attitude of Thankfulness There is always a reason to be thankful.  Even in the most difficult of circumstances, you […]
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Elderly Anxiety Disorders

We all experience anxiety from time to time, some of which is normal and even productive. However, when anxiety becomes […]
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November’s Employee of the Month!

November’s Employee of the Month! Congratulations to Megghane Lubin   Megghane has been with us since January 2014. She lives […]
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What is COPD?

November is COPD Awareness so I thought I would share some great information. What is COPD? Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease […]
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November is Diabetes Awareness Month

November is Diabetes Awareness Month I thought since November is Diabetes awareness month that it would be perfect to give […]
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Mental Health in the Elderly

Mental Health in the Elderly Dementia is not part of aging. Dementia can be caused by  reactions to medications, disease, […]
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Guilt and Grace

Guilt and Grace Caregivers may from time to time be visited by an uncomfortable vistor — GUILT.  This visitor can […]
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Client Visits

Client Visits We thought we would share some pictures of visits we did with our clients. Above Kelly and her […]
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Preparing for Winter for Seniors

Preparing for Winter for Seniors Winter is approaching fast! This popular season brings family, friends, and loved ones together for […]
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Reaching the Unreachable

Reaching the Unreachable  One of the heartaches of living and caring for your client suffering from Alzheimer’s is the problem […]
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