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    As we continue to grow, we are updating our newsletter with a new look and new name, “The Kindred Spirit.”

    Because healthy aging impacts an entire family, we will now also include helpful tips and guidance geared toward those caring for loved ones. Every caregiver deserves support, and we want to help.

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  • When you’re caring for a loved one who is very ill for the first time, it can be difficult to determine the questions to ask on how to prepare for inpatient stays. By reaching out to a network of caregivers, you can find veteran advice on how to prepared and provide the best care to your loved ones. If your loved one is in need of a longer inpatient stay to recover from […]

    Whether you are scheduling a long-overdue knee replacement or helping a loved one on their road to recovery after an illness or injury, you have the option to choose who you trust with your recovery. By researching therapists and rehabilitation providers, you can make sure you feel confident about the care you or your loved one will receive. Here are a few tips for […]

    After experiencing a cardiac event like a heart attack or heart surgery, you can feel that the future in unclear. You may be afraid to resume your normal daily activities or physical activity. That’s why it’s time to start thinking about cardiac rehabilitation—it could save your life and reduce your risk of experiencing a repeat of heart related issues by up to 40 percent. […]

    There are obvious benefits of meditation, such as having a moment to yourself, quieting your mind and unplugging and relaxing. New research shows that practicing regular meditation could have long-term health benefits and can actually change the makeup of your brain. You don’t want to miss these key findings.

    Imagine if recovery from a serious illness or injury meant receiving skilled care from nurses in the comfort of your own home. That’s what home health is all about. This type of service can help you with rehabilitation after medical events like stroke or surgery. It can also help you regain your independence to manage a chronic condition such as diabetes, heart disease or […]

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