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5 Stages of Parkinson’s Disease

by Dana, November 12, 2018

Delving deeper into the previous topic, today we are exploring the 5 Stages of Parkinson’s disease. This scale was established in 1967 by Margaret Hoehn and Melvin Yahr as a way of assessing the...

Caring for the bay and Seattle: coping with parkinson's

by Dana, October 18, 2018

Parkinson’s disease currently affects one million people in the United States, and approximately 60,000 new cases are discovered each year. As a leading home care provider, Care Indeed can offer...

In Home Care - Knowing About Melanoma Can Help Save A Loved One's Life

by Amy, May 17, 2018

While you may not be aware of it, May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. If you are the family caregiver of an aging loved one in the Bay Area, you may have questions about melanoma considering older...

Senior Home Care - What You Need To Know About Heart Attacks

by Amy, March 22, 2018

Heart attacks can occur at any age, however the risk increases as we age. If you have an aging loved one you care for in the Bay Area, it's important to know the symptoms, differences between men...

Senior Care - Seniors And Increasing Abuse Of Alcohol

by Amy, February 22, 2018

When you think about the risks that increase with aging, you probably think of dementia, cancer, diabetes, and other health issues. As a trusted Bay Area in home caregiving agency, it may surprise...

Senior Heart Health - Heart Healthy Diets For Seniors

by Amy, February 15, 2018

You may or may not be aware of it, but February is Heart Month. Considering many seniors throughout the San Francisco Bay Area have high blood pressure, high cholesterol and other heart-related...

Senior Care - Why Seniors Should Beware The Flu

by Amy, January 18, 2018

For the 2017-2018 winter season, the flu has been particularly problematic, and even deadly. In fact, according to the CDC, every segment of the continental U.S. revealed "widespread" flu activity...

December Blogs

by Amy, December 31, 2017

Caregivers - Mental Health Resolution for 2018

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