Symptoms Of The Flu In People Over 65

by on February 22, 2020

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports that those over 65 years old are most likely to get sick and die from flu like symptoms. In fact, they estimate that between 75-80% of all flu deaths occur each year in the population of adults that are 65 years old or older. If you are in…continue reading

Three Reasons You Should Consider Getting A Pet When Aging In Place

by on February 16, 2020

When you’ve considered aging in place, you may not have thought about one of the best things you can do to improve your overall health, adopting a pet. It may seem that having a pet would be just another thing to worry about when you already to need to look after yourself, but studies show…continue reading

The Aging In Place Healthy Living Checklist

by on February 11, 2020

So you’ve decided that aging in place is right for you? This is great news and a wonderful decision to keep you in your home and healthy for the next chapter of your life. As part of that journey you will want to make sure you are doing everything you can to keep yourself healthy…continue reading

4 Things You Can Do To Make Your House Safer When Aging In Place

by on January 25, 2020

The National Institute on Aging has released some new information on steps you can take to make your home safer if you’re considering aging in place. These are things you can do now so that as you get older your house is ready to be as safe as it can be. If you or a…continue reading

How To Prevent A Staircase From Being A Hazard In Your Home

by on January 15, 2020

If you or a loved one are aging in place, one of the trickiest areas of your house can be navigating a staircase. While single floor living is popular, many who wish to live on their own like to have space for visitors which may not be accommodated by a single floor living space. It…continue reading

Our Wound and Ostomy Care Program Can Help Heal You

by on January 10, 2020

If you have experienced a wound and need care in your home, we can help. Our services are paired with your physician and any other caregiver you are working with in a team approach to making sure your wounds heal in a timely manner. Some types of wounds we can handle are; pressure ulcers wounds…continue reading