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2018 International Nurse Day

International Nurse Day 2018

Nurses are an integral part of our lives in general and here at A Place at Home, but often we don’t think about them until it’s an immediate need. In the moment of an emergency, we rely on nurses to care for us, answer questions, and provide us with compassionate […]

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Wearable Technology Helps Seniors Age in Place

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Technology is revolutionizing and streamlining many industries and walks of life and home health care or in home care for seniors is no exception. Today, there are many high-tech ways to treat and monitor health conditions remotely, with wearable tech and other portable and/or Internet-connected devices. This technology reduces the […]

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5 Easy Ways to Manage Your Parents Medication

When you have an older parent or relative who lives (or spends time) alone, medication management can be a big worry. You are likely concerned that your loved one takes their medication as scheduled, in the correct amount, and without accidentally taking a double dose. You may also worry that […]

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Decide Which Memory Care Facility Best Suits Your Loved One

Memory Care Facility

If your loved one is experiencing memory problems associated with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, you may need assistance in caring for him or her. Deciding which type of memory care community best suits your loved one is an important decision, and there are many factors to consider. The following explains […]

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Caring – Top Prerequisites For Working in Senior Care

Caring - Top Prerequisites For Working in Senior Care

People who trust their loved one to A Place At Home senior care in Omaha can expect competent and compassionate care at all times. For individuals who are seeking Omaha caregiver jobs, you’ll find our positions very rewarding. That’s because we only hire dedicated, qualified caregivers–those who have a sincere […]

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Depression in the Elderly: 9 Ways to Help

Depression in the elderly

Elderly depression can become a serious issue during the holiday season, yet this is a busy time. You may have fewer opportunities to visit your senior loved ones personally. During the holidays, older relatives with limited mobility may feel especially “blue”, sad or lonely. Happily, there are many things you […]

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