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Emotional Impact of Caregiving

Caregiving is an emotionally demanding job. Looking out for someone’s health and wellbeing takes time, energy, and a lot of compassion. There are going to be times where you feel frustrated, angry, or ...
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How to Recognize Mental Health Problems in the Elderly

While many people are aware of the risk of dementia that accompanies aging, non-dementia-related mental illnesses rarely receive the attention they deserve. Anxiety and depression are common problems ...
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Dealing with Parental Resistance to Caregiving

It’s often hard for parents to accept that they need help from a caregiver. Admitting that you need a caregiver means giving up some of your independence, acknowledging that you’ve entered a new stage ...
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Tips for Helping Patients with Sundowner’s Syndrome

There is not yet a cure for Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, so treatment is usually focused on improving the patient’s quality of life. Assessing the quality of life for these patients is not ...
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Assessing Quality of Life for Dementia Patients

There is not yet a cure for Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, so treatment is usually focused on improving the patient’s quality of life. Assessing the quality of life for these patients is not ...
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Healthcare After COVID-19 according to At Home Healthcare

Tyler, Texas, May 11, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed several shortcomings in the U.S. healthcare system along with new opportunities. The question remains, what have we learned about the ...
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How At Home Healthcare Has Managed During the COVID-19 PPE Shortage

TYLER, TX., April 30, 2020 -- In the early days of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, it was clear the nation's supply of masks, gowns, gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) was ...
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Dementia: It’s More than Just Memory Loss

When you think of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, the first symptom that comes to mind is likely memory loss. While this is the hallmark characteristic of dementia, it’s far from the only one. The ...
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Top 5 Traits of a Compassionate Caregiver

Being the caregiver of an elderly person can be very fulfilling, but it takes a certain mindset to be the best caregiver possible. A caregiver, above all, should be compassionate. This means the ...
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5 Ways Technology Advancements Have Improved Elder Care

Believe it or not, the medical alert bracelet was once considered a huge breakthrough for elder care. This simple, engraved bracelet alerts others to a person’s allergies and other medical issues in ...
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How to Select an In-Home Caregiver for Loved Ones with Dementia

Figuring out how to care for someone with dementia can be challenging, exhausting, and confusing—but it’s not impossible. In addition to installing child-proof locks and making other practical changes ...
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In-Patient vs. In-Home Rehab

Differences Between In-Patient Rehabilitation and In-Home Physical Therapy After experiencing a serious accident or developing a disability, in-patient rehabilitation can help injured people re-learn ...
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Technology for People with Dementia

Dementia is typically progressive and terminal. However, a dementia diagnosis doesn’t necessarily mean your loved one should go into an assisted living facility right away. Many people with dementia ...
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How to Assess Your Loved One's Ability to Practice Self Care

What to Do if You Suspect Your Aging Loved One Cannot Continue Caring for Themselves Sometimes there are obvious signs that your aging loved one cannot safely continue living alone and caring for ...
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Hidden Sources of Caregiver Anxiety

Anyone who undertakes the task of caring for an elderly or disabled loved one is bound to experience a seismic shift in their priorities, routine, spending, personal relationships, and just about ...
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What to Do When Dementia Patients Become Aggressive

Practical Ways to De-escalate Belligerent or Hostile Behavior by Dementia Patients Due to the disorientation and altered view of reality that Alzheimer’s and dementia tend to create, affected persons ...
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An At Home Healthcare Christmas Story

Each year At Home Healthcare puts an angel tree together allowing us to make a child’s Christmas a little brighter. Our pediatric nurses and therapists nominate deserving patients that would have ...
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Amanda Nolan, Attendant of the Month

Amanda Nolan has been chosen as the October Attendant of the Month for At Home Support. Amanda has been in healthcare for 3 years. She says " I enjoy most about my job is being able to take care of ...
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Is Your Home-Bound Loved One Taking Vitamin D Supplements?

Vitamin D Deficiency Plagues Home-Bound Seniors Vitamin D is essential for calcium absorption, bone growth, and bone strength. Because sunlight is the primary source of Vitamin D, home-bound adults ...
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Mental Health and Self-Care Tips for Family Caregivers

Being a Family Caregiver Poses Unique Mental & Physical Health Risks If you are the primary caregiver for a parent, spouse, child, or other loved one, there’s a good chance you would describe yourself ...
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How to Reduce Conflict Between Adult Siblings When Caring for an Aging Parent

Caring for an aging adult is challenging enough for one person, but it can be even more difficult when there are multiple decision-makers involved. On one hand, multiple siblings caring for a ...
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What to Watch for When a Loved One Is Immobilized

The Harmful Effects of Immobility Your loved one may have been knocked out of commission for a while due to a fall or medical procedure, or they may become progressively more immobile due to injury, ...
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What to Do if Your Aging Parent Refuses to Hand Over the Keys

What Can I Do if My Parent Insists on Driving? Sometimes adult children are able to successfully convince their parents that it’s time to turn in the carkeys. This may happen in the aftermath of an ...
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Taanya Baez, At Home Support Attendant of the Month for July 2018

Taanya Baez has been in the healthcare industry since 1987 and has been an attendant with At Home Support for the last 14 years. Her passion is helping others which is a perfect fit for her career ...
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Physical Health For an Active Adult Life

You’re never too old or too out of shape to take charge of your health. Keep reading for quick tips to on how improve your quality of life by making your mind and body a priority. Elderly Depression, ...
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Our Mission

Our compassionate team promotes health, healing and wholeness for our neighbors where it matters most – At Home.

Our Vision

At Home Healthcare is to be the premier provider of services to promote health, healing and wholeness for our neighbors; and is to be the premier employer for our compassionate team.

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