Activities for Seniors with Dementia

Alzheimer’s is the most common form dementia, and appears in more than 80 percent of dementia cases. It can cause seniors to withdraw from relationships and stop participating in activities that they used to enjoy. To reduce the effects of severe cognitive impairment it is important to keep these relationships intact. Cognitive Skills Cognitive skills… Read more »

Choosing the Right Senior Care Service Provider

Seniors, especially those requiring memory care services, are vulnerable. It’s important they receive trustworthy, experienced and knowledgeable caregiver support. Fortunately, when you are searching senior care services, you’ll quickly find plenty of quality options are available. The choice is yours to choose from trusted friends and relatives, free-lance caregivers or agency professionals. You’ll also be… Read more »

Lowering Hospital Readmission Rates

Mary Proctor, 83 is a DC resident and a widow that lives alone.  Her adult children live out of state, but she loves to travel to visit her kids, as well as her grandkids, and she lives an active life with friends and neighbors.  She is involved in her church and volunteers for numerous charities…. Read more »

5 Reasons You Need a Senior Care Plan

All too often “a senior care plan” takes place in real-time, as a knee-jerk reaction in response to a crisis. Action must be taken quickly, without clear or complete information and under duress, which is no way to make important decisions. This is why it’s so critical to have a senior care plan in place… Read more »

Solving Senior Transportation Concerns with Uber Health

At 10am, we receive a call from Mary looking for home care for her mother, Patricia. Patricia lost her driver’s license about a year ago and has been experiencing increasing balance and mobility issues due to declining vision. Mary lives out of town but is visiting and recognizes Patricia need for care at home. Our… Read more »