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Tips for an Effective Telemedicine Appointment for Older Adults
More and more states are beginning to open after relaxing rules and regulations regarding which... Keep Reading
The Impact of Music on Our Memories
By Steve Toll, care enhancement specialist   I will never forget the first time I saw... Keep Reading
Easing Grief After Loss for Older Adults During COVID-19
The coronavirus (COVID-19) fatality rate has surpassed 100,000 confirmed deaths in the United... Keep Reading
Cooking Up a Positive Attitude With Leftovers
By Steve Toll, care enhancement specialist   I have always loved to cook. I remember as... Keep Reading
Virtual Reality: Not Just for the Young
We usually associate the latest technology with the young, but in the case of virtual reality (VR),... 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
Home Health Care News: "Calm Before the Storm: In-Home Care Providers Brace for COVID-19 Surge"
Sean Kajcienski, COO of Best Life Brands, is quoted in Home Health Care News, "We've got to be a little bit more flexible, adaptable and responsive to business demands,” he said. “We’re all just adjusting, but the need is there. It’s such a great need in this country, and I see it continuing to grow.” Keep Reading
How You Can Emotionally and Mentally Support Older Adults During the COVID-19 Outbreak
During this period of social and physical distancing, it can be challenging for people to stay... 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
How Our Home Care Offices Are Supporting Clients in the COVID-19 Outbreak
ComForCare is following updates and procedures from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) State Department of Health, local and county authorities, the Home Care Association of America, as well as other relevant agencies and resources. Please see our full post on our care protocols so we can continue to support your loved ones and minimize risk. Keep Reading
What to Do if You Are a First-Time Family Caregiver
While some family caregivers gradually grow into their roles or are born into it, others can... Keep Reading
The Connection Between Dementia and Loneliness
We all feel lonely from time to time. Indeed, loneliness may actually help us to experience... Keep Reading
5 Ways You Didn’t Know In-Home Care Can Help
Most people want to age in place. According to AARP, 3 out of 4 Americans age 50 or older say they prefer to remain in their current residence for as long as possible. However, many will need assistance to do so. That’s where in-home care comes in. Keep Reading
Things to Consider When Planning a Family Meeting
When an aging loved one’s health, safety or well-being becomes a concern, family members often need to come together to figure out short- and long-term care solutions. Family meetings can be a helpful tool in the care planning process. Keep Reading
Older Adults and Substance Use Disorders: It’s Real
Although not as severe or prevalent as among younger people, substance use disorders by older adults (65+) is happening and can create an equally negative impact on the older adult and their family. Keep Reading
Bicycle Built for Two: Memories of Summer Love
Almost every morning during my summer vacations as a kid, my parents and I would ride together on the boardwalk along the New Jersey shore. Keep Reading
How to Talk With Your Aging Parents About Their Long-Term Care
Maybe you’ve noticed Mom forgetting to turn off the faucet after washing dishes or Dad having difficulty using stairs. You think it might be time to talk to them about finding some additional help, but you don’t know the best communication techniques to use. Keep Reading
Sleep Can Help You Be a Better Caregiver
Being a caregiver has many demands – both physically and emotionally. In addition to the responsibilities of caregiving, you may deal with work deadlines, social isolation, financial issues and/or medical conditions. Keep Reading
8 Ways to Pay for In-Home Care
As you develop a long-term care plan for yourself or a loved one, several factors must be considered, such as one’s current and future medical needs, family support system and budget. Since 90% of people 65+ want to stay in their homes for as long as possible, in-home care is a popular option. Keep Reading

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