Home care in La Grange, IL

  • 106 W. Calendar Ct.
  • Suite 163
  • La Grange, IL 60525

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April 5th, 2019 What to Do about Compassion Fatigue  

Sometimes caregiving takes an immediate toll on you that you don't expect. While burnout happens over a longer period of time, compassion fatigue can suddenly become an issue. It's what you do about it that really matters.Stay in Touch...

March 22nd, 2019 Why Do Seniors Need a Shelter in Place Plan?

Elderly Americans are twice as likely to suffer serious injury or death in the event of a house fire. Usually this is because they are dealing with physical or cognitive challenges that prevent them from being alerted early and then escaping the...

March 22nd, 2019 CE 3/26/19- Understanding Your Arab and Muslim Patients

CE – 1 credit for nurses and social workersMarch 26 – TuesdayUnderstanding your Arab and Muslim PatientsVia Bella Restaurant5412 So  La Grange Rd, Countryside, ILNo Charge but Registration required by 3/24/19 at: http://bit.ly/CE...

March 8th, 2019 What May Indicate Depression in Your Senior After a Stroke?

Depression is a very serious and tremendously impactful effect of stroke. If your elderly adult has recently experienced a stroke, it is very important for you to be aware of their emotional condition so you can identify changes that may indicate...

February 22nd, 2019 Help! My Elderly Dad’s Arthritis is Worse in Winter

Chances are good that most aging adults have arthritis somewhere in their body as it is one of the most common age-related conditions that seniors develop. Due to age, seniors gradually develop stiffness and pain in the joints, those soft areas...

February 7th, 2019 Four Steps to Assessing Your Senior's Memory Concerns 

As your elderly family member ages, she may become more and more concerned about how well her memory is working. In some cases, she may have good reason to fear that she's developing dementia or other cognitive illnesses. What can help is to...

January 25th, 2019 5 Ways Home Care Can Help Seniors Find Happiness

Do you sometimes worry that, despite your best efforts to care for them, your aging relative just isn’t happy? Perhaps they seem disinterested in activities they used to enjoy or are disengaged from family and friends. If that’s the...

January 11th, 2019 Can Exercise Really Be Something Your Senior Does Every Day? 

Exercise is most effective when it's consistent, so getting some movement in every day is a big part of helping your elderly family member to remain as healthy as possible. It can take some doing to find the right combination that allows your...

December 21st, 2018 Post-Stroke Care for Aging Adults

If your elderly loved one has just suffered a stroke, it’s important to know how much their life is going to change in the coming weeks and months. Depending on the severity of the stroke, your aging relative may need round-the-clock care as...

December 11th, 2018 New Team Member!

It is with great pleasure that BrightStar Care of Chicago and La Grange announces and introduces Khadijah Livingston as a Customer Care Manager for our team. Khadijah has worked in the healthcare field for over twelve years with experiences in...

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