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Gardens at West Shore Nursing Staff Benefits from Career Training and Enhancement Classes

Posted on August 11, 2019

Gardens at West Shore Nursing Staff Benefits from Career Training and Enhancement Classes HARRISBURG, Pa., Aug. 2, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Nursing staff at The Gardens at West Shore recently benefited from a fifteen week enrichment course provided by The SEIU Training and Education Fund. The collaboration between West Shore and The Training Fund is but […]

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Taking a Stand: 6 Fall Prevention Strategies for Seniors

Posted on June 3, 2019

We’ve all seen it, you know, the old commercial where a senior falls in her home and cries out that she’s fallen and can’t get up. So many recognize the commercial that today that line is practically a punch line. However, the reality is, falling is no laughing matter – especially for seniors. Did you […]

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Respite Care: Because Caregivers Need a Vacation Too!

Posted on May 24, 2019

Well, Summer is finally here! For many families, that means preparing for fun-filled vacations and relaxing getaways. But if you are one of the thousands of caregivers tasked with caring for an aging loved one, a vacation or weekend getaway, may seem impossible or out-of-reach. Unfortunately, it’s all too common for caregivers to feel overwhelmed […]

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The Case for Short-Term Rehab: 4 Core Benefits You Should Consider and Why

Posted on May 12, 2019

If you or a loved one has been experiencing a medical condition that requires a more concentrated level of care, it’s likely that your doctor may have recommended short-term rehabilitation. At this point, you may be asking yourself, “What’s the point?” With that important question in mind, below, we’ve laid-out four core benefits that short-term […]

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Mother’s Day: 5 Fantastic Ways to Celebrate with Your Senior Mom

Posted on May 5, 2019

Mother’s Day is almost here, and it’s the perfect opportunity to spend some quality time with the important women in your life – for many, that means visiting a senior mom or grandmother being cared for at a skilled nursing facility. While your mother or grandmother will be glad to just spend time with you, […]

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5 Early Signs It Might Be Time for Your Loved One to Transition to Memory Care

Posted on February 27, 2019

Whether your loved one has Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or is just starting to show signs of memory loss, knowing when it’s time for memory care is never an easy choice. However, there are early signs you can look out for to make the optimal and most timely decision on transitioning your loved one to a […]

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