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It's often said that the golden years of your life are the most enjoyable. For most older adults in the U.S., it's a time to unwind, reflect, and live in the comfort of familiar surroundings. And that's how it should be - most senior citizens in America worked hard to build a better economy, serve their communities, and raise their families. Shouldn't they be able to age with grace and dignity at home?

The answer is undoubtedly "yes," but as seniors age, they sometimes need assistance to live independently. Unfortunately, many older adults are unable to rely on adult children for help due to busy schedules, a lack of expertise, or both. That's where Mind & Mobility's home care in Miami, FL begins to make a lot of sense.

Our in-home care services cater to those who want to stay in their homes as they age but require ongoing care that their loved ones cannot provide. Nowadays, most seniors prefer to live away from long-term care facilities and closer to their home where they feel most at ease.

If you or your senior loved one wants to thrive in their own house and avoid care facilities, in-home care is an effective, safe way to give family and friends the care they need when they need it the most.

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The Mind & Mobility Difference

Mind & Mobility is a home care agency that takes pride in helping seniors enjoy life at home with grace and comfort. One of the biggest reasons why so many seniors and their families choose us is that our senior caregivers in Miami, FL, do more than just change bedsheets and prepare meals. They make it a point to provide compassionate care and connect with patients on a personal level.

Instead of eliminating independence from our senior population in Florida, we believe in maximizing it - a goal that's not always supported by assisted living facilities and nursing homes. In fact, those locations are often overpriced, understaffed, and known for the spread of disease. Senior care from Mind & Mobility provides a more emotionally and financially relieving option, whether you need a little help around the house or more involved services like companion care or dementia care.

While we take pride in providing compassionate caregiving services for seniors at home, we also offer clients free access to our Mind & Mobility Homecare Center in South Florida. Here, your senior can receive treatment from therapists who are experts in physical, occupational, and speech therapy.

Our therapists work collaboratively in a supportive environment, taking into consideration the client's needs and concerns. They combine their expertise with the latest research in their fields to deliver cutting-edge, evidence-based services. With unlimited access to one-on-one sessions, our therapists' top priority is to help seniors live and age gracefully at home without having to relocate to an assisted living facility.

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What is Senior Care in Miami, FL?

Many older adults in the United States prefer to age at home, as it offers a sense of security, comfort, and familiarity. According to an AARP report, three out of four adults aged 50 and above wish to stay in their homes and communities as they age.

However, as adults approach their 60s and 70s, some may require assistance around the house, especially when family members are too busy or live far away. The truth is that the natural process of aging can make it challenging to continue living at home. Simple tasks like running errands become more difficult due to mobility issues. Preparing healthy meals and keeping track of medications and appointments can also become a challenge. Safety becomes a concern, and family members may worry about the well-being of their loved ones.

In these situations, in-home care is often a perfect fit. It allows seniors to enjoy personal independence while also receiving trustworthy assistance from a trained caregiver.

Mind & Mobility provides a comprehensive range of home care services to help seniors stay healthy while they receive the help they need to remain independent. If you have a senior loved one who needs some extra help to stay happy and healthy, giving them the gift of senior care is one of the best ways to show your love, even from afar.

Some of the most common home care services offered at Mind & Mobility include.

  • Light Housekeeping
  • Nutrition Monitoring
  • Assistance with Technology
  • Meal Preparation
  • Dressing, Bathing, & Grooming
  • Medication Reminders
  • Laundry Services
  • Activity Escorts
  • Much More
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Did You Know?

U.S. adults over the age of 60 have a 59% higher chance of being unable to perform daily routines and activities if they're lonely.

Our in-home care services are covered by medical insurance, long-term care policies, and private pay. Members have the freedom to choose their own caregiver and can benefit from unlimited physical and occupational therapy, regular visits from a registered nurse, and care management from a licensed clinical social worker.

Curious if home care in Miami, FL is right for you or your older loved one? Contact our office in Florida today for a no-pressure discovery call to learn more. If you or your loved one is ready to live life to the fullest, getting in-home care from Mind & Mobility is a quick, easy three-step process.

1. Speak to a Care Representative

One of our skilled care representatives will speak with you in person or over the phone and help you select the best home care plan to keep your loved one happy at home.

