• Stay Connected to the Seniors in Your Life

    By Blair Klayko

    Many programs are emerging to teach people who care for aging loved ones how to detect behaviors that may reflect mental health or dementia concerns, and how to compassionately respond and connect older adults to resources. Kindred at Home Branch Manager Faye Mitchell explains why these programs are so important.

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  • How Ed Survived a Near-Fatal Motorcycle Accident

    By Whitney Gaither

    On the last day day of a roadtrip in the Texas Hill Country, Ed's motorcycle veered off the road and flipped several times. He was taken by Life Flight to the emergency room with serious injuries and an uphill battle to get back to life as he knew it. With wife, Laura, by his side and the help of Kindred Hospital, Ed fought his way home. Read more about his journey.

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  • When a loved one is in the hospital and needs rehab before they’re able to come home, there is one secret weapon that can help you provide the best support possible. Read to learn more.

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  • Be Home for the Holidays with Home Health Care

    By Blair Klayko

    During the holidays, the focus should be on spending valuable time with loved ones – and it can be with the compassionate care provided through home health. Learn how.

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  • The holidays are supposed to be a time of joy, but for those facing a terminal illness, and their family members, this time of year can be especially challenging. Learn how the compassionate support from hospice care is often considered a "gift" during the holidays.

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  • If you are caring for a loved one living with chronic illness or disability, you likely don’t have a lot of free time on your hands. And when you do have time to spare, you would probably rather relax than exercise - but studies show it may be time to get up and get moving. Try these tips for making small changes to see big benefits.

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  • The Best Place to Recover from a Stroke

    By Blair Klayko

    When a loved one has a stroke, there is nothing they want more than to get home as quickly as possible. Inpatient rehabilitation facilities and acute rehab units are specifically designed to help with your loved one return home sooner than other settings. Keep reading to learn how.

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  • When you are caring for a loved one living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, you shouldn’t have to spend your valuable time seeking help. We’ve outlined 20 resources that can help you today.

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  • Many people diagnosed with COPD can successfully go on to manage their disease and live full, active lives with proper identification and management. Learn how transitional care hospitals can help you recover through expert care and years of pulmonary experience.

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  • Diabetes Care at Home

    By David Inman

    For a growing number of people living with diabetes, home health is a welcome alternative to care in a hospital or nursing center. Learn about the variety of services home health care offers, wherever you call home.

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