Staying Connected To Your Loved One Who Is Aging In Place

by on April 2, 2020

When you have a loved one who is aging in place, it will be important to both of you that you stay connected to one another. Your loved one will need this on-going connection to avoid feelings of isolation. You’ll want to maintain it so that you have peace of mind in knowing that your…continue reading

5 Things To Do To Prevent Sadness During Coronavirus

by on March 29, 2020

While the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to ravage the world, we are all prepared to stay in our homes for a long stretch of time. During this time, especially if you’re living on your own, it can be hard to avoid a feeling of sadness. Isolation from the rest of the world can certainly cause these…continue reading

Emergency Warning Signs Of Coronavirus

by on March 25, 2020

As more information becomes available about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) it is important to be aware of the initial symptoms that those who have the virus may be presenting with in the early stages of having the virus. If you have these symptoms you should consult a medical professional. While it is important to understand the…continue reading

Be Aware Of These Coronavirus Symptoms

by on March 15, 2020

As the world continues to mobilize in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) it is important that you recognize the symptoms if you were to experience them. The mortality rate of this virus is significantly higher than that of the seasonal flu, and it will still impact those over 65 years of…continue reading

Protecting Yourself From COVID-19

by on March 10, 2020

As the news seems to change daily on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) there are a few things you can do to keep yourself healthy and safe. While news changes, the underlying ways to stay safe from the virus remain the same. Here are a few things you can do to keep you and your family safe. If…continue reading

When To Be Seen By A Medical Provider If You’re Experiencing Flu Like Symptoms

by on February 25, 2020

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) indicates that the largest risk group for deaths from flu are those 65 years old and older.  In fact, those over 65 years or older make up 75-80% of all flu deaths each year. If you have symptoms that you think may be the flu, you can review our…continue reading