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Posts by Jennifer Benjamin

5 Ways to Recognize When Home Care is Needed

Home Care, Suffolk County, Long Island, NY: I often tell new clients and families when we start our home care services that this is a service that is always needed but never wanted.  The majority of our clients that start with our services have not utilized a home care service before and are often times…

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In-home Care for Brain Injury Patients

Home Care Services in Bay Shore, NY Brain injury can change everything  about a person in a matter of seconds.  According to the Brain Injury Association of America, the most important things to remember about brain injury include, a person with a brain injury is a person first, no two brain injuries are exactly the…

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6 Ways to Reduce Your Risk for Falls

Make an appointment with the doctor: What medications are you taking? Have you fallen before? Could your health condition cause a fall? Keep moving: Start a general exercise program. Gentle exercise is okay to do. 3. Wear sensible shoes: Have your feet measured each time you buy shoes since your size can change. Buy properly…

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Thought of the Week: Happy 4th of July

Senior Care in Islip, NY: “America was not built on fear.  America was built on courage, on imagination, and an unbeatable determination to do the job at hand”.  Harry S. Truman I love this patriotic quote by Harry S. Truman.  It truly captures what our ancestors and forefathers worked so hard for.  Rolling up your…

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4 Important Questions to Ask a Home Care Agency

Elder Care in Dix Hills, NY: Having the responsibility of overseeing the care of a loved one comes with many difficult decisions that must be made and sometimes without a lot of time to prepare.  If you’ve been considering hiring a home care agency to help provide care to your loved one, you may have…

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5 Ways to Keep Your Loved One Safe at Home

Elder Care in Suffolk County: About one third of the senior population over the age of 65 falls each year.  Falls are the leading cause of death from injury for the elderly.  Falls not only can result in severe injury but also carry serious life-altering consequences such as, being wheelchair bound or having to move…

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Hospitalizations and Dementia Care

Being hospitalized can be an overwhelming ordeal no matter what age we are.  Doctors and nurses ask tons of questions, hospital staff are in and out of your room, and you become disconnected from the outside world.  Now, imagine if you have short term memory loss and cannot recall how you got there, what happened…

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