The latest from the CARE Blog.
Here at CARE, we’re committed to helping you and your family make the right choice. You and your loved ones are never a number; we focus on finding the right solutions for each person’s individual needs.
Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of irreversible blindness in people over 40. While this disease can’t be cured, some steps can be taken to manage the effects.
This time of year is usually focused on gathering together and participating in traditions. While the year and this holiday season are not unfolding like we hoped, there is still joy to be found in this season.
One in three Americans die because of Alzheimer’s, a degenerative brain disease that is a form of dementia. This month we are focusing on understanding the signs of this disease that affect nearly 5.8 million individuals aged 65 and older.
At CARE, your health is our top priority. We are honoring Breast Cancer Awareness month by providing our senior women with ways to Think Pink!
It's Healthy Aging Month! And, this September we are providing tips for improving your loved one's and your physical, mental, social and financial well-being. It's not too late to take control of your health!
August is National Wellness Month. Make sure the senior in your life is staying healthy by helping them incorporate healthy eating, regular exercise, and more.
Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s requires understanding, compassion, and patience. It can be challenging, but it is also rewarding to know you are making a difference. Below are just a few tips for enhancing your caregiving journey and your loved one’s quality of life.
Staying hydrated especially in the summer days is important for everyone, but especially seniors. Often, dehydration and heat exhaustion go hand in hand, so it is important to know what it is, how it happens, what the warning signs are, and tips for preventing it.
When you can’t visit your loved one face-to-face, it is important to stay in touch from a distance. Relationships keep everyone living a healthier and fuller life, and sometimes we have to think of creative ways to maintain and foster these relationships.