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  This month is Alzheimer’s Awareness month. Many of us know, or have known, individuals affected by Alzheimer’s Disease. Today, research is lightyears ahead of where it was just a couple years ago and many promising discoveries have been made. Even still, there is so much to be done. So, we continue to share stories and… Read more »

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Summer is right around the corner and soon the fruits of Spring-time labor will be in full bloom. As most avid gardeners know, getting out in the garden is a wonderful way to connect with nature and take a pause from the business of life. Aside from the beauty and tasty food that gardening can… Read more »

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We live in an increasingly digital world. Who would have thought that some of us who still remember the clicking sound of a record player or the task of shuffling through a rolodex to find a contact, would now hold those features in the palm of our hand. Now, you can do virtually anything from… Read more »

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It’s almost spring and that means we will be spring cleaning and moving things about. If your back starts giving you trouble, try some of these back-stretching exercises from our physical therapist, Jen Fox, to help you stay feeling like a spring chicken! If done on a consistent basis, these four stretches can help to… Read more »

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As part of our Home Health demystified series, we are addressing the topic of RN Delegation. As a consumer it can be difficult to understand all of the terminology that is thrown around in the home healthcare world. RN Delegation is one of those frequently used terms.  So, what exactly does RN Delegation mean and what… Read more »

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In a recent article Home Healthcare News, reported that one of the trends for homecare in 2019 would be consumer confusion around terminology and the differences between home care and home health. As both a home care and home health company, we want to help demystify some of the commonly used terms in home healthcare… Read more »

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  The shortest day of the year has come and gone, and we are on the upswing towards longer days. Even so, we still have several months to go of limited daylight.  Once the festive lights of Christmas are stored away, it is not uncommon to start feeling a bit down.  You may notice that… Read more »

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The holidays should be a time to relax and enjoy the company of family and friends.  However, if you or a family member is carrying the responsibility of being a full-time caregiver, the holidays can sometimes have the opposite effect. It is also a time when adult children and family friends may notice that their… Read more »

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  No matter what age you are, exercising is always a positive step towards improving health.  There are different types of exercise: aerobic, strength training, stretching and balance.  In this post, we are focusing specifically on stretching and range of motion.  To find out more about the mechanics of stretching, we got together with CHCS’… Read more »