Category: CARE FOR ALZHEIMER’S, DEMENTIA, THE CHRONICALLY ILL, AND DISABLED

How Home Care is Helping Seniors Thrive

As our loved ones get older, they may encounter roadblocks when it comes to living a full and happy life. Sometimes, these roadblocks might result in “geriatric failure to thrive”. This is a generalized medical condition encompassing symptoms such as inertia, loss of appetite, weight loss, and poor nutrition or eating habits. These symptoms can […]

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Holiday Gift Ideas for Seniors During COVID

Our team has put together 6 holiday gift ideas for seniors to help you share the love with your parents, grandparents, and or an elderly neighbor who might appreciate a kind word and thoughtful gift.

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How to Help Senior Citizens During COVID Christmas Season – 14 Worthwhile Ideas

By all accounts, 2020 has been an incredibly challenging year for all of us. Political tensions, racial unrest, global disasters and the COVID-19 pandemic have stretched us thin. As we turn another page on the calendar and look towards the holidays, many of us are starting to look forward to seeing friends and family (albeit […]

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#TuesdayTip: Is It Normal Aging or Dementia?

Today’s Tuesday Tip is a Q&A with Gina Murray, RN BSN, the co-founder of Aware Senior Care and a certified Teepa Snow dementia trainer. In this conversation, we talk about our up-and-coming webinar, “Normal vs. Not-Normal Aging” with Melanie Bunn of Teepa Snow’s Positive Approach to CareTM team. What is normal aging vs dementia and what will people interested in attending take away from the webinar?

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Caregiver Corner with Marie: Caregiving as a Career

We sat down for a chat in this Caregiver Corner with Marie Hiller, a Certified Nursing Assistant with Aware Senior Care.

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Caregiving for Someone with COVID-19: Protecting Yourself and Them!

Yes, you can care for someone who has COVID-19 and keep yourself (and others) safe.  Concerns surrounding caregiving for someone with COVID-19 is understandable. While social media and the internet in general provide the world’s knowledge in seconds, the unintended side effect can be inaccurate information that can obscure what we really need to know. […]

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Adjusting to a New Normal: Living with Parkinson’s Emerging from the COVID-19 Pandemic

Resources for Seniors joins Aware Senior Car hosting a webinar on Friday, May 29th. They’ll be discussing what those caring for a loved one with Parkinson’s can do during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

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Positive Approach to Care: Becoming a Certified Dementia Trainer in 3 Inspiring Days

Tim and I wanted to learn more about dementia care in order to train our staff to be better dementia caregivers. We decided to become PAC (Positive Approach to Care) certified and through Teepa Snow’s dementia training program.

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iHeartRadio’s CEOs to Know: Tim Talks with Kyle Wilson

Tim joins host Kyle Wilson once again for iHeartRadio’s “CEOs to Know” podcast to discuss Aware Senior Care’s founding and what’s in store in the future.

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Making a Dementia Care Plan: An Important Guide for Families

The dementia care plan guide by Aware Senior Care is designed to start from the beginning and takes steps to address the issues your family is facing.

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