3 Chair Exercises for Parkinson’s patients

September 6th, 2019

Exercises for Parkinson’s patients are designed to help counter the forward slumped posture and rigidity that develops as the disease progresses. Through physical therapy, patients are able to regain their mobility and live fuller lives. Chair exercises for Parkinson’s patients can be performed in an outpatient therapy center, and even within their own home. Are

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Hiring In-home Care: What you need to know

September 5th, 2019

Hiring in-home care is a critical decision when considering your aging loved one’s health. It has been proven to be the most effective living arrangement, not only in terms of rehabilitation but also for maintaining your loved one’s overall well being. Before hiring an in-home caregiver, there are a couple of things to consider. You

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Spouse of Parkinson’s patient shares home care client story

September 4th, 2019

Client stories of in-home care and therapy are not only first-account experiences from the person receiving treatment. Spouses and caretakers are also great subjects for speaking on the quality of care their loved one receives, like in the case of our client Terezinha Fonseca-Crumb. Terezinha’s husband, Richard Crumb, has been a client of Mind &

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