Caregiver in Lakewood WA: Celebrating the End of Summer

Fun Ideas for Celebrating the End of Summer Together as a Family

Summer is coming to an end and it is time to start thinking about school starting, busy schedules, and even the holiday season. That doesn’t mean, however, that you have run out of time to enjoy...

Is Your Parent’s Kitchen Clean? Home Care Can Help

It should come as no surprise that a dirty kitchen can make people sick. Bacteria spread from dirty surfaces or utensils to foods can cause uncomfortable or even dangerous illnesses. Studies show that...

Preventing Depression in Elderly Adults

While adults of all ages can develop depression, elderly adults are at a higher risk due to their life circumstances. Seniors are also more likely to go undiagnosed and untreated for depression, becau...

Employee of the Month

Employee of the Month: Eyrn Eyrn is one of the Best. Over the last three and a half years Eyrn has become a leader and great example for our caregivers. She helps to train others and believes in high ...

Our Music Affects program is designed to promote community involvement with a bi-monthly out reach.

Music Affects Program

Our Music Affects program is designed to promote community involvement with a bi-monthly out reach. Through songs, games and themed crafts, we have simple goals of bringing joy, smiles and companionsh...

What to Do When Seniors with Dementia Repeat Themselves

Remember that movie “Groundhog Day” where actor Bill Murray is forced to repeat the same day over and over? Sometimes being a caregiver for an older adult who has dementia can feel a little like that....

Six Tips for Managing the Practical Problems with Incontinence

There is a lot to deal with in terms of helping an aging adult with incontinence, but if you stick to the practical considerations, you and your senior can get a handle on what is happening. Talk Abou...

How to Conquer Daylight Saving Time Safely and with Minimal Coffee

If there’s one thing we love more than sunny weather and caregiving, it’s our sleep. And thanks to Daylight Saving Time we lost some of it this weekend. Fortunately, we live in the Pacific Northwest, ...

6 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease

There’s no denying that the biggest day in the shortest month is Valentine’s Day. In fact, thanks to Valentine’s Day and pop culture, February is often called the month of love. But did you know that ...

The Valentine’s Day Story: Love, Intrigue, Mystery

Thanks to pop culture, many people wrongly assume that Valentine’s Day is only a day for people who are in a relationship or in pursuit of starting a relationship with a special someone. We believe th...