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Peninsula Home Care Becomes First Home Care Agency in the Region to Deploy Community Health Workers - December 9, 2014

How can we help you take better care of yourself? SALISBURY, MD – Health providers across the nation are turning to community health workers (CHWs) to serve as connectors between health care consumers and providers. Peninsula Home Care is leading the way as the first home care agency in the region to offer community health [.. Read the full article ..]


Peninsula Home Care Offers Free Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshops - November 10, 2014

SEAFORD, DE – Some people are sick and tired – of being sick and tired? People diagnosed with chronic diseases such as cancer, arthritis, heart disease or diabetes face an uphill battle most days to find the strength to manage their illness, curb their pain and have a positive outlook on life. Peninsula Home Care [.. Read the full article ..]


Peninsula Home Care’s Pulse is on Providing Tools to Measure Oxygen Levels for Healthy Lung Month - October 6, 2014

SALISBURY, MD – It’s amazing how something so small and simple can save lives. Like the little clip placed on a patient’s finger during a well-check. This device, called a pulse oximeter, is used to measure oxygen levels in the bloodstream. These fingertip size devices become a lifesaving tool when they detect problems in the [.. Read the full article ..]


Peninsula Home Care Becomes First in the Region to Certify Therapists to Treat Stroke Patients with Saebo Neurological Orthotic Devices - September 1, 2014

Innovative Rehabilitation Products Designed to Re-Program the Brain For more than 700,000 stroke patients in the U.S. each year, the crippling reality of stroke is not only physical, it is all encompassing. Getting dressed, making a sandwich, brushing teeth … even the most basic task becomes a daily challenge.  But, hope can be found in [.. Read the full article ..]


Peninsula Home Care Promotes Lifesaving Vaccines for Seniors - August 6, 2014

National Immunization Month highlights how regularly scheduled vaccinations and up-to-date medical records can save lives. Scheduling vaccinations regularly is one of the single most important steps of staying healthy and preventing illness, year-round and long-term. An estimated 45,000 adults ages 65 and older die annually from complications due to vaccine-preventable diseases. “One of the biggest [.. Read the full article ..]



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