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TLC’s Caregiver of the Month

By Patti Maltese and Kelly McCabe | Jan 19, 2017 | Comments Off on TLC’s Caregiver of the Month

Carl has been a companion for TLC since 12-2-2015. Since then Carl has been an exemplary employee, showing great compassion and concern for all of the clients he has served.

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The Four Beautiful Aspects of Aging

By Patti Maltese and Kelly McCabe | Jan 12, 2017 | Comments Off on The Four Beautiful Aspects of Aging
Caregivers in Moorestown NJ

Caregivers in Moorestown NJ: As both caregivers and aging parents, it’s easy to focus on the things that may be going wrong as age brings change and challenges. Here are 4 positive aspects of aging to consider.

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Signs of Stroke That You Should Know

By Patti Maltese and Kelly McCabe | Jan 6, 2017 | Comments Off on Signs of Stroke That You Should Know
Elder Care in Mt. Laurel NJ

Elder Care in Mt. Laurel NJ: According to the American Stroke Association, the easiest way to remember the signs of stroke that need immediate response is the word FAST.

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Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Hypothermia in Your Aging Loved One

By Patti Maltese and Kelly McCabe | Dec 29, 2016 | Comments Off on Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Hypothermia in Your Aging Loved One
Elderly Care in Moorestown NJ

Elderly Care in Moorestown NJ: Hypothermia is a very serious risk for elderly adults. As a family caregiver it is important that you not only understand hypothermia but are also able to recognize its symptoms so that you can detect if your elderly loved one is experiencing this dangerous condition and can take the appropriate steps for treatment.

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How Can Senior Care Help Your Parent Be More Independent?

By Patti Maltese and Kelly McCabe | Dec 23, 2016 | Comments Off on How Can Senior Care Help Your Parent Be More Independent?
Senior Care in Medford NJ

Senior Care in Medford NJ: Here are some of the ways that hiring a senior home care services provider can help your parent to be more independent as they age in place.

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Could Your Senior Be Hiding the Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease?

By Patti Maltese and Kelly McCabe | Dec 16, 2016 | Comments Off on Could Your Senior Be Hiding the Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease?
Home Care in Moorestown NJ

If you are like many family caregivers, one of your major concerns might be the potential for Alzheimer’s Disease. Read more.

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Tips for Dealing With and Managing Incontinence

By Patti Maltese and Kelly McCabe | Jan 30, 2015 | Comments Off on Tips for Dealing With and Managing Incontinence

We’ve all had that embarrassing moment…the one when we’re out with old friends, laughing so hard for the millionth time at the story about that one time Joan fell while she was ice skating and during one of your laughing fits a little bit of pee leaks out.  Don’t be shy, it’s happened to us…

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Key signs your loved one is being abused/neglected by their caregiver

By Patti Maltese and Kelly McCabe | Jan 16, 2015 | Comments Off on Key signs your loved one is being abused/neglected by their caregiver

Whether your elderly loved one lives at home with home health workers coming in and out or they live in an assisted living-type facility, chances are you spent many hours deliberating over the perfect type of care or the the perfect place for them to be so that you could be sure that they are…

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How to Transition From the Hospital to the Home

By Patti Maltese and Kelly McCabe | Jan 2, 2015 | Comments Off on How to Transition From the Hospital to the Home

Hopefully you never have to experience this but inevitably, it will happen to some.  That dreaded phone call that your elderly loved one has fallen or suffered some type of medical emergency and they have been admitted to the hospital.  This can be a scary time for everyone involved and have the potential for a…

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Tips On Explaining What Dementia/Alzheimer's Is to a Child

By Patti Maltese and Kelly McCabe | Dec 19, 2014 | Comments Off on Tips On Explaining What Dementia/Alzheimer's Is to a Child

Getting the news that your parent or loved one has been diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease is surely a big blow.  To the person who is directly affected and for their family as well.  As adult children or family members of these individuals we are better able to absorb this information, realize what it…

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