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5 Ways to be a Better Caregiver

From Everyday Health, Written by Joey Corsica Why do we do what we do? Because we CARE. We are Caregivers. And it is our joy and our task to care for the ones we love. Whether you are a spouse, a child, a nurse, a nurses aid, or a social worker you give your energy and… Read more »

Get To Know Us: Non-Medical Home Care

The purpose behind our Non-Medical In-home Services is to keep clients safe and independent as long as possible. We staff 1-24 hours a day in a client’s homes as well as Assisted Living Facilities, Nursing Homes, and Hospitals. Some of the servis our CareGivers provide are: Companionship, Meal Preparation, Personal Care, Toileting,  Bathing, Laundry, Wash/Change… Read more »

Recipe of the Week: Chicken and White Bean Soup

From Everyday Health Prep Time: 25 mins Total Time: 25 mins Ingredients 2 teaspoon oil, olive, extra-virgin 2 leek(s), white and light green parts only, cut into 1/4-inch rounds 1 tablespoon sage, fresh, chopped 28 ounce(s) broth, chicken, less sodium, or 2 14-ounce cans 2 cup(s) water 15 ounce(s) beans, cannellini, rinsed 2 pounds chicken, precooked rotisserie,… Read more »

Get To Know Us: Home Health Services

  Home Health Care brings medical services to you in the privacy of your home. With a doctor’s order, skilled medical professionals can visit you in your home to provide a range of therapy and nursing services to return you safely to your full functioning capacity. Home Health Services provides the following services for pediatric… Read more »

10 Ways to Maintain Your Brain

From the Alzheimer’s Association Head first Good health starts with your brain so don’t take it for granted. It’s one of the most important body organs and needs care and maintenance. Take Brain Health to Heart Heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and stroke can increase your risk of Alzheimer’s. Your Numbers Count Keep your… Read more »

7 Easy Tricks to Eat Healthy All Week

From Everyday Health, By Melissa d’Arabian Are your January resolutions starting to wane? Work is back in full swing and family commitments often leave us too busy to think about those big healthy eating goals we set just a few weeks before. Ambitious year-long goals may be hard to commit to, but you can still make small steps toward… Read more »

Recipe of the Week: Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower

From The American Heart Association 1 1/2 cups cauliflower florets (6 ounces) 2 tsp. grated, reduced-fat Parmesan cheese 1 tsp. chopped, fresh parsley leaves 1/4 tsp. garlic powder 1/4 tsp. ground black pepper salt, to taste 1 tsp. extra virgin olive oil Directions Preheat the oven to 425°F. In a medium bowl, combine the cauliflower,… Read more »

5 Tips for Heart Health

From AARP, by Steven Nissen, M.D., AARP The Magazine, February/March 2015 Every decade, as we get older, many of us find we’re a few pounds heavier. I’m no different. I’m 66, and I just decided it was time to practice what I preach as chair of the cardiology department at the Cleveland Clinic. So I cut… Read more »

Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Is Home Health a Solution to Rising Health Costs?

From US News, Written by By Kimberly Leonard Despite good news in recent weeks about the future of health care spending, a daunting reality remains: The projections may turn out to be true for the next decade, but in the more-distant future, what can be done as Americans get older? “I cannot emphasize enough the budgetary problems… Read more »