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“Our mission is to ensure a better quality of life for our elderly clients and their families by providing dependable and affordable care.”

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Age in Place & Stay in Your Home

Age in Place & Stay in Your Home

Does your parent or loved one prefer to age in place rather than an assisted living facility or nursing home? Love At Home Senior Care can help.

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Caregivers

We strive to build an elite team of Personal Assistants unlike any other in the business and encourage your suggestions as we achieve this goal.

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Because your home is more than just a shelter, it's a haven!

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What Are Activities of Daily Living?

What Are Activities of Daily Living?

Posted by Andy Niska, Owner on Feb 15, 2018

You hear the term activities of daily living frequently, but you’re not sure what they really are. Take a closer look at what caregivers mean when they use the term. Activities of Daily Living Defined. Activities of daily living are tasks people do each day...

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Three Situations From Grace and Frankie Where Caregivers Could Help

Three Situations From Grace and Frankie Where Caregivers Could Help

Posted by Andy Niska, Owner on Feb 8, 2018

Have you seen Grace and Frankie yet? It is a Netflix show about two older women who have been part of each others’ lives for two decades. Their husbands work for the same law firm, though Grace (Jane Fonda) is a polar opposite to Frankie (Lily Tomlin). The women...

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What’s the Best Way to Help Seniors Take Medication Safely?

What’s the Best Way to Help Seniors Take Medication Safely?

Posted by Andy Niska, Owner on Feb 1, 2018

Many older adults take multiple medications to manage conditions. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that 29 percent of Americans take more than one. Taking several different medications increases the risk for drug interactions and...

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