Summer is upon us, and with its sunny skies and warm weather comes the risk of heat-related illness for elderly individuals. It’s crucial for seniors to take the necessary precautions to ensure their safety in the summertime. In this guide, we will share some vital… Read More »Summer Safety for Seniors: Tips and Tricks to Stay Cool and Healthy
HealthStar Home Health is presenting a series on various medical conditions that individuals may have. In this series of blog articles, we will provide some background information for each condition and help you understand how our home health care resources will serve you or a… Read More »Sundowning: How to Manage Late Day Confusion
Big news this week in the land of Microsoft Windows. Microsoft has officially discontinued support for Windows 7 as of January 14th. Do you still have a computer running Windows 7? Here’s a few things that you need to know: Can’t I just keep using… Read More »Windows 7 “end of support” – what does it mean?
It’s that time of year again. I sit at my desk, surrounded by white noise and plagued by static cling. My humidifier is straining to compete with the drying effect of my space heater, and I’m caught in the middle, coated in a thick layer… Read More »Spotlight: Holly Eide, AZ/NM
Music should be a routine part of care. Not only does it bring joy to the person with this terrible disease, it allows for continuing connections between the caregiver and the person with Alzheimer’s.