Home Care Services in NY - Simple Beginnings

There are many assistive devices that help seniors with safety at home and can do the monitoring and supervision on an automated basis. These devices will also allow family members to check-in on their loved ones remotely and ensure their aging parents’ safety during times when they cannot be there.

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Sundown Syndrome is a phenomenon that causes a person with dementia to become anxious, agitated, restless, and moody in the late afternoon or early evening when the sun starts to go down.

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Elder care in Garden City NY: Seniors Communication Tips

Should you risk a caregiver to visit your loved one during the pandemic? The answer is yes but be sure to take precautions. Learn more here.

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Family First Home Companion: Survey

Family First Home Companions, a home care company serving older adults in Long Island and the Boroughs, gives its home care workers a 15% pay boost to thank them for their bravery and dedication to their clients during the pandemic.  Islandia, NY, May 15, 2020 – Family First Home Companions announced on Friday that it…

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Family First successfully completed its very first virtual training series for its employees this past week. Topics included the coronavirus, myths and facts about the virus, how stay healthy, best ways to disinfect, and how to provide client care while social distancing. As Long Island continues to follow the New York Pause Guidelines, Family First…

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Home Care Agency, Long Island: Whether your loved has been newly diagnosed or has been afflicted with dementia for many years, there is one thing that remains the same; each day is unpredictable.  Family members often say, ‘what worked yesterday no longer works today’.  Dementia affects each individual differently and while there are many common…

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While there is still no cure for dementia, technology is playing a bigger role in helping to combat the symptoms and progressive losses in functionality. Learn about 5 apps that help those afflicted with dementia and their family members with brain exercises, interactive activities, and other useful tools to cope with the disease.

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