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Home Care Assistance After A Hospital or Rehab Stay

Posted on: June 25 2020

Recovering from a hospital stay takes time—and the older the patient is, the longer it can take them to get back to normal. It may be a relief to go home, but there’s no nurse available to help them at the push of a button. During the recovery period, a relative or spouse might not be available…

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Advantages of Home Care

Posted on: May 14 2020

Today, statistics demonstrate that the majority of the aged population in the United States plan to stay at home for as long as possible, despite changes in health, mobility, or cognition. Home care providers have stepped up to the challenge, providing more opportunities for care and assistance at…

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Posted on: March 11 2020

independence Help Seniors Cope with the Loss of Independence A loss of independence is a fear many seniors have. When this fear is realized, there are several ways caregivers need to help. According to an AARP study conducted in 2012, 57% of seniors over age 70 do not find it easy to live alone and…

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How Home Care Helps Seniors Remain Independent

Posted on: February 19 2020

Many seniors are hesitant to ask for help even when they know they need it because they are afraid they will lose their independence. This is a huge mistake. Failing to ask for help when you know you need it can backfire and cause seniors to lose their independence all together. Here are 5 ways home…

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Protect Senior Heart Health During American Heart Month

Posted on: February 12 2020

Since heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, especially among seniors, it is important for caregivers to know the facts. 17.3 million deaths each year are caused by heart disease. Seniors are especially prone to cardiovascular complications. Learn about heart health to…

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Hospital to Home Care

Posted on: February 05 2020

Whether you or a loved one is transitioning directly home after a hospitalization or moving through the care continuum via a rehabilitation or medical care facility, one-on-one home care is crucial for a safe and successful recovery. The first 72 hours following a procedure or hospital stay…

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Welcome Dr. Linda Johnson!

Posted on: November 08 2019

Around the Clock welcomes Dr. Linda Johnson as our medical director. We are excited to have her join our Around the Clock family.

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