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Making Bath Time Safe and Stress-Free

Posted: June 30, 2017

Making Bath Time Safe and Stress-Free If you have to help a loved one with a bathing routine, you know this is an intensely private experience. It may be difficult for your loved one to accept help, and he or she may feel frustrated or embarrassed that help is even needed in the first place.  Continue Reading »

Care to Continue® Launch Lunch @ Oconee Civic Center

Posted: June 21, 2017

Many of our friends and clients have asked us how they can learn more about home care and Care to Continue®’s amazing story. Now that we are open, we have created an event aimed at providing great information, our great story and great food from Marti’s at Midday. We are hosting The Care to Continue®  Continue Reading »

Care to Continue® Scores Big with Registered Nurse!

Posted: June 21, 2017

It is official! We are so excited to bring Anne McKelvy to our team as our Registered Nurse and Nurse Field Supervisor. Once you meet Anne you will understand why we are so excited to have her. Anne brings 30+ years of medical experience and expertise along with an incredible heart to serve and care  Continue Reading »

Unexpected Hobbies

Posted: November 30, 2016

Unexpected Hobbies Knitting and crossword puzzles? Not for baby boomers! More and more of our parents and grandparents are taking up non-traditional hobbies that require higher-level thinking. Studies show that the elderly can slow down the mental aging process by taking up a hobby or learning a new skill. The more mentally-demanding the activity, the  Continue Reading »

Growing Old and Independence

Posted: October 20, 2016

In our society, childhood is full of gaining independence. As a part of growing up, it is expected for children to slowly learn to take steps on their own and gain the freedom required for adulthood. The World of Adulthood On my 16th birthday, I was ushered into the new world of driving, my 18th  Continue Reading »

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