Tips on How to Open up Long-Term Care to Your Parents

Tips on How to Open up Long-Term Care to Your Parents Long-term care is a type of care that is typically required by those who have chronic illnesses or disabilities. It can be provided in various settings, including nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and home health care. For many people, the thought of needing long-term […]

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Morristown Post Acute Awarded as One of Newsweek’s Best Nursing Homes 2023

Morristown Post Acute Rehabilitation & Nursing, a proud member of Allaire Health Services, has been recognized on Newsweek’s Best Nursing Homes 2023 list. This prestigious award is presented by Newsweek and Statista Inc., the world-leading statistics portal and industry ranking provider. The awards list was announced on September 28, 2022 and can currently be viewed on […]

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Making it Easier – Placing an Elder in a Nursing Home

A nursing home is an institution where people who need round-the-clock nursing care can live out their final years. It’s often a place where the care is extremely specialized because people with advanced illnesses and disabilities often require a high level of services. In a nursing home, you’ll find all of the services available in […]

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Characteristics of a Reliable Hospice Care Program

There are a lot of considerations when it comes to hospice care. However, it’s simple to experience information overload when you or someone you love is dealing with a life-limiting illness—from learning about the condition to scheduling doctor appointments. It might be challenging to choose among the plethora of options available to you when it […]

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How to Quickly and Easily Recover from a Serious Fall

A serious fall can be a devastating event. You may have broken bones, damaged internal organs, or even head trauma. The good news is that there are things you can do to help yourself recover from a fall more quickly and easily. Here’s a quick guide to help you. Doctor’s Orders Should Be Followed It […]

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Five Tips for Communicating with Hearing-Impaired Loved Ones

Hearing loss eventually becomes a part of the natural life cycle. People entering seniorhood experience some form of hearing impairment, making it difficult to communicate with others. If you have an older loved one, they’re likely going through the same experience. In that case, you need to be more patient with them. Plus, know the […]

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Ways on How to Spot and Treat Shingles in the Elderly

Shingles, or clinically known as herpes zoster, may appear as a harmless skin condition to many, but it can lead to major health problems in seniors. It should be detected and treated as a painful skin condition to avoid further complications. The varicella-zoster virus is the parent virus that causes chickenpox in children and possibly […]

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7 Ways You Can Improve Your Heart Health

Your heart makes the rhythm of your life, beating 60 to 100 times per minute—a total of up to 144,000 times a day. Although it is fundamental to your existence, you may have ignored it until now because your heart is so hard to see. The harsh reality is that cardiovascular disease is the number […]

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How Geriatric Psychology Can Help in Alzheimer’s Treatment

Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most common neurologic disorders in geriatric patients across the world. The disease involves the continuous decline of memory, thinking, and behavioral skills. While there is still no cure for Alzheimer’s, there are ways to treat it to temporarily reduce the symptoms. And one way to enhance Alzheimer’s treatment is […]

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Understanding What Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Is

ARDS or acute respiratory distress syndrome is a serious condition that can get patients and their loved ones worried because of the possibility of end-stage organ failure. Younger patients, trauma patients, and blood transfusion patients respond better to ARDS treatments. The likelihood of survival and recovery is greater when you recover before other organs begin […]

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