Healthy Snack Ideas

As caregivers, we are often asked to make sure a client eats properly while in our care.  This is a difficult task as many elderly and disabled people have poor appetites or are often on a regimented diet.  You can help by stocking the refrigerator and cabinets with appetizing choices.

How to Avoid Malnutrition in Dementia

“Nutrition deficiencies in the diets of people with neurologic conditions such as MS, Parkinson’s’ disease, stroke, ALS, and dementia are common,” notes Irene Malaty, MD, FAAN, endowed professor of neurology at the University of Florida’s Norman Fixel Institute for Neurological Diseases in Gainesville, Florida.  “This can contribute to weakness, fatigue, weight and muscle loss, faulty, loss of mobility, inability to exercise and a higher risk for falls and fractures,” she says *.

Hearing Help is Getting Better

How do you know if you need hearing aids?  You can start with answering a few questions to assess potential hearing loss.

Brighten Your Day with a Great Smile!

Dental care plays a more important role in one’s overall health and well-being than is generally realized.

Inappropriate Sexual Behavior (ISB) Training


Prepare Your Home for Senior Living

As a caregiver, one of main things I’ve noticed in client’s homes is how unprepared most clients are for senior living.  As we age, we have less energy to sort and clean, less ability to move around safely and less visitors.  Yet, our homes appear to be set in a scene from twenty years ago. 

Self-Care: Is it Stress or Anxiety?

Is it stress or anxiety? 

Stress is the physical or mental response to an external cause; such as, having a lot of homework or having an illness.  A stressor may be a one-time or short-term occurrence or it can happen repeatedly over a long time. 

Seniors Suffer Guilt from Debt They Cannot Afford to Pay

The news is full of reports about how the economy is affecting Seniors.  It reports that it’s not unusual for senior citizens to skip medicine and meals to make payments on debts. Further, many go without meals to buy medicine.  As homecare workers, we see the effects of the struggle every day. 

WEAR RED - February is American Heart Month

“February is a time when all people can focus on their cardiovascular health.

The Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention is shining a light on hypertension (high blood pressure), a leading risk factor for heart disease and stroke.

Senior Care & Planning for the Future

As we round the corner into the elder years, we must consider what would happen in case we suddenly needed home care or assisted living

Job position

Pom is hiring a full-time office manager.

Duties include managing client relationship, bidding on projects, creating client case reports, and training recruits.

Must have 24 months experience in office management.

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Christmas is a Feeling

Norman Vincent Peale said, “Christmas waves a magic wand over this world and, behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.” 

Learn Something New Every Day for Brain Health

 How Ghee Taught an Old Dog New Tricks

Last week, I was reading over some recipes and came across one that said to use clarified butter or ghee as a healthy alternative to butter.  While I’m a farm girl, born and raised in Kentucky and a fairly awesome country cook . . . if I do say so myself . . . I had never heard of ghee.  It piqued my curiosity so I went on an internet search to find out all I could about ghee.

Caregiver Stress Syndrome is Real

Identifying Caregiver Stress Syndrome

As one moves from day-to-day juggling all the hats a caregiver must wear, it appears there aren’t enough hours in the day to manage it all.

The Sun Always Rises and It’s Always Beautiful

Tips for the Successful Caregiver

My husband was 66 when he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s.  In the brief span of eight years, he went from being an active professional, husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather to totally bedridden.

Is it time to offer a helping hand?

Are you concerned about someone you love? How do you determine if it's time to find an in-home caregiver?

Veterans Care in New Service Area

Veteran’s Care continues to be a high priority with Peace of Mind Home Care as we open up a new location in West Palm Beach, Florida.

New service area opens in Palm Beach County, Florida.

Peace of Mind Home Care has expanded service into the Palm Beach County, Florida area.

Caring for an aging loved one can come with some challenges

Caring for an aging loved one can come with some challenges. How do you cope with stresses associated with this challenging profession?

Does your aging loved one need a helping hand?

Does your aging loved one need a helping hand? How do you determine if it's time to find an in home caregiver? Here are a few signs to look out for:

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