2015 Video Archive
Finding Comfort at Family Gatherings
Holidays are times for family, friends and loved ones to gather together. Sometimes it can be a challenge to logistically work out where the family will gather and how elderly relatives will have the opportunity to attend. Here are several tips on what to take into account when planning a family gathering so everyone can enjoy themselves and have a good time.
How to Choose Home Care
Being discharged from the hospital after an illness or injury can be just as stressful as the reason for being admitted. The panic of “what now?” comes over many family members and loved ones left to care for the patient. But a sigh of relief can be heard down the halls of the hospital when the words “home care” are spoken and the “what now” quickly turns into “what home care?”
Jack Fisher, of Seaford, Delaware didn’t know if he would have the opportunity to celebrate his 80th birthday at home with his friends and family. One month before the big day Jack was waking up in an in-patient rehabilitation facility after being hospitalized for congestive heart failure (CHF) and kidney problems.
Heat Related Illness
The sun is shining and temperatures are rising! Summer has arrived which means heat related illnesses such as heat rash, heat exhaustion and heat stroke are quite common this time of year. For those who are “high risk,” such as the elderly or those with other medical conditions, now is the time to learn how to proactively handle the summer heat.
How to Grow Old at Home
National Nurse Week 2015
They are unsung heroes and there are 2.7 Millions of them across the Nation. Nurses. They are the one person (other than your mother) that you turn when you are sick, recovering from an illness or surgery or need a little extra TLC to feel better.
Home Health Care
Healthcare is constantly changing. Homecare is one of the most rapidly changing forms of healthcare. When it comes to keeping people out of the hospital, homecare leads the charge.
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