We're proud to introduce our December Employee of the Month. The care she provides to our seniors is worthy of recognition.
We have two exciting senior care events that we are looking forward to this month!
We're sure you've heard of the Elf on the Shelf that watches children throughout the month of December to see if they will be on Santa's Naughty or Nice list. Well, we've got something better than that...
The Seven Stages of Alzheimer’s were developed by Barry Reisberg, M.D., a clinical director of the New York University of Medicine’s Silbertstein Aging and Dementia Research Center.
Get to know November Employee of the Month, Celia W.
A Place at Home is proud to support the Alzheimer's Association's mission for a world without Alzheimer's. The 2017 Dementia Care Conference will be April 6, 2017.
We are excited to share two new videos that feature our very own clients and Caregivers.
APH president, Jerod Evanich, will be presenting at the 19th Annual Private Duty National Conference & Expo on November 15, 2016.
The warmth of the Fall has not stopped A Place at Home from having a little fun.
Throughout the month of October, over 30 businesses and communities participated in the A Place at Home and CHI Health at Home Food Drive. We're thrilled to share our results.
Normally, when companies have an employee of the month, that means one employee deserves special recognition. But what happens when there are two that have given their all in different ways? You have no choice but to recognize them both!
A Place at Home and CHI Home Health are sponsoring a food drive in October to benefit the Food Bank of the Heartland.
We enjoyed a great month in September with lots of fun community activities.
Please join A Place at Home this weekend for two very important events: an educational community workshop on aging at home and A Place at Home Walks to END Alzheimer's.
Congratulations to our Caregiver, Rita! There's more than meets they eye once you get to know her.