The latest from the CARE Blog.
Times have been for the elderly, especially with the onset of new protocols for COVID-19 causing more isolation. Here are ways to safely include your elderly family member in the joys of the new year.
It's no secret that regular life has changed because of COVID-19. All over the world, society has learned to adjust to the new normal brought about by the global pandemic. We've had to fit our lives around the new reality of COVID.
Our in-home care services are not focused solely on the elderly loved ones in your family. We offer specialized assistance for individuals with disabilities as well!
Can you believe we have spent the last 30 years caring for those you CARE for most? We wanted to celebrate this milestone with a logo that better expresses our mission.
We know that as fulfilling as caring for others may be, family members can often forget to take care of themselves. Read on to determine if our respite care services are right for you and your family.
At CARE, we know the importance of keeping your loved ones healthy, but we also understand why it matters to stay happy. For elders living alone, accomplishing simple tasks that used to be easy can become a struggle and a source of frustration.
If you have recently been diagnosed with COPD, you probably have a lot of questions. Learning how to live your best life with COPD starts with learning to take care of yourself.
In-home care is a big decision for your family. You need to know that when you invite someone into your home to help your loved one, they are qualified, experienced, and trustworthy.
It’s National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Month, and an excellent time to think about whether your loved one is getting enough nutrients in their diet. Seniors can be picky eaters.
CARE, Inc. has over 400 employees but still maintains a small and local company feel. Once you’re part of the CARE Team, you’re part of a growing network of committed and CARE-ing individuals...
CARE inc. provides long-term care for toddlers and children with special needs or disabilities. Accomplishing day-to-day tasks can be difficult and overwhelming for special needs guardians.