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What Is Sepsis and How Can BrightStar Care Help?

Sepsis (Septicemia) is one of the most common reasons individuals are readmitted to the hospital after a procedure or treatment for another condition, but many people do not know what it is. In addition to health concerns, this can also cause unnecessary emotional stress and financial burden. If your loved one recently visited the hospital, […]

Low Vision Fall Prevention Tips for Seniors

Did you know seniors with impaired vision are twice as likely to experience a fall? Low vision or other conditions that affect eyesight can make it harder to see tripping hazards and even affect balance in some cases. If you’ve noticed your parents are having more trouble seeing lately, consider trying these fall prevention tips […]

A Daughter’s Journey: Adulthood Calling

There are thresholds you cross on your way to adulthood: At 18, you can vote. At 21, you can drink. At 35, you can run for President of the United States. For me, calling my aunts and uncles and telling them that my dad was in the hospital was one of those moments. I called […]

A Daughter’s Journey: Fighting the Fear

We were faced with two separate problems, like a Rubik’s cube that needed to be turned in just the right way. First, my dad needed surgery to stop internal bleeding. Second, he had cancer. Cancer. This one word carries a thousand fears. The fear I felt that day made it hard to breathe. It made […]

Tips for Leading a Heart-Healthy Lifestyle

February is American Heart Month, making it the perfect time to commit to living a healthier lifestyle. Family history is one major risk factor for heart disease, but an unhealthy diet, lack of exercise, smoking, and being overweight can also elevate your risk. To get yourself and those you love back on the right track, […]

A Daughter’s Journey: Diagnosis Day

Leah Boyle is a 42-year-old wife, mother, and daughter who convinced her parents to sell their family home and relocate near her, a few towns away, so they could help each other. Leah’s husband is an airline pilot, a career that often leaves her on her own to juggle life’s surprises, and her only sister […]

Infusing Lives with Compassionate Care

Every January 25th is National Infusion Nurse’s Day. Do you know what an infusion nurse does or the many ways they can help your loved one at home? What is an Infusion Nurse? Infusion Nurses are Registered Nurses who specialize in giving medicine and fluids to patients through injection or infusion. They require additional training and […]

5 Health and Safety Tips for Seniors in Winter

January can not only bring a lot of beautiful snow, but also slippery ice and freezing temperatures. Whether you live up north where it easily drops below zero, or down south where it can cool down into the 30’s and 40’s, you’ll want to take extra steps to ensure your loved one stays happy and […]

Winter Home Safety Guide for Seniors

Is your aging family member prepared for colder temperatures and possible winter storms? There are some important safety measures that are often overlooked. Make sure the home, whether you are living with your loved one or they live on their own, is fully equipped and ready to handle those chilly winter days with this helpful […]

Top New Year’s Resolutions for Family Caregivers and their Aging Loved Ones

A new year means it’s time for a fresh start. It’s time to grab the reins on the things we’ve all been saying we are going to get around to doing but haven’t yet. When you have an aging loved one you are caring for, this means having to make New Year’s resolutions for not […]

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