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2. Go Over Your Care Plan

A local care professional from Mind & Mobility will travel to your home and sit with you one-on-one to discuss the details of your care plan.

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3. Thrive from the Comfort of Home

Once your care plan is selected, you will have the pleasure of watching your senior loved one enjoy an independent life at home with the help of a compassionate caregiver.

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Companion Care You Can Count On

Aging in place refers to the practice of aging adults living in their homes as they grow old. Studies show that around 77% of retirees prefer to stay in their homes for as long as possible, and home care can be an excellent way to bridge the gap between receiving elder care and staying at home.

Allowing your aging loved ones to maintain their independence is one of the greatest gifts you can give them. This can contribute to their overall health and well-being, as opposed to a living facility where they may feel powerless and depressed. Unfortunately, these facilities often take away a senior's ability to do simple things like cooking for themselves, scheduling visits with family and friends, and even bathing in the comfort of their own homes.

Home care in Miami, FL, including companion care services, is designed to provide both medical and non-medical solutions that your senior needs in order to maintain their independence. That way, your senior doesn't have to destabilize their life or adjust to a new way of living away from home.

Mind & Mobility companion care incorporates a number of different services, including.

  • Spending Time with Your Senior
  • Conversation
  • Homemaking Support
  • Planning Outings
  • Mobility Assistance
  • Help with Nutrition
  • Staying Active
  • Memory Skills and Games
  • Running Errands
  • More

Getting Started with Companion Care from Mind & Mobility

To learn more about our companion care services, you can contact any of our nine locations in Florida to request a care consultation with one of our representatives. During your consultation, we'll assess your needs to ensure that we provide the right caregiver at the right time to meet your specific requirements.

Doing so helps us ensure that we get it right the first time. We'll also be happy to answer any questions you may have and introduce you to the team of senior home companions who will provide you with companion care services in Florida.

Need home care companion services on short notice? As a respected senior care business with more than a decade of experience, we have access to a large pool of senior caregivers in Miami, FL who would be happy to provide you or your senior with last-minute support.

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Take a Break with RespiteCare Services from Mind & Mobility

Taking care of a senior loved one can be a tiring and overwhelming task, particularly if the caregiver is employed full-time and has other responsibilities to handle. Taking care of an older adult in such a situation can result in caregiver burnout, which can lead to a decline in the quality of care provided and even illness. To combat this issue, many adult caregivers choose respite care as a solution instead of full-time home care in Miami, FL.

According to AARP, more than 53 million adults in the United States provide care to someone aged 50 or older. Unfortunately, many of these caregivers experience stress, fatigue, and even depression.

Respite care services offer a short-term break to family members and unpaid caregivers from their caregiving duties. This is a crucial service that benefits both seniors and their caregivers and can be arranged for a few hours or even several days, depending on their requirements.

What are the Benefits of Respite Care from Mind & Mobility?

Respite care services can have a significantly positive impact on the health of your elderly loved one, as well as your own. Whether it's for an extended period of time or just a few hours a week, respite care can help ease the burden of caregiving.

Taking some time off for yourself may seem selfish at first, but it's crucial to recharge your batteries to be able to continue providing care. Taking a short (or longer-term) break can also improve the overall quality of your care. Plus, professional respite care services offer your senior an opportunity to learn from and engage with a compassionate caregiver from Mind & Mobility.

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Some of the most common caregiving services provided by our respite care professionals include.

  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Medication Reminders
  • Meal Preparation
  • Help with Dressing and Grooming
  • Bathing Assistance
  • More

Our respite care services in Florida are typically offered on a temporary basis. However, we also serve many clients who require assistance on a weekly or monthly basis, depending on their specific needs. We recognize that care needs and schedules can be subject to change, and we strive to be flexible in our approach to ensure that your and your family's needs are met.

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Three Hurdles That Family Caregivers Face

Caring for your aging parents can be a fulfilling act of love. As you reminisce about the care they gave you while growing up, you now have the opportunity to return the favor. However, providing care for loved ones can be challenging. It's important to anticipate the obstacles you may face and learn how to manage them to protect your own health and well-being.

