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CJ Namdev
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If you are reading this article because you are a caregiver experiencing stress and need to learn how to get rid of it, you’ve come to the right place! As well as massage, there are some other things you can do as well to lower the stress levels in your life. Try some or all of the things on the following list...

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Don’t forget to take care of yourself, too!

 “Too often, family caregivers neglect their own health, and, within a short period, the emotional stress of caring for a loved one creates physical issues,” says J. Heinlein, president and owner of SYNERGY HomeCare of Westchester, a geriatric home-care provider in Hastings-on-Hudson. “If you get sick, who is going to take care of you and the person you are caring for?” he asks....

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When Your Senior Parent Can No Longer Live Alone Safely 

It can be very difficult for a senior adult to give up some independence. It’s a natural human need to want to be independent, so seeking assistance or admitting they can no longer do something they have been doing for years can be a big challenge for aging loved ones.

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How Sugar Harms Your Brain Health and Drives Alzheimer’s Epidemic

A growing body of research suggests there's a powerful connection between your diet and your risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, via similar pathways that cause type 2 diabetes.

Contrary to popular belief, your brain does not require glucose, and actually functions better burning alternative fuels, especially ketones, which your body makes in response to digesting healthy fats.

According to some experts, such as Dr. Ron Rosedale, Alzheimer's and other brain disorders may in large part be caused by the constant burning of glucose for fuel by your brain.

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Synergy HomeCare, a proud member of the AARP National Employment Team, is looking for caring and compassionate caregivers with safe driving record, to provide quality non-medical home care in the Fairfield County.

Candidate must have experience in providing home care, including lifting and transfer, personal and hygiene care, meal preparation, light housekeeping, transportation assistance, and companionship services. 

Caregivers with clean record of safe driving and ability to communicate clearly in English and Spanish are preferred. 

To view all open positions, please click on the careers link below.

When one or more of the following is true about your loved one, it is time to seriously consider home care for your loved one.

* Diagnosed with a memory disorder, Alzheimer's Disease or Dementia
* Lives alone and or has a history of falls; is at fall risk
* Is unable to drive; driver's license has been revoked; declining sight
* Takes multiple medications; unable to keep up with medications
* Declining weight; not eating well; Incontinent
* Struggles with paying bills; unable to keep up with appointments
* Has physical and or developmental disabilities

Is your loved one struggling with any of the above?

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There are several misconceptions and myths about home care services that affect the decision of the elderly and family members. Unfortunately, misunderstanding the truth about home care services can lead families to make the wrong decision.

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Hiring a Contractor to Improve Home Safety for Your Loved One

Senior care requires us to consider safety of the elderly individuals, but when you have decided to make some home improvements, do you know how to choose the right home improvement contractor to do this work?

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Is it time for long-term care for your client?

Currently, the clients you provide with senior care services can live relatively independently but may require your assistance with daily tasks such as grocery shopping, meal preparation and cleaning. However, if your client becomes sick or an illness progresses, you may start to witness changes in their behavior, mood and other aspects of their life. If these alterations begin to affect an individual's ability to live with your assistance, it might be time to talk with the family about the possibility of long-term care for their loved one.

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There are several misconceptions and myths about home care services that affect the decision of the elderly and family members. Unfortunately, misunderstanding the truth about home care services can lead families to make the wrong decision. Continue on to my blog to read more...
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