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Take a Break: The Importance of Respite for the Caregiver

July 3, 2018

By Laura Syoen

Providing full-time care to a loved one can wear you down and often means you are putting your own well-being second. Providing care for a loved one can be physically and emotionally taxing. One’s own bedtime, mornings, doctor appointments, meals and exercise routine often get set aside to care for your loved one if in the role as primary caregiver[…]

What Is Adult Day Care?

May 31, 2018

By Lisa Chubb

The adult day setting is a center where adults with any disability or cognition decline can go during the day that is safe, fun, and homelike.  This allows for the caregiver of a Guest to run errands or get some much needed rest.  In the past these centers have focused on only one area of care such as socialization, medical services, or Alzheimer’s Dementia care.  Here are Independent Adult Day Care Centers, we are able to accomplish the scope of all three[…]

Care Coordination and Management

February 6, 2018

By Lisa Chubb

Navigating the current healthcare system can be cumbersome to say the least.  Let our team of medical professionals do the navigating for your loved one. When it comes to Care Coordination and Management we can continue the care while providing the management of your loved one’s health care needs.  Our medical staff are trained to assess, monitor, and treat any condition change that your loved one might experience. With open communication between the guest, caregiver, and physician, our staff can quickly assess and treat conditions while preventing unnecessary hospitalizations.  Each guests and care giver can determine the level of care coordination and management that is received[…]

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