Senior Care in Redington Beach FL: Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month takes place in November. According to the American Cancer Society, more than 53,000 men and women will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2017. Around 43,000 will die from the disease.
Assisting Hands Home Care Serving Pinellas is excited to announce their participation in the 2017 Silver Santas program, f.k.a. Elves for Elders. We’ll be hosting our 3rd annual holiday party on Wednesday, November 29th, 4-6 pm in support of this program.
Elder Care in St. Petersburg FL: More than 5 million people throughout the United States are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease. If you are a family caregiver for a senior with Alzheimer’s, it is important for you to know about the disease and how it can affect your parent.
Elderly Care in Largo FL: Many caregivers think only about their aging adults when the word “health” pops up in conversation. If you’re not thinking about your own health, you’re actually doing your elderly family member a disservice.
Home Care Services in Redington Beach FL: While family caregivers may think that involuntary bed rest is healthy and restorative, there are many health problems that arise in those that are bedridden. Home care can help!
Caregivers in St. Pete Beach FL: Your own physical health can determine how well you can perform the tasks of being a family caregiver. If you’re not caring for yourself, it’s that much more difficult to care for anyone else.
Senior Care in Gulfport FL: People are exposed to lead through the environment. Lead can be present in all sorts of places, like the paint or dust in older homes.
Home Care in Seminole FL: Helping your elderly family member to get the upper hand in her cardiovascular health is extremely important. It doesn’t take much to make improvements, either, so you don’t need to try to force big changes.
Senior Care in Pinellas Park FL: Managing diabetes can be difficult on the best of days, but when a senior is ill, the task becomes even more difficult.