Caregiver Resource Articles2021-07-30T08:23:45-06:00
1305, 2021

What You Can Learn from National Blood Pressure Education Month

The American Heart Association, in partnership with the National Forum for Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention and the Million Hearts initiative, have named May National Blood Pressure Education Month in an effort to help people understand the importance of hypertension control and heart health. Our team at ameriCARE put [...]

2602, 2021

National Pistachio Day – Celebrating a Great Power Food for Seniors

This Friday, February 26th is National Pistachio Day and we’re here to celebrate! We know it sounds a little silly to have a whole day dedicated to one little nut, but the truth is, pistachios, along with other nuts, are an incredible addition to senior diets. The [...]

1202, 2021

Planning for Successful Cardiac Rehabilitation – How In-Home Care Can Make All the Difference

The American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR) is working to draw attention to the impact of cardiac rehabilitation in reducing the potentially devastating effects of heart disease through Cardiac Rehabilitation Week. (AACVPR) The staff at the Mayo Clinic explains, “Cardiac rehabilitation often involves exercise training, emotional support, [...]

2901, 2021

National Puzzle Day – Celebrate and Stay Sharp

January 29, 2021 is National Puzzle Day and we’re here to help you celebrate! Puzzles actually encompass a number of games that require players to strategically assemble pieces to create a complete structure including word searches, jigsaw puzzles, Sudoku, crossword puzzles, 3D structure puzzles, and even Rubik’s cubes. Puzzles [...]

2212, 2020

Approaching 2021 with Good Intentions – Self-Care Resolutions for In-Home Care Recipients

There are a number of reasons people seek out the help of in-home caregivers. Whether living with chronic illness, recovering from surgery, or learning new routines to maintain independence while aging, caregivers offer needed relief for many people, young and old. Many times, the transition to in-home care can [...]