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Wine Around the World with Friends

Parlez-vous Français?

Atria Park of St. Joseph’s was the beautiful location of a delightful French wine tasting event featuring “Wine Around the World.” Sumptuous offerings included wine and food pairings featuring unique selections from France prepared by Atria Park’s fabulous chef.

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Wine Around the World with Friends

Linda Shaifer Visits Alzheimer’s Care Resource Center

Photo: Elayne Forgie, Founder, President & CEO of Alzheimer’s Care Resource Center and Linda Shaifer, Account Executive for Sonas. Linda Shaifer, Sonas Home Health Care Account Executive serving North Palm Beach County, recently visited with Elayne Forgie, Founder and President of the Alzheimer’s Care Resource Center (ACRC) located in Lake Worth. Linda received an education on…

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Linda Shaifer Visits Alzheimer’s Care Resource Center

How to Talk to Your Parents About Needing a Hearing Aid

Experts estimate that there are approximately 48 million people throughout the United States living with hearing loss. Around 30 percent of senior adults over the age of 65 and 60 percent of senior adults over the age of 75 are living with hearing loss. As a family caregiver, this can seem like a staggering statistic,…

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Talking to Seniors About Getting a Hearing Aid

James Butler Shines in “Dancing Like the Stars!”

Sonas Home Health Care is proud to announce that Account Executive James Butler has starred in the Alzheimer’s Association’s “Dancing Like the Stars,” benefiting the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. The festive event was held on August 26, 2017, from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the beautiful Martin County Council on Aging’s Kane Center, 900 SE Salerno Road in…

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James Butler Dancing Like the Stars

Tips for Senior Tooth Care

Sometimes seniors have difficulty maintaining good oral hygiene. This can be because of manual dexterity issues due to arthritis in the hands. Other times, it can be because of cognitive decline. Seniors with dementia often forget how to do everyday tasks, including brushing their teeth. When seniors cannot brush their own teeth, it falls on…

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Tips For Senior Tooth Care

Why Seniors Should Reduce Their Sodium Consumption

No matter how long you have been caring for your elderly parent, you have likely heard that helping them to eat a healthy diet is one of the most important things that you can do to protect their body and keep them functioning at the highest level possible as they age. There are many recommendations…

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Why Seniors Should Consume Less Sodium

What Is Sepsis?

September is Sepsis Awareness Month. As a family caregiver, you may have heard the term “sepsis” when discussing your parent’s home health care with their doctor or when preparing for a procedure that carries with it the risk of infection. Understanding what this term means and how it can impact your parent’s life is an…

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Sepsis

How Online Grocery Shopping Can Improve Distance Caregiving

Being a family caregiver for an elderly adult is difficult and stressful, but this can be even more so when you live at a distance from your elder and are not able to be with them as often as you would like to be. As a distance caregiver, you have to put extra thought, planning,…

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How Online Grocery Shopping Improves Distance Caregiving

How to Organize Medical Records at Home for Elderly Parents

One of the many jobs a family caregiver performs is coordinating medical care. They may keep the calendar for family caregivers, schedule appointments, and handle emergencies. Because of the many things a caregiver does, it’s important to remain organized. This is especially true when it comes to making sure doctors and other caregivers can access…

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How to Organize Medical Records at Home for Elderly Parents

How to Organize a Family Meeting to Talk About Elderly Care

Part of caring for an elderly parent involves coordinating care and making sure family members are all on the same page. Of course, sometimes family dynamics are messy, making for difficult family meetings. In addition, if your parent has had a sudden change in care needs, communication between family members can be even tougher because…

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How to Organize a Family Meeting to Talk About Elderly Care