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COVID-19 vaccinations continue to roll out across the United States as all adults are now eligible. Since seniors were some of the first to receive the vaccine, many are now fully vaccinated. With this added layer of protection against severe disease, older adults may be wondering what that means for socializing and getting back to … Continue reading Senior Safety: I Got the COVID-19 Vaccine – Now What?→
Every year on the third Sunday of June, families take the time to celebrate the important men in their lives. While you may appreciate your father every day, today is all about them and showing how much you care. Seniors especially may find this holiday meaningful as they have watched their children grow up and … Continue reading Fun Ways to Celebrate Father’s Day→
With longer daylight hours and warmer weather, it’s a great time to shake off those winter blues. Many people have been stuck indoors because of COVID-19 and the cold, which can increase feelings of depression and loneliness. We’re taking a closer look at some ways to boost your mood while enjoying the change in seasons. … Continue reading Spring Activities to Boost Seniors’ Mental Health→
A common condition that affects many seniors is osteoarthritis. Because this type of arthritis develops over time as the cartilage between joints begins to wear down, it is usually associated with aging. While it can be bothersome, there are also some ways to help manage symptoms and allow you to continue doing many activities that … Continue reading What You Need to Know About Osteoarthritis→
One side effect of aging is that many people deal with is arthritis. This swelling of the joints can leave you feeling stiff and sore. It may become more difficult to get your fingers to do the intricate tasks you once did, or maybe you feel it in your hips or ankles when you try … Continue reading Coping with Arthritis as You Age→
Dave and his staff go above and beyond with their care. They all take special interest with their clients. Also a very helpful resource in future planning and current ideas. Trust your...View Full Testimonial
Elderly Care for Bill Hornbogen
Dave and his staff go above and beyond with their care. They all take special interest with their clients. Also a very helpful resource in future planning and current ideas. Trust your parents to these people - they will not let you down.