Here are three of the toughest challenges that family caregivers have to face when caring for their senior parents or loved ones.

Enough Support

Not Enough Support

It's common to feel like you're carrying the majority of the burden when it comes to taking care of your aging parents. However, assuming that you are solely responsible for their care can be overwhelming and cause strain in other relationships. It's important to remember that caring for someone else is not a one-person job. Attempting to do so can lead to burnout, depression, and other serious health issues. It can also negatively impact the level of care your parents receive.

Enough Sleep

Not Enough Sleep

Interrupted sleep can be a problem for older adults whose circadian clock has shifted, leading them to wake up more frequently throughout the night. It can also be a result of stress and worry. If dementia is a factor, you may need to stay alert due to sundowning and wandering. Those tasks can be difficult and require a sharp mind that has had plenty of rest. In fact, getting enough sleep is crucial for your ability to provide the best care for your parents, as well as for your own physical and emotional well-being.

Enough Privacy

Not Enough Privacy

Sharing living space with your parents can compromise both your physical and emotional privacy. This is especially true if one or both of your parents have dementia, which can cause them to feel afraid or disoriented when you're not around. At the same time, your parents may also find it difficult to maintain their privacy while under your care.

That begs the question - how can you conquer the challenges that most family caregivers face on a daily basis?

In-Home Care in Miami, FL Helps Alleviate Your Burden

Mind & Mobility's in-home caregivers can be there to help you ensure the best care for your parents and a healthier life balance for yourself. Taking a break from caregiving is not just a great idea; it's essential.

Our respite care services offer you regular breaks from caregiving, which allows you to take care of yourself while enriching your parents' lives. We provide opportunities for socialization and engaging activities, along with the necessary support to ensure safety and comfort. You can rest easy knowing that your parents are in the best of hands while you take a break.


Compassionate Care When You Need It the Most

At Mind & Mobility Home Care, we take pride in our commitment to helping older adults maintain a high-quality life. Our team of senior caregivers cares deeply about the well-being of our clients and works together to craft personalized services that are backed by research and experience.

Our home care services are designed to support clients in various ways. Whether it's recovering from hip surgery, preventing falls, enhancing cognitive abilities through brain training, or pursuing new hobbies, you can rest easy knowing we have your senior's health and happiness at heart.

Of course, every one of our clients has their own unique needs and goals, and we adjust their levels of care accordingly. But one aspect of our home care services never changes - and that's the compassionate care we provide to seniors so that they may remain independent.

Contact Mind & Mobility today to take the first step toward aging gracefully at home. We'll be there by your side every step of the way.

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No. 4 Florida Primed for Rivalry Series at Miami

CORAL GABLES, Fla. – No. 4 Florida baseball treks south to Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field to take on the Miami Hurricanes in a three-game series this weekend.The series premiere is set for Friday night at 7 p.m. ET on ACC Network Extra, followed by an ACC Network showdown on Saturday at 3 p.m. Sunday's series finale streams on ACC Network Extra at 1 p.m.The Gators have won eight of the last nine series vs. the Canes, with the lone series loss coming in 2021 for the grand opening of Condron Family Ballpark. Under ...

CORAL GABLES, Fla. – No. 4 Florida baseball treks south to Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field to take on the Miami Hurricanes in a three-game series this weekend.

The series premiere is set for Friday night at 7 p.m. ET on ACC Network Extra, followed by an ACC Network showdown on Saturday at 3 p.m. Sunday's series finale streams on ACC Network Extra at 1 p.m.

The Gators have won eight of the last nine series vs. the Canes, with the lone series loss coming in 2021 for the grand opening of Condron Family Ballpark. Under head coach Kevin O'Sullivan, Florida is 39-17 vs. Miami featuring a 16-8 road mark.

Last season, Florida claimed games one (10-4) and three (14-4) in Gainesville for a series win despite dropping the Saturday contest (14-6). If Florida were to sweep this weekend, it would gain its first all-time series lead since March 6, 1971 (last tied: Feb. 26, 1978). Miami currently holds a slight edge all-time as the Gators trail, 132-134-1.

