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MS Arizona

March is multiple sclerosis education and awareness month. In recognition of this event, we’d like to dedicate a bit of space to providing more information about MS and how it can impact that daily lives of those it affects. In many cases, in-home care can provide the support patient’s need to maximize their quality-of-life. What […]

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Arizona Dialysis

As part of National Kidney Month, we’re highlighting the risk chronic kidney disease (CKD) poses to many Americans and how debilitating the disease can be to those affected. In our last post, we discussed the different causes and types of kidney disease. In this post, we’ll review dialysis, which is the only treatment option for […]

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Kidney Disease Arizona Home Care

March is National Kidney Month and with that in mind, we’d like to highlight this important health issue that affects more than 30 million Americans nationwide. What is Kidney Disease? As the body’s main filtration system, the kidneys are responsible for cleaning excess fluid and waste from our blood. Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is the […]

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healthy hearts arizona

In a previous post, we highlighted the importance of cardiovascular health during American Heart Month and discussed the unique care needs veterans and their caregivers face. We also announced an exciting new partnership between Generations Home Care and Veterans Care Coordination™ which will help vets get the care benefits they’ve earned. In this post, we’d […]

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Arizona Veterans Care

According to the Census Bureau, there are 18.2 million veterans living in the United State today — 50% of which are over 65. As we discussed in our last post, many aging veterans suffer from conditions that make certain daily activities difficult. As a result, they require help from caregivers — often unpaid family members […]

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Veteran Caregivers

Caregivers play a critical role in our country’s health care system. A 2015 study commissioned by the AARP found that approximately 34.2 million Americans had provided unpaid care for an adult age 50 or older in the previous 12 months. These unpaid workers often provide help with the non-medical tasks of daily living like dressing, […]

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Arizona Senior Heart Month

According to the Centers for Disease Control, heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. An estimated 610,000 people die of heart disease every year, which accounts for 1 in 4 total deaths nationwide. To make matters worse, “nearly 1 in 3 adults in the United […]

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help at home

It’s never easy watching our parents age. We begin our lives believing they can do anything, then, slowly, things change and we realize they’re frail humans just like everyone else. As they grow older, their limitation become greater and greater until they can no longer live entirely on their own. Five Signs Your Parents Need […]

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cold arizona snow

Now that winter’s officially arrived, it’s time to check in on our older loved ones to make sure they’re prepared for the colder weather. Because of the physical changes that come with aging, seniors are at a much higher risk for health-related complications due to chilly temperatures. However, they may also be less likely to […]

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Arizona caregiving Pet

If you’ve ever owned a dog or a cat, you understand how much joy they bring to daily life. But for seniors, these companion animals can do so much more. Companionship Loneliness is a growing problem among American seniors. According to the most recent census figures, 28% of Americans over the age of 65 lived […]

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