Senior Care Study Shows Phone Calls May Keep Loved Ones Out of Hospitals

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Keeping your elderly loved one out of the hospital may be as simple as checking in by phone. That’s what the results of a new study from Harvard University have uncovered: if at-home caregivers used a specific checklist at the end of every visit, families avoided costly and dangerous re-hospitalization. Which is wonderful news because […]

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At-Home Care in Plano—Helping Texas Seniors Stay at Home Affordably

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In the last ten years, the population of elderly individuals in many of the urban areas in Texas has nearly doubled. This has led to a unique situation in The Lone Star State: older individuals often outnumber younger people in any given neighborhood. Unfortunately, the cost of housing in these neighborhoods continues to increase. This […]

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Dementia Care Professionals Combat Little Known form of Dementia

Dementia care services in Texas can help victims of Posterior Cortical Atrophy

Dementia care services in Texas and throughout The United States have been seeing an increase in individuals suffering from a little-known variation of Alzheimer’s disease called PCA. The disease, Posterior Cortical Atrophy, is likely not a new illness but one that has been recently discovered and is only now making its full presence known. While PCA […]

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Learning to Live Comfortably with Arthritis

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May is National Arthritis Awareness Month—time to shine a light on this debilitating condition and give those suffering the hope and help they need to enjoy their lives to the best of their abilities–with or without in home care. The pain and inflammation of arthritis can prevent individuals from performing everyday tasks like tying their […]

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Even Minor Falls Can Be Fatal Falls for Elderly Individuals

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A pair of recent studies has confirmed what doctors and care givers already knew: even minor falls can become fatal falls for elderly men and women. Watching a loved one pass just months after falling and breaking a hip is so commonplace that it’s ingrained in our culture as “common sense.” However, what many people […]

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