Five Ways to Give Yourself Better Support

Caregivers in Belleville NJ: You can give yourself better support than you already do as a caregiver, but you might need to practice a bit.

ComForCare Sponsors Bike MS Team and Raises $4235

ComForCare sponsored a BIKE MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Team this year for the first time.

Summer Skin Care Tips for Your Aging Parent

Elder Care in Montclair NJ: In the summer, skincare is especially important. Your mom or dads need to protect the skin from damaging UVA and UVB rays.

Three Movies That Show the Effects of Alzheimer’s on a Family

Home Care in Totowa NJ: If you want to see movies that focus on the effects of Alzheimer’s on patients and their family members, here are a few suggestions.

Why Older Adults Should Get a Whooping Cough Vaccination

Senior Care in Caldwell NJ: Whooping cough is also called pertussis. It is an extremely contagious respiratory infection. Many people believe that it’s no longer a problem in the United States because of vaccinations.

What Is Your Plan if Your Senior Starts to Wander?

Elderly Care in Little Falls NJ: Many aging adults with Alzheimer’s disease start to wander. Here’s what you can do if that’s starting to happen.

Helping Seniors Participate in Get Caught Reading Month

Caregivers in Cedar Grove NJ: May is designated as Get Caught Reading Month, so you may have noticed posters and billboards around your town with some famous faces with their noses in a book.

ComForCare’s PAC Approves New Space For Nurse Orientations

Recently ComForCare Fairfield NJ held their bi-annual Professional Advisory Committee (PAC) meeting which is part of their ongoing CHAP Standards of Excellence Accreditation requirements.

Many Seniors Enjoy Container Gardening

Elder Care in Clifton NJ: Gardening is a pleasurable activity that many people find both relaxing and rewarding. There’s no age limit, so many people continue to garden even into their golden years.

Does Your Parent’s IBS Need Further Medical Care?

Home Care in Nutley NJ: Irritable bowel syndrome can range from very mild to much more severe and can impact the daily life of your elderly parent. In most cases, however, after initial diagnosis and establishing of an appropriate management and care plan, most people with IBS do not need frequent trips to the doctor or consistent medical care.