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GoldenCare’s Quarterly Caregiver Meetings and Training

By | Aug 29, 2018 | Comments Off on GoldenCare’s Quarterly Caregiver Meetings and Training

Caregivers attended GoldenCare’s quarterly Caregiver meeting and training in July/August.  Meetings provided caregivers with important company updates, opportunity to share best practices, receive training on client care and safety techniques, and special Caregiver recognition. All participants received a “toolbox” of helpful materials designed to help engage clients; improve cognitive status, and generally have fun! If you or an…

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Caregiver Shares International Cuisine

By | Aug 28, 2018 | Comments Off on Caregiver Shares International Cuisine

Caregiver Ted L. shares his passion for cooking Filipino food with GoldenCare Office staff.  A GoldenCare cookbook may be in our future!   If you or an aging loved-one are considering Home Care in Rancho Santa Fe, CA, please contact the caring staff at Golden Care today. Call us at 760-828-5201.   

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Which Stage of Caregiving Are You In?

By | Aug 23, 2018 | Comments Off on Which Stage of Caregiving Are You In?

  Caregivers and their aging adults have slightly different needs depending on which stage of the caregiving journey they’re in. This list can help you to determine where you fall in the various stages.    Anticipating Future Caregiving    You may still live far away from your aging adult or her circumstances may be under…

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Helping Seniors Use Social Media

By | Aug 10, 2018 | Comments Off on Helping Seniors Use Social Media

  While using social media may seem like second nature to you, it may be a total mystery to your aging mom or dad. When it comes to staying connected to friends, family and your community, social media like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and more can make keeping in touch easy and convenient.     Wouldn’t it…

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Four Tips for Helping Your Senior Get Clutter under Control

By | Aug 2, 2018 | Comments Off on Four Tips for Helping Your Senior Get Clutter under Control

  Clutter can really take over your senior’s house and that’s not a good thing at all. By setting up some systems and really cracking down, you can help your elderly family member to keep a lid on the clutter that is plaguing her during her daily life. Develop Systems for Clutter-prone Items Systems can…

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Managing Sleep Problems

By | Jul 28, 2018 | Comments Off on Managing Sleep Problems

  Many aging adults have trouble sleeping as they grow older.  The Sleep Foundation reported that, “According to NSF’s 2003 Sleep in America poll, 44% of older persons experience one or more of the nighttime symptoms of insomnia at least a few nights per week or more.” For some with dementia or Alzheimer’s, however, sleep problems…

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Arthritis and What It Means for Aging Adults

By | Apr 14, 2018 | Comments Off on Arthritis and What It Means for Aging Adults

  It is a surprising fact that arthritis is the leading cause of disability in the aging adult community. When you add in the rising obesity epidemic and the lack of proper nutrition it’s no wonder that Americans’ bones and joints are crying out for relief. This typically comes out in the form of pain and/or the limited…

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Hospice Care and What It Means

By | Mar 30, 2018 | Comments Off on Hospice Care and What It Means

    Decades ago the term hospice care meant someone was on their deathbed and lasted from days to a few weeks at most. In this day and age it can have a similar meaning, but most often it can be defined as the process in which a person is kept comfortable as their body begins to shut down. This…

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The Importance of Exercise

By | Mar 12, 2018 | Comments Off on The Importance of Exercise

  There is no shortage of information available on the importance of being physically active at any age. Just how much does exercising (or the lack of) affect our quality of life? Studies show that next to what types of food we consume, it plays a huge role in the health of our minds and…

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Heart Health

By | Feb 27, 2018 | Comments Off on Heart Health

    Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America. One in every four adults die from it! While those statistics may shock you, what’s more shocking is that in most cases it can be prevented. Unlike many genetic diseases or illnesses, we have the resources to prevent heart disease and its related…

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