Caregivers in Boca Raton FL: Getting a little bit more exercise in to each day seems like a complicated task for some caregivers, but it doesn’t have to be three extra hours at the gym every day.
Elderly Care in Boynton Beach FL: As dementia progresses, basic tasks like dressing become more and more difficult. Your parent may forget how to work buttons or zippers or not remember where to find articles of clothing.
Senior Care in West Palm Beach FL: June is Cancer from the Sun Month. This is the perfect time for you to review the risk of frequent exposure to the sun and learn ways that you can protect your senior, and the rest of your family, while enjoying the fun of the outdoors.
Elder Care in Wellington FL: If your parent smokes, they’ve probably been doing so for many years. Back in the 1930s and 1940s, the popularity of smoking among Americans increased rapidly.
Home Care in Palm Beach Gardens FL: Did you know that seniors can develop eating disorders? You might just think that conditions like anorexia or bulimia only affect teenagers or young adults, but the elderly are at risk of eating disruptions too, with extreme effects on their health.
Senior Care in Wellington FL: Figuring out how much help your loved one really needs from you can be difficult to determine. There’s a fine line between helping enough and helping too much.
Caregivers in Royal Palm Beach FL: May is Family Wellness Month, the ideal opportunity for you to work with your whole family to achieve greater health and well-being together.
Marina Ramirez, owner of Assisting Hands Palm Beach, participated in last Tuesday’s meeting of the West Palm Beach Rotary Club which hosted 41 students along with their families, teachers and principals for our annual Bike Project.
Elder Care in Boca Raton FL: May is Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month. This is the ideal time for you to learn more about skin cancer and how you can integrate this awareness into your care routine for your parent to help protect them.
Elderly Care in Lake Worth FL: Hepatitis is a potentially serious illness that impacts millions of people throughout the United States each year.This makes it extremely important that you understand the potential complications of this type of infection so that you are able to help your senior manage their condition.