Home Healthcare Services in New York

Home Health Aides

How Do Home Health Aides Help?

Engaging with caregiver services is a big deal for families and seniors. It is important to know and feel secure that you or your loved ones will receive the utmost care while being at home, but most importantly, to be...
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Home Quarantine

Keeping the Home Quarantine Blues Away

Staying in isolation during a global pandemic challenges our very own humanity. We are hardwired to connect and be with our loved ones, and the current circumstances of the world impede this. Due to this, it’s not unlikely that our...
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Senior Care

Positive Effects of Music Among Seniors

Studies have shown that music activities for seniors can provide comfort and relief especially to Alzheimer's and dementia patients. There are many ways to incorporate music therapy for your senior loved ones. As a home attendant in New York, we...
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Stroke

What Happens to the Body During a Stroke?

Stroke, more often than not, attacks like a thief during the night. You may not have an idea that you’re already having a stroke until it’s too late. What’s left to be done after is to live with the effects,...
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Senior Care

You Can Hire Your Relative to Care For You!

There is a significant number of cases wherein home care is rendered primarily by a more capable member of the family. They’re not doing it professionally, and cannot receive compensation. The good news is – elders can officially hire their...
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Dementia

The Risks of Dementia Among Seniors

Dementia is common among the elderly. It’s a degenerative condition that affects the brain resulting in memory loss, confusion, and decline in cognitive function. The wide array of symptoms can get overwhelming for the caregiver, especially when personal life and...
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Caring For Elderly

Things to Remember When Caring for Elderly Loved Ones

Aging does not always come easy. A lot of people go through physical struggles the older they get. It is normal to have these kinds of challenges. However, it does not mean they have to do it alone. Dementia, Alzheimer’s,...
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Seniors During Winter

Tips for Seniors to Stay Warm During the Winter

New York can get very cold in December. It’s best to make sure that you and your senior loved ones are ready to face icy conditions to avoid injury and other maladies. That is why today, Ideal Home Health, a...
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Aging Place

What Aging in Place Means for Seniors

As we make that awkward transition from teen to adult, we go through a level in our lives where we’re presented with more responsibility and independence. We try and find our own way in society, getting used to all the...
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