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Home Health Care

Jan 4, 2016 by Paul Cain, Ph.D.

Many people think home care is only a solution for when your loved one's health is already declining. Many fail to realize it is a great resource to prevent the health of your elderly parents and friends from declining. Read Article

Independent Aging

Sep 4, 2015 by Paul Cain, Ph.D.

Letting Seniors take control of activities they can safely accomplish helps them maintain independence and purpose as they age. Comfort Keepers of Stuart loves this model of care. It is just one aspect that is included in our Interactive Caregiving philosophy. Read Article

Brain Stretching

Jan 30, 2015 by Paul Cain, Ph.D.

Cognitive stimulation can greatly increase the quality of life and even slow down the decline in Alzheimer's patients. Comfort Keepers can spend quality, interactive time with your loved ones. Read Article

Friends In Need

Nov 30, 2014 by Paul Cain, Ph.D.

Identifying the challenge of coordinating care for a loved one, as an unpaid caregiver or family member at a distance. Read Article

Doctor's Orders

Aug 31, 2014 by Paul Cain, Ph.D.

Recognizing and managing the difficulties of getting a Dementia sufferer to bathe or shower. Read Article

All Home Care Is Not The Same

May 31, 2014 by Paul Cain, Ph.D.

Exploring Home Care options and offering information on how to choose the right provider by asking the right questions Read Article

Doing For Vs Doing With

Feb 28, 2014 by Paul Cain, Ph.D.

Discussing the health benefits of those involved and engaged in their own personal care and daily routine. Read Article

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