Diabetes Awareness Month: Helping Seniors Manage Diabetes

November is Diabetes Awareness Month! As seniors age, they are more likely to develop diabetes. Diabetes is a chronic condition that causes high blood sugar levels and affects the body’s ability to produce insulin. Managing diabetes can be difficult for seniors who may have some degree of decreased vision or cognitive impairment. This blog post … Read more

National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: Honoring the Anniversary of the Attack, the Lives Lost, and Dorie Miller

President Roosevelt proclaimed December 7th to honor the anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the lives lost that day.  The attack on Pearl Harbor ushered in the United States’ active involvement in World War II. The attack itself lasted just a bit over an hour but killed a total of 2,403 US … Read more

To our Caregivers from the Owners

Dear Caregivers, We would like to thank our entire team at A Place At Home for your help throughout the past year. It’s been a great year for our company and clients, and we couldn’t have done it without our valued employees. You’ve made it possible for more seniors to age with respect and dignity … Read more

6 Simple Steps for Safe Senior Living

We all want our loved ones to be safe, including our older relatives. That means proper senior care is essential, even when we can’t be with them. For elderly parents or grandparents home alone, common household situations can turn hazardous. But a few simple precautions can help ensure the living area is properly set up … Read more