• Are Annual Visits to Your Doctor Necessary?

    By Blair Klayko

    Many seniors do not get the preventive and wellness services they should to stay healthy and independent at home. Learn how an annual wellness visit, covered by Medicare, can help you save money and even save your life.

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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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  • 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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  • 4 Ways to Better Understand Your Healthcare

    By Blair Klayko

    Our healthcare system is difficult to understand for many people. But, there are a few steps you can take to educate yourself so you can stay independent and healthy longer.

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  • How Therapy at Home Helps

    By Blair Klayko

    Many people feel scared or uncertain about going home after a hospital stay or a change in a chronic condition that required treatment in a facility. Learn how therapy at home can help the transition go smoothly.

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  • Occupational Therapy at Home: What to Expect

    By Craig Layne

    Sometimes serious illness or injury leaves a person unable to care for themselves, and they may need help at home. Learn how occupational therapists can help people overcome challenges they may face from the comfort of home.

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  • Part of the aging process is eventually needing more assistance around the house or experiencing more difficulty in doing daily activities. Help is available through a service called personal home care assistance. But as people began to research this service for themselves or loved ones, they realized that more often than not, it wasn’t covered by insurance – until now.

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  • When you're figuring out the best options for care for yourself or a loved one, care at home can often be a good choice. We explain the different levels of care to help you decide which level is best for your situation.

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  • 8 Ways Home Health Can Help Your Budget

    By Craig Layne

    If you or a loved one is living with one or more chronic health conditions, you may know too well the cycle of doctor’s visits or trips to the hospital for help managing symptoms. Depending on your situation, it can be difficult or inconvenient to leave home, find transportation or afford the additional medical bills. Learn eight ways home health can benefit both your budget and independence.

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  • Daughters providing care for a parent who also work outside the home often find they need to switch to a less demanding job, take time off or quit work altogether to make time for their caregiving duties. Learn why personal home care assistance is becoming more popular and accessible for those caring for mom or dad.

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