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Friday | 7 ET (ACCNX) Saturday | 3 ET (ACCN) Sunday | 1 ET (ACCNX)
Florida LHP Cade Fisher (1-1, 9.00 ERA) RHP Liam Peterson (1-0, 0.00 ERA) LHP Jac Caglianone (0-0, 9.00 ERA)
Miami RHP Gade Ziehl (0-0, 7.71 ERA) LHP Rafe Schlesinger (1-0, 0.82 ERA) LHP Herick Hernandez (2-0, 0.00 ERA)

Florida remained at No. 4 in the D1Baseball Top 25 this week. The Gators are a consensus top-six team nationally, coming in at No. 5 per Baseball America and No. 6 according to the NCBWA.

SCOUTING THE CANES Miami is coming off a Wednesday loss to Florida Gulf Coast, sporting a 5-3 record entering the series. As a team, the Hurricanes are slashing .346/.464/.644 with 22 home runs in eight contests. On the mound, UM pitchers have worked to a 3.96 ERA over 75.0 innings. Miami is fielding at a .981 clip.

COOL GABLES The Gators have won four-straight series in Coral Gables against the Hurricanes, posting a 9-3 record with their last series loss coming in 2014. Going beyond that, Florida is 6-1 in the last seven series at Miami, going 15-6 since 2010. The lone series loss occurred in 2014 (L 4-6, L 2-5, W 6-4).

LAST TIME OUT Florida split its midweek matchups, falling at Stetson (L, 7-4) before rebounding to defeat Bethune-Cookman (9-2). The relief duo of right-handers Ryan Slater and Grayson Smith combined for 5 2/3 scoreless frames behind two-run homers from catcher Luke Heyman and outfielder Ty Evans at Stetson. Against Bethune-Cookman, freshman southpaw Robert Satin earned his first-career win and infielder/outfielder Tyler Shelnut finished a triple shy of the cycle.

SERIESLY WINNING Florida has won 17 of its last 19 three-game, regular-season series dating back to the 2022 season including 11 of 13 in SEC play. The Gators are 34-11 in weekend series since 2023 and 43-14 over their last 19.

NON-CON DOMINANCE After Wednesday's win over B-CU, Florida has now won 19 of its last 21 regular season non-conference games. Dating back to 2023, the Gators are 28-5 in regular-season, non-con action.

NATIONAL DEFENSE The Gators have committed two errors across 265 chances this season, including just one miscue by a UF position player. Florida's .992 fielding percentage leads the SEC and ranks third nationally behind Oral Roberts and Boston College. From the second inning of the season opener until the eighth inning on Wednesday vs. B-CU, Florida went 67 1/3 innings without committing an error.

MOUND MILESTONES Florida's 102 strikeouts through eight games is the team's most-ever to open as a season. As a staff, the Gators rank second in the nation with 13.3 strikeouts per nine innings behind Florida State (15.6 K/9).

TRUE FRESHMAN FIREPOWER Florida true freshman hurlers are off to an unprecedented start this season. The quintet of righty Alex Philpott, right-hander Liam Peterson, Satin, Smith and righty Reilly Witmer has combined to go 4-0 with 27 1/3 scoreless innings, 35 strikeouts and 16 walks. Philpott (2-0, 9.2 IP, 0 R, 5 H, 6 BB, 12 K) and Peterson (1-0, 7.0 IP, 0 R, 3 H, 4 BB, 13 K) have been particularly brilliant.

THE NEW 12 IN TOWN Following Hunter Barco and Hurston Waldrep in donning No. 12 in Orange & Blue, Peterson is fresh off SEC Co-Freshman of the Week honors. Peterson made two starts, tossing three shutout innings on one hit, one walk and seven strikeouts in his collegiate debut at North Florida. He then made a Saturday start and shut out Columbia over four frames. The youngster carries a 0.00 ERA, .125 BAA and 16.7 strikeouts per nine into his second-career weekend start on March 2.

THE CAGLIANONE FILE 2023 Golden Spikes Award Finalist and ABCA National Position Player of the Year Jac Caglianone enters the series slashing .469/.575/.688 on the season with more than twice as many walks (seven) as strikeouts (three). Ranking fourth in the SEC in average, Caglianone owns two homers, one double, 11 RBI and 11 runs. He has hit safely in all eight games this season.

