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What Does a Nursing Assistant Do in Home Care?

October 24th, 2022

The primary role of a nursing assistant or home health aide is to provide essential aid to people who are unable to perform their daily activities of life. A home health aide generally provides assistance to such people while executing tasks like personal care, getting dressed, eating and help them move around their home. Nursing

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The Reality of Being an In-Home Caregiver

October 14th, 2022

In-Home Caregivers are nursing assistants who provide physical and emotional help to the elderly or disabled people who are unable to execute the daily tasks of life on their own. The common responsibilities of caregivers are grocery shopping, cleaning, preparing meals, and driving patients to regular checkups. In-home caregivers also assist the patients with tasks

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The Home Health Aide Role in Fall Prevention

September 12th, 2022

A caregiver or home health aide can play a pivotal part in a fall prevention program in the home of an older adult. Guidelines and processes that have been modified to identify people who are at risk of falling and to give preventive measures to lower that risk in turn reduces falls and injuries related

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Top 10 Balance Exercises For Seniors

September 9th, 2022

What is Balance Training? Exercises intended to enhance and maintain balance and reduce fall risk are referred to as balance training. Caregivers can greatly improve your ability to safely perform balance exercises. Proprioception: the ability to sense the location, direction, position, and movement of the body and its many parts can also be improved by

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What is a Professional Caregiver? All You Need to know

August 31st, 2022

As the world becomes increasingly complex, more and more people are finding themselves in caregiving positions. This might include taking care of a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease, being a primary caregiver to an older adult who just had surgery, or helping an aging parent with basic needs such as bathing and dressing. As the

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Home Care for Seniors: Mind & Mobility

August 24th, 2022

Home care is an umbrella term that refers to various services designed to help seniors maintain their independence in their homes. Home care can involve simple tasks like meal preparation and handling finances or more complex activities like prescription medication management and transportation. Caring for a senior loved one can be daunting, but with the

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What to do When an Elderly Parent Refuses to Move

July 23rd, 2020

Supporting an Elderly Parent can be Difficult We love our parents so much and we want to care for them, but supporting an elderly parent can be difficult. If caring for your parent in their home is becoming too much, you might suggest to them that they go to an assisted-living facility. However, your parent might resist

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Hiring In-home Care: What you need to know

July 23rd, 2020

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 and quality of life. It is important to plan ahead when considering home care

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Helping Seniors Age in Place

July 23rd, 2020

How Seniors Can Age in Place with Mind & Mobility Home Care At Mind & Mobility, our mission is to help seniors age in place safely. Our approach to home health services aims to do just that. Our Management Team Our centers are managed by Doctors of Physical Therapy (DPT’s) who understand the importance of

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Preventing Falls at Home

June 29th, 2020

Preventing Falls at Home can Greatly Improve Quality of Life One of the largest barriers for an older adult to age at home is fall risk. As adult children, we understand that preventing falls can be the major difference between our parents living a happy, active life and being very limited in what they can

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In-Home Therapy for Stroke Patients

June 29th, 2020

Each year over 750,000 Americans will incur a stroke and be hospitalized. Depending on the type of stroke and the effects it has on the person, rehabilitation will require the interdisciplinary efforts of a Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, and Speech Therapist. It is important that you have a dynamic therapy team get involved as soon

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Military Veterans Twice as Likely to Develop ALS

June 29th, 2020

ALS Affects as Many as 5,000 Veterans in the United States Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a neurological disease characterized by progressively debilitating weakness that may lead to an inability to talk, eat, or move independently. From initial onset of symptoms, life expectancy for Lou Gherig’s Disease is approximately 3-5 years. Although it was discovered

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