Everyone needs a cheerleader!

Stroke recovery is a marathon, not a sprint. For every story of recovery, there is a story of support! Our caregivers do an incredible job of providing the patience and encouragement that is so necessary to a stroke survivor’s success. Some clients need more help than others, but everyone needs a cheerleader, and that is where our caregivers shine! This flyer lays out the many services we provide to support someone who is still recovering from a stroke or trying to cope with the lasting effects. No two people are the same, and everyone has specific needs that we take into consideration when we create a client’s care plan. Need more information? Give us a call at 844-543-3546!

What does the future of Long-Term Care look like?

When we consider long-term care, we typically think of institutional care for seniors. Thankfully, times have changed! As we shift towards the future more healthcare providers are leaning towards a home-based care delivery model. In fact, the Home Care Act of 2021 recommends getting seniors home with the services they need to keep them safe and happy. When it comes to long-term care, most of the need centers around basic ADLs such as dressing, and personal hygiene. Homecare can meet these needs, this is what we specialize in! Do you have a family member that will be transitioning back into the home soon? Give our office a call at 844-543-3546 so that we can give your loved one the smoothest transition possible! 

Living with COPD

Did you know that surveys show 70% of COPD patients have limited physical activity, 56% have issues with completing household chores, and 53% feel limited in social activities? Do you know someone with COPD that is facing the same issues? Our caregivers can help! We help our clients manage their disease while supporting their safety and independence at the same time. People with chronic conditions such as COPD, benefit significantly from home care. Not only does having assistance make life easier, but our care strategies can also really help minimize flare-ups that lead to complications and ultimately, hospitalizations. Helping our clients manage their chronic conditions is a focus for us. If there is someone in your life that you know is limited in their abilities, perhaps it is time to consider home care services to help secure their safety and independence. Please call our office or visit our website for more information regarding our services. Please call our office at 844-543-3546 for more information regarding our services. 

Social Work Month

Happy Social Work Month! Social Workers are the backbone of the healthcare industry and we want to thank them for the mark they make on our community and the people they serve. If you are a Social Worker, we extend our highest appreciation for all that you do for your patients, residents, and clients! Like you, our motivation is to help people live the best life possible. We created this poster to help us all recognize social workers this month and all those who make a positive mark on others! 

Home therapeutic activities for individuals living with Alzheimer’s Disease

“As the Coronavirus pandemic forces many families to stay confined at home, the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) is providing families affected by Alzheimer’s disease with information about simple therapeutic activities they can do to keep their loved one engaged and active while at home.

“Stimulating the brain is beneficial both for individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers. Staying active and engaged can help improve mood, reduce stress and avoid caregiver burnout, and it’s even more important at a time when people are staying indoors for prolonged periods,” said Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr., AFA’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “There are many fun activities caregivers can do with their loved ones to help exercise their minds together, using things they already have at home.”

Here are a number of simple activities that can be done at home and their potential benefits:”

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Today Show: Should seniors take extra precautions against COVID-19 this fall? Experts weigh in.


By Kerry Breen

As the coronavirus pandemic continues and flu season begins, leading to concerns of a “twindemic” in the United States, health experts are urging those who are high-risk for either or both illnesses to limit their social bubbles to stay healthy.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top infectious disease expert in the country, said on Sept. 10 that people needed to prepare to “hunker down and get through this fall and winter.”

“We’ve been through this before,” Fauci said. “Don’t ever, ever underestimate the potential of the pandemic. And don’t try and look at the rosy side of things.”……….

Coronavirus concerns show increased need, demand for home care, experts say

By Daniella Silva

For people recovering from COVID-19, home care can be both essential and elaborate, involving a health care professional who provides additional oxygen, monitors vital signs, administers medication and helps with daily tasks such as eating, bathing and getting in and out of bed.

Home care professionals and nurses said the coronavirus pandemic shows how crucial the industry is. It provides life-saving services to people who are vulnerable while keeping them safe in their own homes.

“It’s been quite a dramatic challenge for all of us and certainly the public health challenge of our lifetime,” said Dr. Steven Landers, president and CEO of the Visiting Nurse Association Health Group, which serves New Jersey and Ohio.

“Nurses, therapists, home health aides, they have really shown up to help fragile, medically vulnerable people stay home and also help people come home from hospitals and nursing homes, which have been under incredible stress,” he said.

Landers said his organization has helped more than 500 patients in New Jersey with home services get out of hospitals and emergency rooms. The workers have adapted to the pandemic, learning new protocols and infection control regimens and wearing new types of protective equipment, he said…….

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