GOING STREAKING Four Gators have reached base safely in all eight games this season: Caglianone, Heyman, infielder Colby Shelton and outfielder Michael Robertson. Although Caglianone's eight-game hit streak leads Florida, Evans owns a seven-game hitting streak after missing the season opener due to injury.

SHELL-O SHOTS Shelnut and Shelton lead the Gators with three home runs apiece. Both players are hitting over .340 and slugging above .720. Shelton leads the team with 13 runs while Shelnut's 12 RBI are tied with Heyman for the team high. Shelton and Shelnut join Caglianone as the lone Gators with an OPS above 1.200, ranking first and third on the squad, respectively.

THIS PHILLY AIN'T CHICKEN Philpott has opened his career with 9 2/3 scoreless innings and a .152 batting average against. He is tied for second on UF with four appearances and his two victories pace the roster. Philpott is one of five qualified SEC hurlers with a 0.00 ERA and wields 11.2 strikeouts per nine.

FRIDAY NIGHT FISH After a shaky first start, Friday night man Cade Fisher rebounded vs. Columbia. Fisher logged a career-high 10 strikeouts and zero walks across five innings of two-run ball. The outing paved the way for a Florida program record for single-game strikeout-to-walk ratio with 18 strikeouts and zero walks.

THE ARMANDOLORIAN Playing in place of infielder Cade Kurland, transfer senior infielder Armando Albert has gone 4-for-9 (.444/.688/.444) with zero strikeouts and four walks to open the campaign.

MAGIC MIKEY Robertson is off to a strong start at the dish, having already surpassed his double output (five) in 35 at bats after doubling four times in 186 at bats last season. He is hitting .314/.385/.457 on the year highlighted by nine runs and two steals.

SEE YA SLATER Philpott is not the only Gator to sit inside the top 10 in the SEC in ERA, as Slater ranks eighth with a 0.90 ERA through a team-high 10.0 innings pitched. Opposing hitters are batting .176 against Slater, who has surrendered six hits and three walks while striking out 13 batters.

TYBO TANKS Despite missing the season opener due to injury, Evans has hit safely in every game since and is slashing .320/.485/.680 backed by two home runs, one triple, one double, 10 RBI and six runs in 25 at bats.

SULLY SUPERLATIVES Since O'Sullivan's 2008 arrival, no college program has more CWS trips (eight), Super Regionals hosted (nine), top-eight national seeds (10) and NCAA Tournament bids (15) than the Florida Gators. Overall, Florida's 15-straight NCAA bids represent the second-longest active streak in the sport. The Gators have also hosted 12 NCAA Regionals out of a possible 15 during O'Sullivan's tenure (no NCAA Tournament in 2020), which ranks first in the nation. Looking at the SEC specifically, Florida's .617 winning percentage (277-172) since 2008 is the top mark in the conference.

YEAR TO REMEMBER The 2023 Gators finished the season as the NCAA Runner-Up while winning a program-record 54 games and capturing the team's 16th SEC Regular-Season Championship. In making the program's 13th MCWS appearance including the eighth under O'Sullivan, the Gators claimed their 15th NCAA Regional Title and posted 50 victories for the seventh time ever. In the process, the Gators set single-season program records in home runs (145), pitching strikeouts (725), strikeouts per nine innings (10.6) and offensive hit-by-pitches (90).

2023 STANDOUTS Seven different Gators collected All-American honors in 2023 including two unanimous first team selections in outfielder Wyatt Langford and Caglianone. That is on top of Florida's league-high seven All-SEC selections. Of those seven All-Americans, four are back in Orange & Blue including Caglianone, Neely (second team), Kurland (freshman team) and left-hander Cade Fisher (freshman team). Florida also saw O'Sullivan honored as the ABCA Southeast Region Coach of the Year and Caglianone as the ABCA National Position Player of the Year.

ON DECK The Gators are back at home next week for five games at Condron Family Ballpark. Florida hosts FAU on Tuesday followed by UCF on Wednesday, before welcoming St. Mary's to town for a three-game series. All five games will stream on SEC Network+.

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