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Supporting a Loved One with a Memory Impairment

Posted on: August 12th, 2022 by To The Rescue | No Comments

Guest Post by Nina Sumner Photo by Aaron Andrew Ang on Unsplash About 40% of people aged 65 or older have age-associated memory impairments in the US (amounting to around 16 million people). While only around 1% of people will progress to dementia, around 10% of seniors have mild cognitive impairment. These seniors are able […]

How Golden Couples Can Thrive After Marriage

Posted on: August 5th, 2022 by To The Rescue | No Comments

Guest Post by Jenny Wise Marriage is a beautiful partnership and a compromise among equals, but it takes work before your wedding day. You need openness and honesty, not just the desire for a successful marriage. Planning in advance and communicating effectively are two important factors when marrying during your golden years. Thoughts on Finances […]

How To Welcome Employees With Disabilities

Posted on: July 11th, 2022 by To The Rescue | No Comments

Guest Post by Elijah Dawson As a business owner, you want to hire the very best talent, and you recognize that sometimes people with disabilities can make important contributions to your company. Therefore, you should provide a welcoming environment for them so that they know how valuable they are to you. Read on for some […]

How to Help Your Senior Loved One Retain Their Sense of Independence

Posted on: May 27th, 2022 by To The Rescue | No Comments

Guest post by Andrew Needham Helping loved ones as they age is a family’s responsibility. If you’ve noticed a decline in physical or cognitive functioning, you’ve probably also thought about getting them some additional help. However, many older adults resist this because they’ve been independent for most of their lives. Ultimately they will need to […]

A Guide to House-Hunting If You Need an Accessible Home

Posted on: May 24th, 2022 by To The Rescue | No Comments

Guest post submitted by Jenny Wise Photo Credit: Pixabay.com House-hunting is always a challenge, as you have to find a property that’s both in your price range and meets your unique needs. If you’re differently-abled and require an accessible property, the process can become even more challenging. The key to success is careful planning and […]

Tips to Become a Home Care Nurse

Posted on: May 4th, 2022 by To The Rescue | No Comments

To The Rescue Home Health strives to create a positive, supportive work environment. Helping others and working as a team allows us to provide a high level of services by caring professionals.  10 tips to becoming a home care nurse Be educated in the field of nursing. Understand that this is an independent position. Have […]

10 Tips to Become a Home Health Care Nurse

Posted on: March 7th, 2022 by To The Rescue | No Comments

Guest post submitted by Emily John. Homecare nursing is an exciting career opportunity for nurses. Homecare nurses work with patients in their homes to provide basic medical care, emotional support and safety measures. It’s a rewarding career that allows you to spend more time with your family or enjoy hobbies while still doing something meaningful. […]

How Staying At Home Can Be Made More Healthy?

Posted on: January 28th, 2022 by To The Rescue | No Comments

Guest post submitted by Lindsay Johnson. Ever since the pandemic hit the world two years back, the safest option for many of us was to stay at home. With every new wave of the Covid-19 variant, health experts advise us not to leave our houses unnecessarily to stop the spread of the deadly virus. There […]

Five Ways to Help Seniors Stay Safe at Home

Posted on: January 21st, 2022 by To The Rescue | No Comments

As our loved ones age, it becomes much easier to worry about them being independent. Without proper support or preventative action, their physical injuries and cognitive decline can become life-threatening. Here are five ways to keep the senior(s) in your life safe at home: Prevent Falls According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), falls […]

What to Consider When a Loved One is No Longer Safe Alone

Posted on: December 17th, 2021 by To The Rescue | No Comments

Guest Post Submitted by Lindsay Johnson. Caring for your loved one is essential. But when they start relying on you 24/7, that’s too much responsibility to handle alone. Once upon a time, your parents may have taken care of themselves independently. However, many seniors need help with basic tasks like cooking and cleaning. This means […]