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What do you see nurses, what do you see? What are you thinking when you’re looking at me? A cranky old man, not very wise, uncertain of habit with faraway eyes? Who dribbles his food … and makes no reply when you say in a loud voice … “I do wish you’d try!” Who seems not to notice the things ...

Video games are not just for kids and teenagers any longer. Seniors and the disabled populations are fast becoming the focused users of video game technology. The invention of motion sensor controller-free games has changed the way physical therapy and fitness programs are used for these groups. The...

Always Best Care Bear at Canada Fest on December 8th at the Palm Springs Convention Center.


A Family Is Like A Family is like a circle the connection never ends and even if at times it breaks in time it always mends a family is like the stars somehow there always there families are those who help who support and always care A Family is like a book the endings never clea...

Tips for Communicating with the AD Client Activities for people with Alzheimer’s disease can help maintain motor skills that aid daily tasks. Create meaningful activities, assess skills, play up past interests, make activities failure free, keep activities simple, and don’t be afraid to try somet...

National Alzheimers Disease Awareness Month! President Ronald Reagan designated November as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month in 1983. At the time, fewer than 2 million Americans had Alzheimer’s; today, the number of people with the disease has soared to nearly 5.4 million. Get inv...

7 Habits of a good caregiver If you have been a caregiver for any length of time, you’ve probably asked yourself this question: “Am I doing enough?” You may feel like the answer is no. But the chances are youre doing plenty, and its important you dont let self-doubt get the better of you. For m...

Victoria Aydelott, Care Coordinator, at the Cathedral Center Community Health Fair.


Check out our very own Suzanne Spencer and Victoria Aydelott at The Cathedral Center Community Health Fair!


Summer is almost over Whew! Its been a hot one this time. Cooler breezes in the air, darker mornings, kids back in school It must mean one thing Health Fairs!! Its always a nice way for our community of desert cities to gather together in honor of being WELL! We participated in the Cath...

 

 

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