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  • November Caregiver of the Month- Addie Odigie
    Homewatch CareGivers

    Please join Homewatch CareGivers (HWCG) in congratulating Addie Odigie for being selected “Caregiver of the Month. A caregiver has the responsibility for the physical care and emotional support of someone who can no longer care for themselves due to a ...

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  • November- A Clients Story
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    We stand to honor John, who served as a Marine in World War II, and thank him for his service. He was a gunnery, and as a result lost his hearing. John is a widower and misses his sweet wife every day. He loves to spend time with his two daughters and his ...

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  • Caring for a Quadrapeligic
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    Paralysis is most often caused by damage in the nervous system, especially in the spinal cord. Other major causes are stroke, trauma with nerve injury, polio, cerebral palsy, peripheral neuropathy, Parkinson’s disease, ALS, spina bifida, multiple ...

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  • Taking the Keys Away From Your Elderly Parent
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    By Alma Garcia As my mother aged … and her memory started to decline … my siblings and I started having discussions on how to get her safely off the roads. The last straw was when I received a call from one of my mom’s friends. My mom had secretly reported ...

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  • October- A Clients Story
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    Linda is a most beloved teacher in the Highland Park school district. She has her master’s degree in Speech and Drama and worked with students for almost fifty years in the Fine Arts program. They affectionately call her “Mama Drama.” Linda possesses two ...

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  • September- A Clients Story
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    Sydelle was born in Brooklyn, New York, and moved to Dallas 59 years ago. She raised her three sons here, two still live in the area. She has four Grands. Sydelle is a numbers gal! She loves anything to do with numbers. Sydelle owned her own business for ...

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  • Helping Older Persons Fight the Pandemic
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    Author: Alma Garcia COVID-19 has introduced unprecedented challenges to humanity and a disproportionate threat to the health, lives, rights, and well-being of the elderly. It is crucial to minimize these risks by addressing their needs and human rights in ...

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  • A Game Changer in Non-Medical Transportation
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    Author: Alma Garcia Blue Cross Blue Shield says 3.6 million Americans have missed or delayed a medical appointment due to transportation barriers. Imagine how many of those Americans are elderly patients who do not have physical access to transportation ...

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  • August- A Clients Story
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    Ken is a true Texan, born and raised in Greenville. He worked as a salesman, until he had a series of strokes. Ten years ago, while living in an assisted living facility, a group of the residents took a day trip. While on the road they were hit by an ...

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