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Oh where is my ...

Have you ever gone to leave the house and searched forever to find your car keys?  Yup!  Happens to all of us, we place something in a specific place and then later when we go to find it we cannot find it. 313 more words

Caregiving

Testimonial: "Brought Meals, Sent Flowers and Cards"

September 3, 2014

It is seldom that anyone can say that they have experienced true friendship and love. It is a pleasure for me to say that my family, friends and church family at Phillips Temple have expressed the true meaning of love, that “philia” love as demonstrated in the new testament. 66 more words

Home Instead Senior Care

Adult Care Centers – A delightful Service With The Elders

Elder people always need extra care & affection and sometimes, it is little difficult to provide the same by the families who look after them. Due to the busy schedules of lifestyle, people fail in procuring the required assistance to their seniors and really get worried for not procuring the real comfort of them. 250 more words

Adult Care

Simply Home Caregiving

Hello there, my name is Jennifer and I am a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) and I specialize in helping seniors stay independent in their homes for as long as possible.   146 more words

Caregiving

40-70 Rule: Executive Summary

Independent research by the Home Instead Senior Care® network of seniors, adult children, senior care and legal professionals provided new insights into the dynamics of the conversations that do – and do not – take place between Baby Boomers and their aging parents. 598 more words

Home Instead Senior Care

What Does the Research Tell Us about Medications and Falls?

Sorry for the delay in posting but we are going to start a new series of blogs on a weekly basis about how medication can lead to falls and what different side effects can come from particular medication. 382 more words

Caregiving

Strive for Goal-Oriented Learning

We all have goals.

Maybe they’re short-term ones: “I want to be able to perform this task in my job.” Others may be a bit bigger picture: “I want to be a director in the next 7-10 years.” Whichever they are, setting and meeting goals are the stepping stones we take in the process of learning. 363 more words

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