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Category Archives: Senior Care

Encouraging Health and Wellness at Home

Does your loved one forget to take medications on time? Does he or she neglect to eat consistently or nutritiously? Does he or she struggle in managing activities of daily living like bathing and dressing? If you have these types of concerns, then a helping hand may be what your loved one could use. Chronic … Continue reading

Advantages of Technology in Healthcare

Technological advancements in recent years have greatly impacted the way we live. New technology has simplified how we accomplish tasks, improved how we communicate, made transactions more convenient, and even upgraded our healthcare system. At Passionate Private Duty we are proud to offer hi-tech nursing care services in the comfort and safety of each patient’s home. The continuous development … Continue reading

Managing Your Asthma as You Age

If you’re an older adult with asthma, make sure to keep track of your lung function and identify any breathing problems immediately. Checking with your doctor is important because some symptoms of asthma, such as shortness of breath, a cough, chest tightness, and fatigue, can be an indication of certain age-related health problems, like chronic … Continue reading

Treating Pressure Ulcers

A pressure sore (also known as pressure ulcer or bedsore) is a result of tissue getting compressed between bone and an external surface. These pressure ulcers are caused by an area of skin being pressed up against something hard, such as a bed, bone or chair. This causes damage to skin tissue over time. Pressure sores … Continue reading

Signs That Your Aging Loved One Needs Home Care

Taking care of a parent or loved can become more demanding as they age. Eventually, many family caregivers seek professional home care services to ensure optimal care for their loved one. Senior home care in Pingree Grove, Illinois Professional home care aims to delay or prevent seniors from moving to a nursing home or assisted living center. Its … Continue reading

Quality Home Care for You and Your Senior Loved One

These days, many seniors are choosing to live independently and retire in their own homes. To assist aging loved ones at home, family members and caretakers make important decisions about their loved one’s daily living. The primary caretakers are typically working children of elderly parents with limited time and ability to provide daily care for … Continue reading