Posts by Christine Mulé
24-Hour Home Care Helps Seniors with Vision Issues
Knowing how to help seniors with vision loss, with the support of medical professionals or 24-hour home care, is essential.Read More
Caring for Your Elderly Loved One with Kidney Disease
Providing care to an elderly parent with kidney disease can be overwhelming if you aren’t sure how to help. Here’s a few ways to support them!Read More
Helping Your Elderly Loved One Be a Responsible Pet Owner
While there are a lot of wonderful benefits to owning a pet, it’s also a big responsibility. Especially for your elderly loved one.Read More
Home Health Care and Hospice Care: What Do You Need to Know?
Deciding between home health care or hospice care services can be overwhelming. Understanding the differences is a great place to start.Read More
Tips for Arranging Post-Hospital Care After Heart Surgery
One out of every 16 women aged 20 or older has coronary heart disease. Almost half of these cases are tied to other factors like diabetes, excessive drinking, obesity, poor diet, and a sedentary lifestyle.Read More
The Best Skin Care Products For Seniors
Skincare is very important for seniors. As seniors get older their skin loses the fat pad underneath the skin that makes skin thick and elastic.Read More
Who Benefits from Skilled Nursing Care?
Skilled nursing care is a type of care in which experienced nursing professionals come to visit your elderly family member in her home and resolve medical needs for her.Read More
How Does Home Health Care Support Dementia Patients?
Dementia patients often need special health support, and home health care providers can offer that support when necessary.Read More
Talk About Your Mom’s Treatment Plans During Lung Cancer Awareness Month
Lung cancer is the nation’s third most common cancer, and it’s one that is diagnosed in more than 109,000 women each year.Read More
Six Ways In-Home Care Helps Your Mom Deal With Long COVID
Some studies are finding that post-COVID is more likely in people who have other chronic health conditions like high blood pressure, obesity, or diabetes.Read More