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Making A Difference In The Lives Of Those With Parkinson’s Disease


Michael J. Fox. Muhammad Ali. Pope John Paul II. Believe it or not, all three of these men have something in common: they all suffered from Parkinson’s Disease. And they’re not alone: as many as one million Americans currently have with Parkinson's disease, w...

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This Occupational Therapy Month, Homewatch CareGivers Is Saying Thanks


When first hearing the words “occupational therapy” it’s not uncommon for people to at first assume that the term refers to some sort of work or profession-related counseling; many people even brush off the idea of ...

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Brain Injury Awareness Month: What You Need To Know About Brain Injuries


When it comes to our health, one of the most important parts of our body to properly care for is our brain. Our brains are responsible in some way for everything we do - they are what allow us to think, to plan, to form and recall memories, to move our fingers and legs, and is e...

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The Four Whats Of Long Term Homecare


Fact: as we age, it’s very likely that we’ll need some sort of homecare or living assistance. In fact, 70 percent of people over age 65 find themselves in need some sort of long-term assistance - a s...

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Alzheimer's Disease: What It Is - And What You Can Do About It


If you have elderly parents, then chances are that you’ve found yourself wondering at some point or another: is my mom or dad showing signs of Alzheimer’s Disease?

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Could A Dog (Or Other Pet) Be One Of Your Home Care Essentials?


When setting up in home care, the needs of one individual or another will vary tremendously; after all, a loved one dealing with dementia will have different needs from a person who is recovering from surgery or who is on bed rest when pregnant.

While these needs vary between individuals, there is at least one potential in home care essential that has been shown to universally help o...

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