Posts in the Aging category
Mental Health Awareness Month: Spotlight on Senior Home Care
Entering older age comes with a lot of strong emotions. Turning 65 marks retirement for many: a... Keep Reading
The Importance of Expressing Love as We Age
In this busy world it’s so easy to get wrapped up in our everyday practices. Between personal and work obligations we can easily neglect the most important aspect of our relationships with our loved ones: expressing love. Keep Reading
Helping Your Loved One Experience a Healthier New Year
Most older adults are living with chronic conditions. In fact, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 85% of older adults have at least one chronic health condition.. Keep Reading
Making Holidays More Enjoyable for Those Living With Dementia
For most, the holiday season is chock full of fond memories and anticipation. We look forward to quality time spent reminiscing and bonding with loved ones. For people living with dementia, the hustle and bustle of the holiday season can be a challenge. While they may not be able to participate in traditional rituals like complex cooking or storytelling, they can still find meaning and connection with slight modifications. Follow along to learn more about how you can create a more joyous experience for all. Keep Reading
ComForCare/At Your Side Home Care Recognized as Number One in At Home Care on Fortune's Best Workplaces in Aging Services List for 2021
Earning the number one position on this prestigious list confirms the positive workplace culture cultivated by ComForCare and At Your Side’s franchisees, as well as the brand’s emphasis on helping others live their best lives possible. Keep Reading
About Frontotemporal Dementia
Receiving a frontotemporal dementia (FTD) diagnosis can leave many family members and loved ones... Keep Reading
Poor Sleep Can Increase Dementia Risks
Sleep is essential for our mental and physical health in all walks of life, but many older adults... Keep Reading
Documents to Prepare With Your Older Loved One
Important paperwork and documents are markers of adulthood, and they become even more important as... Keep Reading
The Silent Thief of Sight: What You Need to Know About Glaucoma
It’s the second leading cause of blindness in the world – glaucoma. It affects more and... Keep Reading
What to Look for When Visiting Older Adults During the Holidays
For many families, the holidays are the only time they have to spend together, and COVID-19 has... Keep Reading
How to Get Your Parent to Accept Help at Home
By Bill Woods, ComForCare of Washtenaw/Downriver   When it comes time for your parent to... Keep Reading
The Power of Music in Caregiving (Senior Outlook Today)
Steve Toll, care enhancement specialist and musician, talks about how music triggers memories, not only of the song and the performer, but also how we were feeling at the time we heard it, the people we were with and the events that were happening. Keep Reading
The "Music Man" of COVID-19
Steve Toll sings tunes from the 30s to the 60s in a quest to connect with seniors and those living with dementia through music and conversation. When COVID-19 hit, Steve started getting on Facebook daily to help engage and connect with seniors who are sheltering-in-place. Keep Reading
ComForCare in Richmond Interviewed by CBS News
Marques Jones, President of ComForCare of northwest Richmond, says social distancing is difficult during in-home care, which often requires close contact for things like feeding, bathing and grooming. Keep Reading
Home-based Care Providers Are an Essential Part of Navigating the Nation Back from Pandemic
Janice Pollard writes in Medium.com, "Caregivers showcase compassion every day just by the nature of the job they are in, but their dedication and willingness to continue caring for clients during a pandemic is nothing short of heroic." Keep Reading
How the Coronavirus Can Affect Older Adults
In light of COVID-19, it is important for all to stay vigilant and protect ourselves as best we... Keep Reading
Coronavirus Underscores the Needs of Seniors — Our Most Vulnerable Population
As social distancing, the cornerstone of epidemic control, is becoming the norm, often leading to further isolation from seniors, our growing franchise network remains committed to overcoming those hurdles from coast to coast across our locations and the thousands of clients we serve across the country. And, the forecast for more franchise locations and our skilled workforce will only keep rising. Keep Reading
ComForCare Goes Beyond Just Home Care
We like to go beyond basic care needs and make sure that each client is receiving specialized services that help them go from just living to living their best life possible. We have many partnerships in place to enhance our services. Keep Reading
Benefits of the Arts: Ideas of How to Incorporate the Arts Into the Lives of Older Adults
There is growing research that engaging with the arts can improve health – both mental and physical. Here are some ideas on how to incorporate the arts into everyday life. Keep Reading
How Exercise Can Help Your Heart, No Matter Your Age
f you want to start a new exercise routine but have reservations because you’ve suffered from a heart attack or have been diagnosed with a cardiovascular disease, there is good news. A new study shows that the benefits of routine exercise can help with heart health at any age. Keep Reading

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