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Peninsula Home Care Accepting Nominations for the “Unsung Heroes Caregiver Makeover Contest” - November 2, 2018

Reminding Caregivers to Care for Themselves While Caring for Others During National Caregiver & Home Care Month SALISBURY, MD – Family members, friends and neighbors devote countless hours caring for relatives and loved ones in the role of Caregiver.  They are the glue that holds things together for an individual recovering from an illness, surgery or [.. Read the full article ..]


Peninsula Home Care Salutes Physical Therapists During National Physical Therapy Month - October 15, 2018

PHC Recognizes 3 Staff PT’s as “Outstanding Physical Therapist of the Year” SALISBURY, MD – They improve health and restore mobility and quality of life of the patients they serve. They are physical therapists. With the graying of the shore and the trend toward increased health insurance coverage nationwide, the demand for physical therapists will [.. Read the full article ..]


Peninsula Home Care Eases Fears of Falling for Seniors - October 1, 2018

Fall Education and Prevention Campaign Helps Seniors Stay Safe and Independent SALISBURY, MD – Someone’s “first fall” can end up being their last and devastating to their quality of life.  It can end mobility as they know it and can quickly transition a spouse or child into a caregiver role.  Annually, falls are reported by [.. Read the full article ..]


New “OWLs” Club Takes Flight From Peninsula Home Care and Peninsula Home Care at Nanticoke - August 29, 2018

“Older and Wiser Living” Offers Free Membership and Many Benefits SALISBURY, MD – An average of 10,000 people in the United States turn 65 years of age each day, joining a “club” that often includes gray hair, wrinkles and a greater need for healthcare services. Peninsula Home Care thinks they have a better answer with [.. Read the full article ..]


Peninsula Home Care Protects Patients against Household Hazards - June 20, 2018

SALISBURY, MD – With the arrival of Home Safety Month this June, there’s no better time to evaluate the safety of homes where seniors are living independently to minimize hazards in the home such as falls, burns and poisonings.  While falling is the #1 cause of death for those 65 and older, the good news [.. Read the full article ..]



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