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Exercise Helps With Memory And Learning

Athletes’ Brains Are Just As Buff As Their Biceps Published May 3, 2017 By Dr. Glen Finney Exercise helps with learning and memory When many people think of impressive brain power, the stereotypical image of a skinny bookworm may come to mind. However, when it comes to building a healthy brain as an adult, new research… Read more »

Keeping You Safe In Your Home

CareGivers America’s Durable Medical Equipment Company is dedicated to providing the equipment you need to remain safely in your home. Let our Friendly staff assist you with the documentation you need from your doctor and work with your insurances to guarantee the fastest results. Free delivery, set-up, and instruction is provided by our trained staff… Read more »

Art Therapy Can Help With Alzheimers

The Value of Art Therapy By Senior Living Link Staff on April 24, 2017 There is little debate that art provides positive benefits for all individuals. In fact, several studies credit art with reducing depression and anxiety, both common symptoms of chronic diseases. Developmental psychologist Erik Erikson claims that older adults who participate in therapeutic… Read more »

How to Get Started with CareGivers America

Once you call CareGivers America, we will come to your home and conduct an in-depth assessment of your lifestyle and medical condition(s). There is no charge or obligation for this initial interview. We will explain the kinds of services that are available, answer any questions, and offer guidance on sometimes difficult healthcare decisions. Based on… Read more »

Is assisted living different from a nursing home?

Yes, assisted living is different from a nursing home (also known as a skilled nursing facility or long-term facility). “Assisted living” means receiving some assistance with the tasks of daily living, “Nursing home care,” on the other hand, provides 24-hour nursing care and supervision because their residents need assistance all of the time, Assisted living… Read more »

Cost of Health Care Law Is Seen as Decreasing

  Source from Annie Lowrey, The New York Times Over the next few years, the government is expected to spend billions of dollars less than originally projected on the law, analysts said, with both the Medicaid expansion and the subsidies for private insurance plans ending up less expensive than anticipated. Economists broadly agree that the sluggish… Read more »

A Geriatric Care Professional, A Big Help

Source from The Times Tribune, written by: Dr. Anthony Komaroff, a physician and professor at Harvard Medical School. Go to his website to send questions and get additional information: www.askdoctork.com Question: Taking care of my elderly father, with his complicated medical care, has become more than I can handle. A friend suggested I hire a… Read more »

Jeff Winner (Care America) Appointed to BIANYS Board of Directors

Care America, a CareGivers America company in New York, is proud to announce the appointment of Jeffrey Winner, Corporate Compliance and Structured Day Program Director for Care America, to the Board of Directors for the Brain Injury Association of New York State (BIANYS) At-Large seat. Jeff has been an active member of BIANYS since 2007…. Read more »

Obama administration awards $55 million to boost health-care workforce

Source from The Washington Post The Department of Health and Human Services has awarded $55.5 million in grants to help bolster a health-care workforce that is stretched thin and possibly due for more strain under the Affordable Care Act. The health legislation, known as Obamacare, requires the uninsured to obtain medical coverage, potentially placing more stress on… Read more »