Month: March 2018

Natural and Alternative Ways to Prevent Alzheimer’s and Dementia

By patrick / March 14, 2018 / 0 Comments

As we age, the number and risk for illnesses and diseases rapidly increases and our health becomes a primary concern. One of the most frightening conditions that has an onset later in life is Alzheimer’s or dementia. In fact according to Alz.com, Alzheimer’s is the 6th leading cause of death in the United States. With…

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Downsizing a Senior’s Home to a Smaller Unit

By patrick / March 14, 2018 / 0 Comments

Moving in general can be a stressful, complicated life event. Whether moving down the street or across the country, a lot of planning, preparation, and arrangements must be made. Other factors come into play that can complicate things even further, such as the size of the home one is relocating to, age, and more. Particularly,…

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Tips for Caring for a senior loved one while juggling your own life

By patrick / March 14, 2018 / 0 Comments
Juggling Caregiver

Many people have a similar story: life was going along like normal, until one day their aging parent received a life-changing diagnosis or perhaps, it just came to the point your parent could no longer be self-sufficient on their own. Perhaps, you and your siblings toss around care ideas and options, but inevitably the care…

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February 2018 Employee of the Month: Chris Hegler

By patrick / March 14, 2018 / 0 Comments
Chris Hegler

We have been lucky to have Chris as part of our Harmony family since March 4, 2015. He came to us with two years caregiving experience and a handful of amazing references singing his praises. Chris has also spent time as a “Big Brother” serving as an exemplary role model for children who did not…

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Therapeutic Animals and Senior Care

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Animal Therapy

The comforting feeling of a dog nuzzling up to you or a sweet cat jumping up in your lap is a feeling everyone, regardless at age, can appreciate. While pets are loving and fun to care for, there are actually many benefits for people who have a pet companion. For seniors and elderly people, pet…

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