1. How to Protect Your Joints Part 2

    If you want to remain active and healthy, protecting your joints is essential. As we discussed in our last blog, when you have painful joints, it limits your activity and leads to weight gain, which puts even more pressure on your joints. Painful joints are often the beginning of a vicious cycle, but the good news is that there are things you can do to protect your joints. In our last blog, we wen…Read More

  2. How to Protect Your Joints

    Painful joints are the beginning of a viscous cycle. When your joints are in pain, regardless of whether it is caused by arthritis or something else, it makes it difficult to do just about anything. As humans, we are inclined to listen to our bodies very attentively. When we are in pain, we rest until the pain subsides, but when you have joint pain, resting often makes the problem worse. The more …Read More

  3. Why Respite Care is Important

    We all need a break every once in awhile! There is nothing more rewarding than caring for a loved one. You get to spend a whole lot of time with them and get to know them in a new way, but it isn’t always an easy job. No matter how devoted and dedicated you are to caring for your loved one, you need a break every once in awhile, and you can get that break by turning to our beautiful assisted liv…Read More

  4. Exercises to Improve Your Balance Part 2

    Falls are a major problem, but they aren’t inevitable! Although it is all too common for older people to fall, there are certain steps that you can take to minimize your risk. One great way to minimize your risk for falling is by improving your balance. In our last blog, our in home care providers in Raleigh went over a few exercises that can help you balance. Keep reading to learn about more ea…Read More

  5. Exercises to Improve Your Balance

    Falls are a huge problem for older adults in the United States. Have you had a chance to read our Durham in home care professional’s latest blog? If you have, then you already know that millions of older adults fall each and every year. Although there are many reasons why people fall, improved balance can decrease your risk for falling. That’s why we have come up with this list of exercises to…Read More

  6. What You Need to Know About Falls

    Millions of older adults fall every year in the United States. Falls are a major problem for older adults (people who are 65 or older). In fact, 1 out of every 3 older people will fall every year, and once you fall, your chance of falling again doubles. Falls are a major concern, especially for older people who live at home by themselves. Falls cause broken bones, head injuries and anxiety, and mo…Read More

  7. The Importance of Early Diagnosis for Alzheimer’s Patients Part 3

    When it comes to Alzheimer’s disease, early diagnosis is essential. Have you had a chance to read our latest blog yet? If you have, then you already know that early treatment gives you the best chance for slowing down and possibly even reversing some of the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. This is just one of the many reasons why early diagnosis is important for patients who have Alzheimer's d…Read More

  8. The Importance of Early Diagnosis for Alzheimer’s Patients Part 2

    One study found that less than 35% of people living with dementia or Alzheimer’s actually have a diagnosis. Unfortunately, without a proper diagnosis of the disease, many people are not getting the treatment that they need. A diagnosis at any stage during the disease can be helpful, but early diagnosis is incredibly important for many reasons. If you haven’t already, check out our latest blog …Read More

  9. The Importance of Early Diagnosis for Alzheimer’s Patients

    Currently, Alzheimer’s disease affects 5.3 million Americans. Alzheimer's disease is on the rise, and although research has come a long way for treating the disease, it’s important to know that it is still a very real problem. Understanding the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease is necessary for early diagnosis. Why is early diagnosis important for Alzheimer’s patients? Our memory care profes…Read More

  10. Questions to Ask While Touring an Assisted Living Community Part 3

    Are you having trouble finding the right assisted living facility for your loved one? Finding the right assisted living in Raleigh for your loved one is incredibly important, but it can also be very difficult. In our last blog, we went over a couple of questions that you should ask as you tour a prospective assisted living. Today, we’ll be finishing up our list with the last couple of questions …Read More