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The Beauty of Aging in Place is Your Elderly Parents Can Continue to Live in the Home They Love

Loving Senior Couple Enjoying Aging in Place

The Joy Many Seniors Find by Aging in Place Remember the first time your parents handed you the car keys and let you venture out on your own? Was there anything more exciting than that rush of independence? Of knowing you were trusted to be responsible, to be a grown-up, to do something by yourself? […]

How to Help Your Loved One With Eating and Nutrition After a Stroke

Smoothies can be a nutritious and delicious part of a stroke recovery meal plan.

Getting proper nutrition is vital for stroke recovery, but many stroke patients struggle with eating. This may be due to appetite loss, problems moving arms and hands, trouble remembering when to eat, and difficulty with chewing and swallowing. If your loved one has recently had a stroke, following these diet and nutrition tips may aid […]

Caregiver of the Year 2017 Award Winner Announcement

Accessible Home Health Care

We are proud to announce that Angella Thompson, a caregiver at Accessible Home Health Care of Naples for over seven years, is the winner of the Mrs. Rosette J. Salem Award for Caregiver of the Year 2017. Below, see as Aarif Dahod, CEO and COO of Accessible Home Health Care, and Trisha Silver, owner of […]

Inspirational Personal Stories for Caregivers from Caregivers

inspirational stories for caregivers

Every caregiver has a unique story, and every story has the power to touch the lives of family members, loved ones, friends, coworkers, and the greater community. During National Caregivers Month, it’s time to not only celebrate caregivers for the work they do, but listen to their stories, struggles, and triumphs. Below, we’ve highlighted a […]

List of Therapeutic Activities for Seniors with Alzheimer’s and Dementia

creative and therapeutic activities for seniors with Alzheimer's and dementia

Family caregivers often express how difficult it can be to come up with meaningful activities for their senior loved ones with Alzheimer’s and dementia. We agree, it isn’t always easy helping your loved one stay engaged, but it’s incredibly important to keep them mentally and physically active. To help family caregivers and their loved ones, […]

It’s Elder Abuse Awareness Month—Be Part of the Prevention

Elder abuse awareness month and being part of the prevention

It’s Elder Abuse Awareness Month, and as World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15 approaches, we turn our attention to finding ways to discuss preventing, identifying, and responding to elder abuse and financial exploitation. Everyone should be able to age with dignity and grace in a safe environment. Whether you are a senior yourself, […]

Caregiver of the Year 2016 Award Winner Announcement

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Each year, the Accessible Home Health Care Team recognizes and celebrates caregivers who go above and beyond to provide compassionate in home care to their patients. We choose caregivers who consistently provide exceptional in home care services and improve their patients’ daily lives. We are pleased to announce that Michelle Walters, an employee at Accessible […]