Stroke Recovery

Try These Easy Tips to Improve Stroke Recovery at Home

These simple tips can make stroke recovery at home safer and more comfortable.

Stroke recovery at home is both an emotionally and physically challenging process, and the main thing you long for is to get back to your regular life. Nevertheless, given that more than half of stroke survivors often have some means of disability, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in-home safety modifications may need to be made to make post-stroke life easier and safer. Read more

emergency sign, Warning Signs of Stroke

5 Warning Signs of a Stroke, and How to Act FAST

Improve recovery after a stroke by acting immediately when symptoms arise.

Recovery after a stroke may be impacted by how quickly a stroke is recognized and treated. It’s important for all of us to recognize the warning signs of a stroke, a condition that is both serious and increasingly prevalent. The National Stroke Association lists stroke as the 5th leading cause of death in America, with upwards of 800,000 individuals having a stroke every year. This translates to every 40 seconds a person somewhere in the U.S. is experiencing a stroke and every 4 minutes somebody dies from a stroke. Read more

In-Home Care for Multiple Sclerosis

Choosing In-Home Care for Multiple Sclerosis

The providers of Mesa in-home care discuss choosing in-home care for multiple sclerosis.

While there’s no cure for multiple sclerosis (MS), hundreds of thousands of people in the United States are diagnosed with the condition – as many as 400,000 people. Of that, 86% of MS patients identify fatigue as the most common symptom of the disease. Treatment options vary, and can include outpatient treatment and in-home care for multiple sclerosis. The cause of multiple sclerosis is unknown; it is not contagious or known to be hereditary, but elements that may come into play include: Read more

Teaching Technology to Seniors

Top Trends for Elderly Care Technology in 2021

Teaching Technology to Seniors

For more tips on teaching technology to seniors, call our care team.

In 2020, our home care services’ experts saw firsthand how vital the role of technology is in the lives of older adults. As we kick off 2021 and encounter the challenges of the new year, health and wellbeing are at the forefront of how we consider elderly care technology. In 2021, it’s anticipated that these technology trends will be the ones to consider. Read more

Teaching Technology to Seniors

How to Overcome the Challenges of Teaching Technology to Seniors

Teaching Technology to Seniors

For more tips on teaching technology to seniors, call our care team

Seniors today are inundated with a surge of high-tech products aimed at elevating their self-reliance and safety and contributing to life enhancement. Teaching technology to seniors means that with the touch of a button or two, seniors can instantaneously visit “in person” with family and friends through Skype, wear a necklace that responds with emergency services when needed, and even stay safe from getting lost with specialized sensors attached to clothing or shoes.

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Transitional Care

Prevent Future Unplanned Senior Hospital Visits with Transitional Care

There is presently a high priority for hospitals: decreasing readmissions for high-risk patients. Healthcare Financial Management Association’s article “Two Ways Hospitals Can Reduce Avoidable Readmissions” explains that successful initiatives from a sampling of hospitals with lower 30-day rehospitalizations are, to some extent, the consequence of participating with inpatient and outpatient care providers, such as Endeavor In-Home Care, who can supply a continuum of care – helping to prevent future senior hospital visits. Read more

Older Adult Purpose

Activities for Older Adults with Purpose and Meaning

Try these unique activities for older adults that build self-esteem.

Search online for the words “activities for seniors” and you’ll probably find an assortment of games, crafts, memory-stimulating puzzles, and of course, the requisite bingo. What you will not find, unless you search much longer, are the purposeful, philanthropic activities that bring purpose to our lives. And yet, if you ask older adults what they would most like to do, the majority of them will not mention art projects, games, or bingo. What they want most of all is to feel useful. Read more

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6 Trusted COVID-19 Resources for Seniors and Their Caregivers

Being aware of where to turn with regard to the latest, most reliable information on COVID-19, particularly as it pertains to older adults and family members who take care of them, is crucial – and can be puzzling. With many resources and differing viewpoints on this earth-shattering situation, we wanted to help make it simpler to locate what you need by building the following list of reliable resources for seniors and their caregivers. Read more

How to Live to 100 – Health Lecture Series

How to live 100

Are you interested in living longer?

Luck and genetics pay a role in our quest for longevity. However, did you know there is evidence that the choices you make during your life will determine who lives longer and who has the best quality of life? Join us and learn the secrets to how you may be able to add time and quality to your life.

The Endeavor Cognitive Health Lecture Series continues on Thursday, October 27, 2016 from 5:30–7:30pm at the Scottsdale Mustang City Library (10101 North 90th Street, Scottsdale, AZ 85258). Brian Browne will be providing a lecture that will help you learn more from an industry expert on health and aging well. This FREE lecture is open to the public and there will be light refreshments served.

Alzheimer’s/Dementia Care Phoenix

Our lecture speaker, Brian Browne MS, CSA, has been providing medical education workshops in communities around the country to directly bring resources where they are needed most. He is the Director of Education and Outreach at Banner Research and is the President of Dementia Care Education. He has expertise in healthy aging and cultural competency in healthcare and research.

Scottsdale

The Endeavor team is happy to help bring this lecture series to the public and welcomes anyone interested in receiving more information on this topic. There is limited space available so please RSVP by calling 480-498-2324.

HOW ARE ENDEAVOR CAREGIVERS SCREENED?

Senior Care services

At Senior In-Home Care, we provide families with licensed, experienced in-home caregivers who provide a range of valuable services to those with illnesses, injuries, dementia, and mobility problems. Our senior in-home caregivers offer companionship, post-surgery support, physical disability support, dementia care, and assistance with daily meal preparation, medication reminders, and light housework.

Each one of our elderly in-home caregivers is carefully screened to ensure they are a perfect fit for our clients. Each senior in-home caregiver must have a valid, up-to-date certification as a home health aide, nurse’s assistance, or medical technician. All of our elderly in-home caregivers must also be CPR and first aid certified. In addition, anyone providing homecare assistance must undergo TB testing. Last but not least, our in-home caregivers undergo thorough background checks to ensure that they do not have any financial or legal problems that would put your family at risk.

If you’re interested in learning more about how we recruit and hire our talented elderly in-home caregivers near Chandler, AZ, come see us at Endeavor Senior In-Home Care. We can quickly find a home caregiver who is the right fit for you and your family. To schedule an appointment, call us today at (877) 584-6162.