1. Helping your Client Manage RA with Home Health Care

    Rheumatoid Arthritis, sometimes called RA, is a degenerative form of arthritis that can affect someone with RA’s entire health and outlook. It is not an easy condition to diagnose and can look like other illnesses. The symptoms are not consistent for RA and can fade and flare in some people, multiple rounds of testing may need to be done. While X-rays can show evidence of some forms of arthritis…Read More

  2. Steps to Keep your Senior Family Member Safe at Home

    Safety proofing your home for optimal security with senior adult who may easily hurt themselves can be intimidating and overwhelming. It is not like childproofing with a crawling infant. Adults know how to do things for themselves and are not limited by a few feet off the floor, they can reach much more and deserve the dignity they deserve, while still keeping them safe. There can be so much more …Read More

  3. The Birds Are Singing, the Snow is Melting … It’s Spring

    Here Are Some Great Elder Care Ideas to Keep in Mind With the warmer weather on its way, the arrival of spring is encouraging people to get out of the house, get to the stores, go to the parks, and do many other wonderful activities. When it comes to elder care, depending on the senior’s physical limitations as well as their abilities, there are some things to keep in mind. Safety still needs to…Read More

  4. Diabetic Care Services

    Elder Care – Staying Healthy is Important Especially When You Have Diabetes

    Diabetes is a metabolic disorder in which a person has high blood sugar. It is either due to inadequate insulin production or the cells cannot respond to insulin properly. There are two types of diabetes. Type 1 does not produce insulin and with type 2, the body cannot produce enough insulin to function well. This type 2 may also due to an unhealthy lifestyle. Signs and symptoms include: ·   …Read More