Month: June 2015

Harmony Home Care Featured on News10 Sacramento

By patrick / June 24, 2015 / Comments Off on Harmony Home Care Featured on News10 Sacramento
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Harmony Home Care is participating as a title sponsor in the annual Sacramento Healthcare Vendor Fair, June 25th at the Sacramento Convention Center. Our CEO Patrick Philbrick was interviewed for this event and given a chance to highlight the resources Harmony makes available to families suffering from the hardship of dealing with a loved one…

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A Family Caregiver Who’s Feeling Rundown Will Benefit from Professional Elder Care Services

By patrick / June 22, 2015 / Comments Off on A Family Caregiver Who’s Feeling Rundown Will Benefit from Professional Elder Care Services
african senior patient with female nurse

It’s easy to feel rundown and fatigued when trying to take care of an elderly loved one. For Melanie, supporting her aging mother wasn’t something she had planned on, but after she had suffered from astroke, she knew she had to step up. After all, no other family members were going to step up, and…

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20 Questions to Ask Senior Home Care Providers

By patrick / June 18, 2015 / Comments Off on 20 Questions to Ask Senior Home Care Providers

You know mom or dad have gotten to the point that they need help at home. Your over their all the time and when you’re not there, they’re calling you asking for help. Now it’s time to find someone that can help you, because you just can’t do it all yourself. Here is a quick resource…

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How to Have The Talk With Your Parents

By patrick / June 18, 2015 / Comments Off on How to Have The Talk With Your Parents
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[vc_row fullwidth=”false” attached=”false” padding=”0″ visibility=”” animation=””][vc_column border_color=”” visibility=”” width=”1/1″][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]Do you wonder how to begin a conversation with your aging parent regarding a sensitive topic? Whether it’s needing to speak about giving up driving, moving, or bringing help in, you can improve the odds of coming up with a solution by knowing which…

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10 Signs It Might Be Time for In-Home Care

By patrick / June 18, 2015 / Comments Off on 10 Signs It Might Be Time for In-Home Care

[vc_row fullwidth=”false” attached=”false” padding=”0″ visibility=”” animation=””][vc_column border_color=”” visibility=”” width=”1/1″][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]Making the decision to help an aged adult invite someone into their home to help them is a difficult one, both physically and emotionally. What matters most is you want your loved one to be well and safe. You may ask yourself, how can you…

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You’re Never Too Old to Learn New Tricks, and Home Care Can Help

By patrick / June 15, 2015 / Comments Off on You’re Never Too Old to Learn New Tricks, and Home Care Can Help

There’s an old adage that goes: “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” It essentially refers to the fact that the older a person is, the more difficult it happens to be to learn new things. That may apply to animals, but it doesn’t apply to people. In truth, though, some people are set…

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Senior Care and taking Dad on an Outing

By patrick / June 8, 2015 / Comments Off on Senior Care and taking Dad on an Outing

It might seem as though a trip to the zoo or even the aquarium for your elderly father is too much. After all, many people feel these trips may not be practical for adults who receive some type of senior care. June is National Zoo and Aquarium Month, but don’t dismiss any such potential trip…

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Tripping Down the Stairs Means You Might be Taking on Too Much as a Family Caregiver

By patrick / June 2, 2015 / Comments Off on Tripping Down the Stairs Means You Might be Taking on Too Much as a Family Caregiver

Caregiver in Rocklin CA Taking on the role of a family caregiver for your aging mother may have seemed like the right choice at the time. Even though you have numerous other responsibilities, including your main job, but you figured she wasn’t going to require a great deal of assistance. Maybe she was going to…

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