multiple sclerosis

Living Your Best Life at Home with Multiple Sclerosis

Home is a place of comfort and sanctuary, or at least it should be. However, for people living with multiple sclerosis, or MS, the home can present new challenges never before noticed. If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, a key first step to maintaining a safe and comfortable home environment should be to make some necessary home modifications. Read More...
senior incontinence

Senior Incontinence Issues and How to Manage Them

Incontinence, or loss of bladder control, is an embarrassing and sensitive issue, particularly for seniors. It can cause a number of issues, from skin sores to social isolation for people who are afraid to leave the house in case of an “accident.” Read More...
Warning Signs that Care is Needed

Did You See These Warning Signs that Care Is Needed Over the Holidays?

It’s a new year with many new things to look forward to, but there may be some lingering thoughts nagging you from a recent visit with Mom and Dad over the holidays. Did Dad seem more forgetful than usual? Mom looked a little shaky on her feet. Read More...
Lung Disease Facts

Lung Disease: Separate the Myths from the Facts

It’s estimated by the World Health Organization (WHO) that one type of lung disease, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), as a single cause of death, ranks as high as HIV/AIDS, following only coronary heart disease, cerebrovascular disease and acute respiratory infection. Read More...
Senior Life

Activities for Seniors: Finding Meaning and Purpose

Do a Google search for “activities for seniors” and you’re likely to come up with a variety of crafts, games, ideas for memory stimulation, and of course, the stereotypical bingo. What you won’t find, unless you really dig deeper, are more meaningful, philanthropic activities. Read More...
diabetes management

Hillendale Home Care’s Tips to Help Seniors Avoid Diabetes Management Burnout

From beginning to end, a day in the life of someone with diabetes is overloaded with a range of tasks to manage the disease. Between medications, insulin injections, monitoring blood sugar levels, exercising, and dealing with nutritional needs, it’s common to become overwhelmed. Read More...
Type 1 Diabetes

Is It Type 1 or Type 2? Learn the Different Types of Diabetes

Despite what many believe, diabetes is not a one-size-fits-all condition. Because the risk factors, symptoms and treatments can vary widely between type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes, the senior care professionals at Hillendale Home Care provide the following explanation to help make it easier to understand the different types of diabetes. Read More...
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Multiple Sclerosis Facts to Help You Know If MS Homecare is Needed

Although there is no cure for multiple sclerosis (MS), hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S. are living with it – roughly 400,000 people to be exact, and of that, 86 percent list fatigue as the number one symptom of their disease. Read More...