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  • Keeping Loved Ones Active at Home Keeping Loved Ones Active at Home One of the most effective ways to stay protected during the Covid-19 pandemic is to stay home. Staying home does not mean that a senior is automatically sentenced to ongoing isolation and boredom. Good elderly care involves keeping one active and connected while safe at ... Read More
  • Noticing the Need Noticing the Need For many of us, the holidays are the time of year when we get to spend a little extra time with loved ones. No matter how long you get to connect this year, you may start to notice some indications that loved ones aren’t quite the same. Maybe they’re a little forgetful, have ... Read More
  • New Year, Same Commitment to Exceptional Care New Year, Same Commitment to Exceptional Care Each New Year brings a promise of a new beginning. It’s a chance to wipe the slate clean and start anew. Many of us make resolutions to lose weight, eat healthier, devote more time to family, bring more energy to our work, etc. I think we’d agree that those are all admirable ... Read More
  • National Food Bank Day: How Food Banks Work National Food Bank Day: How Food Banks Work It’s been 52 years since St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance was formed in Phoenix, Arizona. A local soup kitchen volunteer, John van Hengel, was inspired by a story from a young woman who told him that she depended on soup kitchens and food discarded in grocery store dumpsters to ... Read More
  • Five Common Misconceptions About Home Care Five Common Misconceptions About Home Care Let me begin by stating this unequivocally: I love the home care business! And I am passionate about it from every angle. Whether it’s watching one of our local owners grow their business and become successful or hearing the stories of our Exceptional Caregivers once again ... Read More
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