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Tips for Handling Polypharmacy Every Caregiver Needs to Know
If you are a caregiver, you are likely familiar with the variety of medications your loved one takes for their specific ailments. The technical term for one person taking a variety of medicines for one or more conditions is polypharmacy.
Tips for Making the Most of the 2021 Holiday Season
The holidays are typically a joyous time, and, despite the ongoing threat of a pandemic, many people continue to look forward to seeing families and engaging in some end-of-the-year fun. If you are a caregiver, however, the holidays can also be stressful as you prepare to see the family and make plans on top of your daily duties.
Halloween Safety Tips for Seniors
If you have a senior loved one at home, Halloween can be both fun and stressful, especially considering the continuous threat posed by COVID19. Whether you are a caregiver, or simply want to ensure that your senior loved ones have a safer Halloween,
7 Things to Have in Your Emergency Kit
If you’re looking to construct an emergency plan, having an emergency kit that is prepared and stocked will help ensure that your plan will succeed. If you are a home caregiver in NYC, here are ten items that you would want in your emergency kit:
Summer Safety Tips for Seniors
Summer is in full swing in NYC and surrounding areas and, while everyone wants to have a bit of fun in the sun, there are a few important things that should be kept in mind if you are caring for a senior loved one. If you are providing home health care for a loved one in NYC, here are is what you need to know
Geriatric Care Management
With changing times comes a change in the way we care for our elders. In the past, extended families often shared the job of tending to their senior loved ones. These days, families may live farther apart, and the responsibility for care can fall on one overwhelmed family member.
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