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Seniors At Home overview
Seniors At Home Overview in 60 Seconds
Want to find out the easy way how we help older adults and their families? Watch our 60 second Seniors At Home overview below! Seniors At Home’s mission is to help all older adults live safely, independently, and with dignity. Our team provides expert home care as well as specialized ...
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What Will You Do When You Retire?
Retirement is something we often fantasize about as being the time where personal pursuits and newfound free time come as a wonderful relief. But for some of us, the freedom can feel daunting. Many ask the question, “What next?” More than 60% of people over age 60 say they plan ...
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Why You Should Care About Palliative Care
The highlight of Norma’s week is when Marianne comes by to visit. The friends shop and run errands, share tea, and catch up about how Norma, age 85, is doing. The women first met three years ago when Earl, Norma’s husband, had a health crisis. Norma was distraught and overwhelmed, ...
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Teresa's Palliative Care Story
‘A Life-Affirming Service’—Teresa’s Palliative Care Story
Teresa*, a woman in her 60’s, was supported by Seniors At Home’s Palliative Care Team after she was diagnosed with cancer last year. Below, she shares her palliative care story of the support she received through her treatment, and of coming full circle. When I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, ...
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Three Myths about Palliative Care
There are plenty of misconceptions about what palliative care is and isn’t. Those who are suffering with a medical diagnosis often wait to engage with a palliative care team or don’t know how it would benefit them or their family because of a lack of understanding. In the meantime, spiritual, psychosocial ...
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“When is the Last Time You Ate?”—What to Do When Aging Parents Struggle with Meals
Have you noticed that your parent seems to have lost their interest in eating or doesn’t seem to be eating on a regular basis? Perhaps you’ve noticed that ice cream and cereal are the only two foods you find in the kitchen? While it is common for metabolism and appetite ...
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Caregivers Talk about the End of Life
At Seniors At Home, we believe that caregivers who feel supported are happier, more confident, and able to provide superior care to the seniors they work with. One of the many ways in which we support our valued caregivers is through ongoing and specialized training. We offer caregivers training on ...
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5 Quick Tips for Managing Arthritis Pain
Nearly half of all adults over age 65 have been diagnosed with Arthritis or a related condition. Arthritis causes pain and fatigue that can slow down one’s life and lead to inactivity or isolation for those who are suffering. The good news is that there are some steps you or ...
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'End of Life Option Act'
What Does the ‘End of Life Option Act’ Mean for Palliative Care?
By Redwing Keyssar, RN, Director of Seniors At Home’s Palliative Care Program There is much conversation about the End of Life Option Act, which went into effect on June 9 in California. This new law authorizes an adult who meets certain qualifications, and who is determined to be suffering from ...
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Seniors Need Care that Will Adapt to Changing Needs
90% of older adults prefer to remain living in their home as they age. And even if they begin to need day-to-day assistance or ongoing health care, 82% would still like to receive this care at home. Aging often comes with issues that are complex and the home care needs ...
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