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Improve Joint Health and the Challenges of Arthritis With These Tips

Dealing with arthritis can feel like a daily battle. From the moment you wake up until the time you wind down for the day, every movement can remind you of the challenges arthritis presents. Thankfully, there are practical steps you can take to reclaim control and ease the burden on ... [read more]

An older man who is living well with diabetes smiles while preparing to eat a nutritious meal with his caregiver by his side.

Simple Steps to Living Well With Diabetes

Living well with diabetes can be challenging, especially as we age. But there’s hope! With the right know-how and a few tweaks to our daily routine, managing diabetes can become a whole lot much easier, giving us the freedom to enjoy life to the fullest. It’s all about making smart ... [read more]

An older woman smiles as she uses a walker at home to enhance mobility.

Adaptive Solutions to Enhance Mobility and Independence at Home

Mobility tremendously impacts our ability to live an independent life, regardless of age. When mobility is compromised, it’s important to work around the challenges to promote independence. Thankfully, there are a number of tools and strategies that can enhance mobility, including assistive devices, home modifications, and exercises. Assistive Devices Assistive ... [read more]

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Aging Well: Tips to Help Older Adults Prioritize Preventive Healthcare

As we age, prioritizing our health becomes more crucial than ever. For older adults, preventive healthcare plays a pivotal role in maintaining overall well-being and a high quality of life. This includes understanding the significance of routine checkups and screenings and other steps that can be taken to empower older ... [read more]

A woman smiles as she follows nutrition tips for older adults with chronic conditions, preparing a healthy salad.

Fueling Wellness: Nutrition Tips for Older Adults With Chronic Conditions

Living with one or more chronic health conditions is challenging. Between managing medications, making lifestyle changes, visiting doctors, and undergoing tests, it can quickly become overwhelming. Yet there is one key factor to improving the quality of life for someone with a chronic illness that is simple to implement and ... [read more]

A man who is managing chronic pain with the help of home health care services sits in a chair, smiling.

Tips for Living With and Managing Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is an invisible battle that millions of people face every day. Pain is not just a physical ailment and often comes with emotional and psychological challenges. The constant discomfort, the limitations it imposes, and the uncertainty of when it will subside can significantly affect a person’s overall wellbeing. ... [read more]

A male home health nurse listens to an older woman’s lungs following a COPD diagnosis.

Breathe Easier with Lifestyle Changes Following a COPD Diagnosis

Coughing, shortness of breath, wheezing. For someone with COPD, these symptoms are an everyday part of life, making it difficult to perform activities that were once so simple. Yet a COPD diagnosis doesn’t have to equal loss of independence or giving up enjoyable activities. Thankfully, several simple lifestyle changes can ... [read more]

An in-home therapist assists a man in a wheelchair with lifting weights during his stroke recovery treatment.

The Benefits of In-Home Therapy for Stroke Recovery

If someone you love has experienced a stroke, you know what a traumatic event it is, both for them and for you. Although life changes in the blink of an eye, the recovery process is usually anything but quick. How can you help them overcome the challenges of stroke recovery ... [read more]

Cancer patient with nurse

Tips for Helping Patients Manage Chemo Side Effects

Chemotherapy is designed to kill cancer cells, but the powerful drugs involved also kill healthy cells. This can cause a number of challenging side effects that affect the patient’s comfort and health. Depending on the person and the type of chemotherapy, side effects can be mild or severe. Fortunately, there ... [read more]

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Transitioning Home Following a Hospital Stay

There are a number of reasons that people need to spend time in the hospital – planned surgery, unexpected injury or illness, and more. Whatever the reason for the stay, returning home from the hospital can be a great relief and comfort. However, it’s also a time of important transition. ... [read more]