Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on June 21st, 2010

Cincinnati families are realizing that there are many options to choose from. Live-in Home Care (wherever home may be) is becoming a great choice for many. Affordable and keeping all the benefits of home.  Making the right choice for your loved one is the most important choice not just for their physical well being but […]

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Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on June 14th, 2010

Is Attitude Everything? Successful aging in Ohio is an absence of (or minimum of) disease and disability. A new study of more than 500 persons from age 60 to 98 shows that people who think they are “aging successfully” aren’t necessarily the healthiest individuals. Optimism and effective coping tools, or attitude, were found be essential to […]

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Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on May 24th, 2010

The vast majority of senior citizens are taking some type of medication necessary for their well being with 25 percent of them taking more than 3 pills a day. This medication is necessary for their health, yet many seniors do not take their medication as prescribed. This can be for a variety of different reasons, […]

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Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on March 8th, 2010

15 Good Reasons to Use Home Care for a Loved One

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Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on August 29th, 2009

3 Big Mistakes When Talking to Your Parents About Elder Care When you stop and think about it, talking to your parents about elder care is an act of appreciation, of love, of kindness. You’re having this talk because you’re concerned about their well being and you want them to remain safely independent. When “the […]

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Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on June 28th, 2009

Spouses, children, and other family members are often the primary care providers for people with dementia. Information gathering on the specific type of dementia is vital for caregivers. Doctors, nurses, support groups and hospice are good sources of dementia information. Caregiving can be physically and emotionally exhausting and caregivers must cope with high stress levels. […]

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Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on June 21st, 2009

People with Parkinson’s can have trouble speaking clearly. But simple drills can train them to talk louder to regain vocal Martin Romoff used to rely on his voice to make a living as a Los Angeles tire salesman. But two decades of Parkinson’s disease muffled his speech and spoiled the art of easy conversation. Even […]

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Marc Duroe on June 14th, 2009

A caregiver has many things to look out for when providing elderly care.  There is safety in the home, the diet and nutrition of the elder concerned, making sure medication is taken on time…. the list is endless. What we are looking at here is how to is how to spot a potentially life threatening […]

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Marc Duroe on June 14th, 2009

First of all, whether seniors are in theirs 70´s or 80´s they still able to drive safely, but the most important fact is the risks they run if they are involved in a car accident. When people are over 70, it is more probable they will suffer from serious injuries, which will require hospitalization and […]

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Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on June 14th, 2009

You probably know of few elderly people stuck in their houses due to the housing crisis. In fact, there are thousands of elderly people who cannot move into a residential home for seniors, because they have been unable to sell their houses, therefore they cannot afford the deposit required by residential homes, which fluctuates from […]

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