CareOne Senior Care Shares Information And Products for Infectious Disease Prevention With Clients and Caregivers
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CareOne Senior Care is working hard to stay ahead of the Coronavirus by being pro-active in the fight against Infectious disease.
Laura Goluban, Office Manager at CareOne Senior Care, shares some complimentary home supplies and educational material with Caregiver, Lisa Lester, and her client, about how to protect and prevent the spread infectious disease, like COVID-19
We take our clients' and caregivers' health seriously and will use every precaution possible to ensure your safety.
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Home Care Services in Plymouth MI: If you are looking after your elderly loved one and notice them start to change, it could be Alzheimer’s disease. If you have noticed they are forgetting things more often, they can’t communicate like they used to, or they wander off, you should follow the tips below.
Home Care Services in Northville MI: When an elderly relative becomes incapable of living alone without help from others, many families believe that they can offer all the care the person needs without outside help.
Home Care in Novi MI: CareOne Senior Care, a Master Care Partner of Electronic Caregiver® and Addison Care™, offers a customized Smart Health Hub solution for community residences to monitor health, wellness and reduce the spread of infectious diseases.
Home Care in Novi MI: CareOne Senior Care continues to operate under standard operating procedures to protect our clients throughout the entire year. We do not allow our staff who may have a common cold or flu to interact with our Seniors while sick.
Home Care in Novi MI: Many seniors face inadequate nutrition. The effects of being undernourished or malnourished can be dangerous, so it is important to recognize signs of nutritional issues in aging loved ones.
Home Care in Novi MI: CareOne Senior Care is proud to welcome Wendi Schutter as Care Manager for it's Novi, Mi Office. Wendi's unwavering commitment to providing quality care to her clients makes her a perfect addition to CareOne Senior Care.
Caregiver in Plymouth MI: When you’re the primary family caregiver for an older adult, you may eventually suffer from caregiver burnout. It occurs when you feel overwhelmed, tired, and frustrated by the responsibilities of being a caregiver.
Home Care in Novi MI: CareOne Senior Care Staff, Family and Friends, for the 5th consecutive year, volunteered with the The ALS Association for their Walk to Defeat ALS event! The event is held at the Detroit Zoo and host’s about 2000 individuals.
Home Care Services in West Bloomfield MI: A new diagnosis of diabetes can be overwhelming. There’s so much to learn about the disease itself and how to proceed. Both the senior with the disease and their family caregivers have a big job ahead of them.
Caregiver in Birmingham MI: Sometimes being told your older family member has a health condition can be seen as a positive instead of a negative. For example, learning they have a precondition gives them a chance to make changes.
Home Care in Novi MI: Erica has always had a passion for elder care and has worked with elders since high school. Her experience ranges from the dietary department, to discharge planning, rehabilitation assistance, and management.
Home Care in Novi MI: Frailty is typically defined as getting slower, losing strength, weight loss, and not having as much strength as a person did when they were younger. Most people assume that getting frail is a natural part of aging.
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Novi, MI……..Helping the Elderly live safely and Independently at home is the primary reason CareOne Senior Care was founded. From personal family experience,
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Many people with Alzheimer's continue to live successfully on their own during the early stage of the disease. Making simple adjustments, taking safety precautions and having the support of others can make things easier.
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Southeast Michigan – CareOne Senior Care announced today that it has received the 2017 Best of Home Care – Provider of Choice Award from Home Care Pulse. The Provider of Choice Award is granted only to the top-ranking home care providers, based on client satisfaction scores gathered by Home Care Pulse, an independent satisfaction research firm for home care. CareOne Senior Care is now ranked among a select few
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Do you find yourself constantly wishing for just a few more hours in the day to help you accomplish everything that needs to be accomplished? In particular, if you are a member of the sandwich generation – those who provide care for both their children and their senior parents , you can quickly become a victim of caregiver burnout from an always growing to-do list.
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