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Gary S.

California
Owner of Assisted Living At Home offering creative solutions for seniors who need in-home care.
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Full Story by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving When choosing an agency, select one with a proven record for quality and 21 years experie ... Read on »
Voted Best Home Care in South Jersey 2011 by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Voted best home care agency in South Jersey for 2011 by the C ourier Post and the Home Care Pulse Read on »
Music For Memory by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Have you ever heard a song and suddenly had memories flood your mind of a certain time in your life? Did you ever wonder why you can barely remember what you had for lun ... Read on »
Outwalking Alzheimer’s by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Taking a regular, daily walk is good for physical health, and now it appears that it may slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease and ward off mental decline as we ... Read on »
Music & the Brain by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Dr. Petr Janata, Neuroscientist, on Music and the Brain “This is a very exiting time to be working in the field of neuroscience and especially in the area of music a ... Read on »
What Makes a Good Home Health Aide by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Certified Home Health Aides are special people. I have been running a home care business which utilizes many aides, especially Live-in home health aides. For as long as ... Read on »
Senior Centers in South Jersey by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Local senior centers throughout South Jersey provide an excellent opportunity for seniors living at home to socialize, exercise and remain active.  At Assisted Living A ... Read on »
Heat Stroke and Seniors by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Summer is here, and with it the concern of heat stroke for seniors. Heat stroke is a dangerous and potentially deadly condition that can occur when the body reaches a te ... Read on »
Can Loneliness Affect Your Blood Pressure? by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Loneliness affects many people, especially seniors who live alone. New research coming from the University of Chicago shows that loneliness can play a major role in incr ... Read on »
Can Grandchildren Help You Age Better? by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Want to live longer, healthier and remain independent? It may be easier, and more enjoyable than you think. Numerous studies of centurions show that living a long, heal ... Read on »
Are Your Foods Affecting Your Vision? by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Loss of vision is a leading cause of disability with the elderly and a major contributor for the need of senior care services such as home careassisted living and nursing ... Read on »
Martha Stewart Talks about Senior Home Care Crisis by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Health care reform is all the buzz, but is enough focus placed on creative solutions for senior care (home care in particular) and the need for more geriatric physicians? ... Read on »
As Close To A Miracle As I have Seen With Pet Therapy by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving I have heard all the claims about how pet therapy can produce amazing results, especially with  seniors, but when I actually witnessed an extraordinary event take place r ... Read on »
Can Socialization Improve Health In Seniors? by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving A number of studies have shown how socialization can actually improve the health and lower medical needs for seniors. Overall health was seen to be higher and the need fo ... Read on »
6 Foods for Weight Loss & Health Aging by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Incorporating these six specific foods can have a dramatic result in your health and waistline. Weight loss can benefit all overweight individuals, including seniors. It ... Read on »
Keeping a sharp mind thru food by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving As you get older, having an antioxidant-rich diet can increase your chances of having better cognitive function. Researchers from Germany worked with a team from Temple U ... Read on »
New Video “Imagine- The future of Aging” by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving What will the future look like for seniors? This video shows how technology will enhance senior care and allow seniors to live more independently at home. Technology is a ... Read on »
5 Alzheimer’s Warning Signs by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Mild memory loss is a normal part of aging, but how can you tell if it is something to worry about? Alzheimer’s disease affects more than 30 million people worldwide. The ... Read on »
Protecting Yourself Online by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving While fraud against seniors is growing, the threat they face form internet security is often the same as their younger counterparts. Here is a simple way to help with pro ... Read on »
Pet Therapy reduces stress and lowers blood pressure for seniors receiving in-home care. by Gary S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Researchers have documented the physiological effect pet therapy can have on humans. The Power of Pets Therapy animals are more than just fun; they can produc ... Read on »