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Home Organization Tips for Seniors

Published By mweinbaum on March 13, 2017

Keeping your home well-organized is essential for any stage of life, but it is especially important for seniors. Keeping the home clutter-free and easily navigable is key to a long, healthy and enjoyable life for several reasons: First, falls are the leading cause of non-fatal and fatal injuries for the elderly. Second, recovery becomes more… Continue reading Home Organization Tips for Seniors

Parker, Basie and Black History in Red Bank

Published By mktagrp9 on March 9, 2017

Executive Director Gertrude Kehleay, dressed in the tradition of her native Liberia, greeted an intergenerational, multicultural group of about 100 people gathered at United Methodist Communities at The Wesleyan for their annual Black History Celebration. All American citizens, they came together on the last day of February to celebrate the history and contributions of African… Continue reading Parker, Basie and Black History in Red Bank

Seniors Assign High Score to SCAN’s SAT

Published By mktagrp9 on March 6, 2017

Forget Math and English. This ‘for seniors only’ SAT has two parts: Successful Aging and Technology. Although they did not grow up with digital devices, your grandparents’ SAT dispenses large doses of great health information, technology training and personalized hands-on coaching. Every Thursday, Andrea Tarr, program director, and Frank Remski, volunteer, from theEatontown-based SCAN (Social… Continue reading Seniors Assign High Score to SCAN’s SAT

Spiritual Support and Companionship as Part of Home Healthcare

Published By mktagrp9 on March 2, 2017

The best home healthcare agencies prioritize companionship alongside medical assistance and daily care. This may include the offer of pastoral care and spiritual support for seniors who would like to receive it as part of their overall healthcare support. Here’s some insight into what pastoral care is all about, from our home healthcare agency in… Continue reading Spiritual Support and Companionship as Part of Home Healthcare

In-Home Chronic Disease Management for Independent Senior Care

Published By mktagrp9 on February 18, 2017

As we age, so our healthcare needs change — and the ability to react quickly to these changes and implement a medical and wellness solution is essential for maintaining a high quality of life. Chronic disease management can help seniors living at home to achieve this and live healthier, more active and enjoyable lives. Here… Continue reading In-Home Chronic Disease Management for Independent Senior Care

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