Our November Caregiver of the Month

Our November Caregiver

Beryl is a home health aide from our Queens branch and lives in Queens, New York, and she’s originally from Jamaica. She has been an asset to our organization with her dedication and hard work f...

Caregiver Appreciation Celebration 2017

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At Caring People we want to express our appreciation for the outstanding job you as caregivers perform. We are here to serve and help our clients who need assistance in their daily lives. However, we ...

How to Renew Your Strength When You Are a Caregiver

Renew Your Strength When You Are a Caregiver

Do you know that the “e” in energy stands for? No? Well, it stands for excitement, exhilaration, and enjoyment! Think of a group of kindergartners bouncing all around, laughing, and enjoying themselve...

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Caregiving for Your Parent: When the Roles Are Reversed

Caregiving for Your Parent

When you were a child, if you fell or were crying, your Mom and Dad comforted you. Now the roles are reversed. You’re the one doing the caregiving of your parent. When you become a caregiver for your ...

Things You Should Know About Staying Put And Aging In Place

Happy senior woman holding hands with caretaker

A relatively new concept for seniors has developed that allows them to live in their home as long as possible with some advanced planning and modifications. Known as aging in place, this term refers t...

Medicaid Estate Planning Basics – What You Should Know

Medicaid estate planning

It is natural for aging adults to worry about their long-term medical care and begin to make plans. Medicaid estate planning is quite similar to general estate planning, requiring similar documents, a...

Symptoms of a Heart Attack in the Elderly Respond to a Healthier Lifestyle

Symptoms of a heart attack

Do you think that you’d be able to tell if someone you love was having a heart attack? Heart attacks are common in the elderly. All caregivers the elderly should be aware of the symptoms of a heart at...

Seniors And Joy: Living To Laugh

Senior couple with surprised and happy expressions

Laughter is the key to living a long and healthy life. For the elderly living, a life full of laughter and joy can help them deal with stress as well as a myriad of other health benefits. As a person ...

Ways of Preventing Social Isolation Among Seniors

Social Isolation Among Seniors

As a senior ages, their life can become more isolated. Their family is no longer at home with them, and they may begin to isolate themselves from the outside world because it has become more difficult...

What is Dysphagia And How To Treat Its Symptoms

what is dysphagia

As adults age, they can develop what is known as dysphagia. This disorder can cause pain in the throat when trying to swallow and can be symptomatic of a stroke or brain injury. Other causes of dyspha...