Home Care in Somerset, Essex, Union, Morris
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Top 5 Ways to Prevent a Fall

Falls are one of the biggest concerns many older adults and their family caregivers have. Their fears aren’t unwarranted. About one out over every four people aged 65 and older will fall this year. Falling can result in serious injuries, including broken bones and head injuries. Some people end up disabled because of a fall.…

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Caregiver of the Month

We are delighted to announce that Bernadette Kariuki has been selected as our Caregiver of the Month! Our team gathered together and made a surprise visit to Bernadette to share the good news – then we presented her with fresh flowers, apple pie (her favorite), and a gift card. Bernadette consistently goes above and beyond…

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What is Atherosclerosis?

Atherosclerosis is a condition of the arteries that can lead to heart attack and kidney failure. Getting older is one of the risk factors for developing atherosclerosis, so knowing more about the condition may help caregivers to manage it in their older family members. General Information You may have heard the terms “atherosclerosis” and “arteriosclerosis”…

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Generations Home Healthcare Participates in Cupid Crew

Generations Home Healthcare was thrilled to partner with Wish of a Lifetime on Valentine’s Day this year to participate in #CupidCrew! Our team delivered 300 beautiful roses to seniors in nursing homes, rehab facilities, adult day care programs and assisted living communities. Cupid Crew’s mission is that “we should be together much more than we…

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Six Things to Pack in an Emergency Kit

If a blizzard, flood, hurricane, tornado, or other natural disaster hit, how prepared are your parents? Government agencies urge people to have an emergency kit prepared in advance of any storm or natural disaster. These are the six things you need to make sure are in that kit. #1 – Water Make sure there is…

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Five Ways to Get Your Mom Involved in Her Community

Volunteering is more than helpful to others, it’s good for your mom’s health. According to the Corporation for National & Community Service, older adults who volunteered had lower rates of disability and mobility issues and improved mental and physical well-being. Depression is one area that studies have looked at. People who volunteer often have lower…

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