We believe in sharing what we’ve learned about the home health care industry and all related topics to help and support you. Our variety of blogs feature insights, experience and news about aging, healthy lifestyle, and overall well-being. We are continually expanding the blog posting, please expect new publishing’s every two weeks, enjoy the reading. The writer’s opinion doesn’t necessarily reflect Vitae Cares position. However, we encourage, appreciate, and try to stimulate a culture of discussion and even dispute.

Companion for Elderly: A Comforting Source of Inspiration Throughout Long Winters

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Monday, February 5, 2018  
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The coldest season may represent, particularly for older adults or the disabled, a period of inactivity or decline that is often involuntary because it is difficult to get around in wintery conditions.

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Brain Exercises for Elderly – Active Mind and Lower Risk of Dementia

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Wednesday, January 10, 2018  
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There is not yet a cure to treat dementia, although preventive measures may decrease risk of the disease. Researchers have focused their attention on critical aspects and data.

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Breast Cancer in Older Age; Issues for Women and Their Families to Consider

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Sunday, November 19, 2017  
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Early detection of breast cancer is always important. With good health, a woman may have a long lifespan. However, after being diagnosed at an older age and in conjunction with potential comorbidity, the choice of treatment is essential

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Palliative Care and Hospice Care Are Essential to Improve the Life of Elderly Patients and Their Families

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Friday, November 10, 2017  
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Palliative and hospice care are similar yet distinct. Understanding the differences can help in making the right choice for the quality of life and comfort of a patient.

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Elderly Companion Care Assists People Enjoy the Fall Season

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Tuesday, October 31, 2017  
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The fall season is truly magnificent, and senior companionship can make the months more enjoyable and fulfilling.

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Respite Services Step in When You Cannot Be There, Giving You a Break and Providing Rest and Relief

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Monday, October 23, 2017  
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In-home health-care services are ensuring continued high-quality care for your loved ones. Professional caregivers enable family caregivers to take breaks from the challenges of caregiving.

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Nonthreatening Approach in Dementia Care – a Gentle, Warm Way to Communicate with Patients

  •  Annette Pecinova  
  •  Saturday, October 21, 2017  
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Interacting or responding to a dementia patient with nonmedical care will have a beneficial effect. Respect plus a friendly, soft tone is what they need; appreciate the most, and you will get through them.

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Respect for Elders Is Simple, Convenient, and Rewarding

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Tuesday, September 5, 2017  
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As a culture, are we doing enough? Showing respect for the elderly is easy and something everyone should do.

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Sleep and Aging: Getting Enough Sleep Makes a Big Difference

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Monday, September 4, 2017  
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Lack of sleep can lead to significant problems, but simple adjustments can create better sleep and superior health for the elderly.

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Five Senses: Our Understanding May Be Outdated and Inaccurate

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Monday, August 28, 2017  
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Neuroscientists are discovering that there are more than just the five senses, as classically thought. In fact, some believe there may be over thirty physical senses.

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Disability Care – Older Adults Are Significantly More Likely to Have a Disability

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Friday, August 18, 2017  
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According to information from the Pew Research Center, roughly one in eight Americans has some form of disability.

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Social Interaction is Vital for Dementia Patients and the Elderly

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Wednesday, August 9, 2017  
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Having a strong social life is often taken for granted, but as we age, our connections can fade, leading to potential mental and physical problems.

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Diet for Dementia Patients: Understanding the Challenge

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Saturday, July 15, 2017  
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A proper diet is vital to the health of a dementia patient, and with the assistance of knowledgeable staff, good nutrition can happen every day.

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Therapeutic Lying in Dementia Care a Walk on a Fine Line of Moral Justification

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Tuesday, July 4, 2017  
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Lying to a dementia patient may seem immoral, but new theories about emotional stability and well-being advocate gentle, respectful lying.

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Senior Caring Services Can Assist Improve the Safety in an Elder’s Home

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Sunday, June 25, 2017  
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Maintaining a safe home is substantial, it will prevent and reduce the chance of falls and injuries.

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Elderly and Technology – The Use of Smartphones Among Americans Age Sixty-five and Older Has More Than Doubled

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Sunday, June 4, 2017  
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A recent study indicates that many seniors are embracing the use of technologies, whereas others are still holding back. Age and income, plus education, are the main drivers of this trendy topic

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Aging Parents Need Your Care, but Maintaining Respect and Communication Is Essential

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Thursday, June 1, 2017  
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When you use an approach that promotes respectful communication, giving advice and providing care becomes much easier and more helpful to your loved ones.

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Senior Companion Services – Anxiety Grows with Age

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Saturday, May 20, 2017  
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As senior citizens age, anxiety can increase. Five different considerations to build up their trust.

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Respite Care—the Ideal Solution to Bridge a Short-term Gap

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Tuesday, May 2, 2017  
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With summer approaching, in-home care services can step in to bridge a temporary gap for family caregivers who are looking for support and replacement.

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Aging: The Worldwide Elderly Community Is Growing Older

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Sunday, April 30, 2017  
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Aging is a global phenomenon challenging societies across the globe. By 2050, the number of elderly persons is projected to more than double.

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Senior Companion Care—The Spring Season Brings New Beginnings

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Saturday, April 15, 2017  
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Spirits are high and it’s time to start new things, an enjoyable season. In-home care services embrace these vibrations and help with all your endeavors.

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Why senior transportation services are an essential part of seniors’ quality of life

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Sunday, March 19, 2017  
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Because some senior citizens are no longer capable of driving, public transportation options are few - mobility in everyday life is being affected

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In home health care—Welcome this well-deserved service in your home

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Sunday, March 19, 2017  
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Many senior citizens refuse to accept support. They are reluctant and have a variety of concerns because they do not see the benefits of dignity, quality of life, and well-being finding their way back into their lives.

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Caring Services—How you can find simple ways to spoil your elderly parent, even long-distance

  •  Social Media Team  
  •  Sunday, March 19, 2017  
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You can spoil your loved one with a little something even if they live far away—send a sign, show the person being cared for that you are thinking of them and brighten their day.

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