Month: December 2013

6 Strategies to Deal with the Stress of Home Care

By patrick / December 24, 2013 / Comments Off on 6 Strategies to Deal with the Stress of Home Care

Caring for an elderly person can sometimes be demanding to the point of taking us to the breaking point. Those of you who care for seniors at home, or in care facilities know how this feels. It is essential that we take time out to care for ourselves or we too will become sick. Think…

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Santa Comes to Gramercy Court Skilled Care

By patrick / December 24, 2013 / Comments Off on Santa Comes to Gramercy Court Skilled Care

Santa got a lot more than he gave. We met some very special and grateful “boys and girls” that day

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Selecting the right Home Care

By patrick / December 11, 2013 / Comments Off on Selecting the right Home Care

When first confronted with the disturbing realization that our loved ones might not be fully able to care for themselves anymore, we tend to get overwhelmed immediately with all the problems that new paradigm represents. “How can we afford to get help?” “Who Can Help?” “Will the government help us?” Many are tempted to reach…

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The Most Destructive of Caregivers Emotions

By patrick / December 5, 2013 / Comments Off on The Most Destructive of Caregivers Emotions

Caregiving often leads to one of the most destructive of caregiver emotions. Yet now God in his gracious kindness declares us not guilty. He has done this through Christ Jesus, who has freed us by taking away our sins. Romans 3:24 (NLT) Guilt ranks at the top of the list as one of the most…

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