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"When an older adult suffers a debilitating stroke, the impact of the stroke does not stop with the patient. Strokes take a toll on the spouses caring for stroke patients.  A recent study published in the American Heart Association journal Stroke found that caring for stroke patients has a long-term negative impact on the mental health, socialization, and physical health of caregiver spouses."

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The University of Florida's Center for Movement Disorder and Neurorestoration and The Center for Arts sponsors a dance program that helps individuals with Parkinson's gain improved mobility through dance classes. Article and video shared by WCJB TV 20
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http://www.wcjb.com/local-news/2015/07/dance-helps-patients-parkinsons-disease-improve-their-mobility
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The contents of this website are for educational purposes and are not intended to offer personal medical advice. You should seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical ...
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Posted on Aug 25, 2015 | Comments (0). Inactivity impacts our overall health. But what happens after retirement? Buying a new fancy recliner is only going to provide short time relaxation for our senior loved ones. Sitting in the newness of retirement is not going to make anyone healthier.
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What do blurry vision, excess weight, extreme thirst and wounds or infections that take longer than usual to heal all have in common? They are all symptoms of prediabetes. ➨ http://bit.ly/1PVZsUu
What do blurry vision, excess weight, and extreme thirst have in common? Benjamin Kaplan, MD, explains how your blood sugar levels may reveal the cause.
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Eatwell is a tableware set designed specifically for people with eating difficulties. “I came up with an idea to work on improving her eating experience first, since eating is such an essential part of daily living,” Learn more! http://ow.ly/Rt4VV
BuzzFeed News spoke to Sha Yao, the creator of EatWell.
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Here's your feel good story of the day! Seniors having a blast in their dance class! http://ow.ly/RI2yQ
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The Genius of Marian" video clip, shared via the Alzheimer's Site, gives us insight into Pam White’s struggles with early-onset Alzheimer’s. She was diagnosed at only 61.
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Dr. Oliver Sacks passes away Sunday at 82. This beautifully written short article was written by Joshua Rothman for the New Yorker. The photo below has been credited toSahm Doherty / THE LIFE IMAGES COLLECTION / GETTY
Dr. Oliver Sacks outside his childhood home, in 1986. Credit PHOTOGRAPH BY SAHM DOHERTY / THE LIFE IMAGES COLLECTION / GETTY
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Leeza Gibbons recently sat down with OK! TV to talk about her relationship with Senior Helpers and why she sees us as the leader for in-home care. She also discusses how integral the support of Senior Helpers was to helping her win The Celebrity Apprentice. Watch the video here - http://ow.ly/Rsslu
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People often assume that dementia is an elder issue.  Take a look at this video and see the faces of some of the people living with early onset dementia.    https://youtu.be/brqei45pado #dementia #earlyonset  
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Winter Park Village 520 N Orlando Ave #140 Winter Park, FL 32789
520 North Orlando Avenue #140USFloridaWinter Park32789
(407) 628-4357seniorhelpers.com
Home Health Care ServiceToday Closed
Monday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed

Senior Helpers of Orlando provides home health care for older adults and seniors who want to live independently and remain in their homes. We provide home health care in Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties. Feel free to call us 24/7 at 407-628-4357.

Overview of Services

Our services can be as simple as transportation for appointments or errands for a few hours per week up to 24/7 care for seniors who cannot be left alone. Sometimes our clients need a little help with meals and light housekeeping; sometimes they are at a high risk of falling and need help with bathing, dressing, toileting, walking, eating and more. 

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Companionship & Homemaking, Personal Care, Peace of Mind Visits, Transition Assistance, Sitter Assistance, Respite Care, Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

A note from Dale Gardner, owner of Senior Helpers of Orlando -

The Super Service Award from Angie's List, which we feature on the front page of our website, www.seniorhelpers.com/orlando, is given to only the top 5 percent of businesses. In a sense, it's a kind of "word-of-mouth" advertising on which so many of us rely to make decisions about services we need. That is why it's a starting point for telling you about who we are. This award reflects the many positive reviews my company has received from among the hundreds of families we've served in the Orlando area for the past five years. We're thankful these families entrusted the care of their loved ones to my team of caregivers and nurses and other support staff. And their experiences can inform your decision-making process as you consider options for your family. When my wife and I were choosing a caregiver company years ago for her mother, we didn't have some of these resources for independently verifying the trustworthiness and reliability of the companies. And we learned the hard way – by trial and error. Over the years that Marian's mother lived with us, we used three different companies. We learned much about the qualities that constitute excellent service, qualities that shape how we provide care for families today.

The Angie's List recognition, awarded for the 12-month period ending Oct. 31, is one of several independent measures of quality that we have earned, reflecting our commitment to making our clients' experiences the best possible. 

Another measure of the quality of our care involves a distinction that only 8 percent of home care companies in the nation hold: accreditation by The Joint Commission. The standards to which we are held exceed those of the state Agency for Health Care Administration by verifying that we focus more effort on quality improvement rather than simply meeting minimum standards. Surveyors from The Joint Commission show up unannounced, review caregiver training and credentials, review care plans and caregiver notes, visit clients and interview them and their caregivers as part of an ongoing quality assurance program.

But that's not all. We are among a relatively few in-home care providers who are members of the Better Business Bureau, where consumers can verify the track record of a company – looking for records of complaints and whether these were resolved properly and other indicators of trustworthiness. We have an A rating.






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