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Aging in Place Confidently with Companion Care at Home

Companion Care at Home in Union NJ

Aging in place is a simple concept at its core. What it truly means is that seniors want to remain in their homes for as long as they can. For some seniors, this isn’t an easy goal to achieve, though, especially if they don’t have the emotional support that they need. Companion care at home […]

Celebrate Mother’s Day!

This Mother’s Day Adult Alternative Home Care celebrated by handing out these cute tulip flower pens to our community partners. These pretty flower pens change to pink and blueish-purple in the sun. The fun pens were placed in cute elegant vases for social workers and other personnel. Every vase and set of pens were specially […]

Meet Our Team

The success of every great organization depends on the collaborative efforts of its members. Adult Alternative Home Care is expanding and taking on new territories with the combined efforts of its team. The month of May presents us the opportunity to introduce our staff since this month recognizes public service workers and nurses. The week […]

Home Care Assistance Helps Prevent Caregiver Burnout

Home Care Assistance in Short Hills NJ

Family caregivers often don’t think about issues like caregiver burnout until they’re dealing with the beginning stages of that problem. Burnout becomes such an issue because caregiving taxes family caregivers on every level, including physically, emotionally, and mentally. Home care assistance gives family caregivers a way to battle caregiver burnout in a way that keeps […]

Establishing Better Communication with the Help of Home Care

Home Care in Clark NJ

Effective communication makes every situation better, especially when it’s a challenging one. Caregiving is full of complications and it’s helpful to have experienced assistance around. Home care services help family caregivers to establish care routines that help their senior family members get the help they need and communicate more effectively with everyone involved. Building Trust […]

Physical Wellness Month

Physical wellness is a really broad term which in itself has many facets. To break it down, physical wellness consists of recognizing the need for physical activity, whole foods and sleep. The term also highlights the need to prevent injury and illness, and its management. From the definition, we can understand how important it is […]

National Parkinson’s Awareness Month

April is National Parkinson’s Awareness Month. Parkinson’s Disease is a progressive disorder of the central nervous system that affects movement. Symptoms typically occur slowly; one side is often affected first, but as Parkinson’s disease progresses, both sides are affected. While anyone could be at risk for developing Parkinson’s, research suggests that older age is a […]

Sleep and Rest: Vital Components of Post-Hospital Care

Post-Hospital Care in Clark NJ

Seniors need extra attention and care upon hospital discharge to ensure a seamless return to health. In addition, they need a strong and detailed post-hospital care plan to reduce readmissions. Part of that plan should include instructions regarding sleep and rest. This is because sleep and rest are just as important to the healing process […]

Five Self-care Strategies for Family Caregivers of Alzheimer’s Patients

Alzheimer's Care in Chatham NJ

Family caregivers face a lot of stressful situations, particularly if their aging family members are battling issues like Alzheimer’s disease. In order to take better care of themselves, family caregivers need to try a few different strategies, including enlisting the help of Alzheimer’s care providers on a regular basis. Putting a plan together means looking […]

Empower Social Workers – Adult Alternative Home Care stands with Social Workers!

Social Work Month is observed every March in the United States. Originally, National Professional Social Work Month was introduced by the National Association of Social Workers in 1963 – over 50 years ago. They aimed to encourage public support and to generate interest in the profession of social work. Today there are over 700,000 social […]

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