Home Care in Dix Hills NY: What to Do After a Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s

If your parent has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, both of you may be experiencing various emotions that range from denial to fear and anger to grief. It’s important to be able to communicate these feelings. Ultimately, you will want to get to the place where you have accepted what may lie ahead and are…

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Elder Care in Plainview NY: National Woman's Check-up Day (May 8th): What Exams Should Your Mom be Getting and How Often

Each year on the second Monday in May, the U.S. Department of Health holds National Woman’s Check-up Day. On this day, women are urged to go for a check-up. Has your mom been for a check-up lately? If you’re not sure, now’s the time to talk about scheduling one. During that medical appointment, make sure…

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Senior-Care-in-Massapequa-NY

Diabetes is a disease that commonly affects older Americans. In fact, one in four of those over the age of 60 will come down with this serious disease. As a caregiver, it’s important to know the signs that someone suffering from high blood glucose levels may exhibit.   The Early Warning Signs The signs of…

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Lilieth M. Home Health Aide

Lilieth M. has been working as a Home Health Aide for over seven years.  In 2011 she sought a career change and applied to work at Star Multi Care Services.   Since then, she has not looked back. She came to the Company in search of a better opportunity and found it at the New York…

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Caregivers Plainview NY: Is It Time to Take Your Aging Parent's Car Away?

According to the CDC’s 2015 statistics, over 40 million U.S. drivers were over the age of 65. This age group was also in over 236,000 crashes, leading to an excess of 5,700 deaths. To prevent crashes and fatalities occurring from crashes, it’s important to know when it’s time to take your parent’s car keys away.…

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Elderly Care in Huntington, NY

The American Lung Association estimates that approximately 24 million people throughout the United States are living with COPD. Short for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, COPD is a group of progressive diseases of the lungs that obstruct airflow. The two most common of these disorders are emphysema and chronic bronchitis. These diseases can dramatically impact your…

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Diabetes affects approximately 25% of people ages 65 and older in the United States. When a person has diabetes, their body is unable to process food into energy because the body does not make enough insulin or isn’t able to properly use insulin. There are two common types of diabetes, Type 1 and Type 2.…

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Home-Care-in-Plainview-NY

Americans live busy lives.  Many households have two working parents, kids in school, goal to pursue, and other demands. When an aging parent begins to need care, adult children may often find themselves stepping in to take on this responsibility as well. Although noble, caring for someone who may have suffered a stroke or who…

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Elder-Care-in-Rockville-Center-NY

Your father, maybe in his 60s, 70s, or 80s, has recently been hospitalized. You’re concerned about him because, even though his doctor has recommended home care support, he doesn’t seem inclined to believe that’s necessary. Right now, he’s outright refusing to even consider home care support services. This is causing you and the rest of…

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Caregiver-in-Northport-NY

Most of the time illnesses and other health related challenges in life have a tendency to sneak up on us. On some rare occasions we may be hit with the full-blown flu, for example, and be completely caught a surprise. However, most of the time we are readily aware that there are various risk factors…

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