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December 15, 2022

Holiday Family Visit Reveals a Need for Home Care

When you live far away from your family, holidays may be the only opportunity you have to visit them in person.  If some of your relatives […]
December 13, 2021

A Guide to Finding a Balance in Home Care and Financials

It is admirable to want to care for your aging family members and many families successfully navigate the various changes that are required to be made to make their living situation more optimal. However, what becomes apparent upon taking on this responsibility is that caregiving is expensive. It is currently estimated that unpaid caregivers can often spend over $17,000 each year to care for their dear loved one. Financial strain can be a phenomenal part of even the most caring family members, but thankfully, there are many avenues you can explore to help alleviate the strain.
October 19, 2021

Adult Grandchildren Caring for their Grandparents

Seniors have much longer life expectancies than they did a few decades ago, largely thanks to new medical advancements and people living healthier lifestyles. More seniors are reaching 80, 90 or even 100 years of age. In fact, the U.S. Census Bureau says that the number of people reaching 90 years of age has now tripled in the United States. One advantage of living longer is being able to strengthen connections with younger family members. Because seniors now live to a much older age, they get to watch their grandchildren and great-grandchildren grow up to become adults. Because seniors are living longer, many adult grandchildren also take up a caregiving role and helping their grandparents enjoy their elder years. This can add a completely new dynamic to the grandparent-grandchild relationship. This article will take a closer look at that relationship to help you make it as rewarding as possible.
September 15, 2021

New Alzheimer’s Drug Called Aduhelm Approved by the FDA

New Alzheimer's drug a hope for patients, but a worry for Doctors. For generations doctors have sought ways to enrich and extend the lives of Alzheimer’s patients. However, without credible medications to contend with this degenerative condition, they are left with merely accounting for symptoms and providing brain stimulation activities to extend the cognition of the patient for as long as possible. That was until now. The drug known as Aduhelm has proven remarkable in preliminary trials and has been approved by the FDA for distribution.
September 7, 2021

Who Was Voted Best Non-Medical In-Home Care Agency?

All Heart Home Care Recognized in the 25th Union Tribune’s San Diego Best Awards At All Heart Home Care, we enjoy providing home care services to our amazing patients and helping them live their best life no matter what stage of life they may be in. We enjoy it so much that we need a little recognition for what we do.
August 6, 2021

All Heart Home Care Celebrates Grand Opening in Coronado!

All Heart Home Care a non-medical home care agency in Coronado is now open for business. We welcomed many guests at our Grand Opening and Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony on August 6, 2021.
July 13, 2021

Caregiver Tips for Seniors Living with Alzheimer’s

This article will discuss an important topic on caregiver tips for seniors living with Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s disease is a devastating neurological condition that affects more than […]
June 21, 2021

Simple Dietary Changes to Help Seniors Stay Healthy

This article discuses the importance of simple dietary changes to help seniors stay healthy.  Healthy eating is very important for senior citizens.  Good nutrition helps to […]
June 21, 2021

Lack of Sleep Can Increase Risk of a Stroke

This article discusses how the lack of sleep can increase risk of stroke. As we get older, our sleep patterns change and recent research in Canada […]
June 21, 2021

Hearing Loss Could Lead to Dementia

Hearing Loss Speeds up Brain Shrinkage and Could Lead to Dementia Hearing loss is very common in older people.  According to the National Institute on Deafness […]