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Senior Care in Darby, Pennsylvania

A Look into the Benefits of Geriatric Care

Old age is a sensitive phase because it entails physical, psychological, mental, and social changes. It is a known fact that health declines with age. As the body wanes, there is a need for more quality elderly care. In line with this, Edmacy Home Health Care provides exceptional care to the elderly through trained and … Continue reading

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Aging in Place: Home Modifications Tips

Some seniors move to an assisted living community to get away from loneliness due to isolation. Others move because of the amenities and assistance they get from nursing homes. Nevertheless, some seniors opt to age in place because of the safety, familiarity, and comfort a home brings. As a provider of homecare service in Pennsylvania, … Continue reading

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Private Duty: Help with Daily Activities

Day to day activities such as meal preparation, housekeeping, and personal grooming can be a daunting task, especially to sick or disabled seniors. While other members of the family can assist with these activities, other responsibilities get in the way like work, business, and family. As a home health agency in Pennsylvania, we will help … Continue reading

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Tribute to Our Beloved Veterans

Among all other things, veterans have made a significant impact on where we are now as a nation. They have put their lives at stake at the same time endured and sacrificed a lot while being away from their families. For the several years of service to the nation, Edmacy Home Health Care proudly provides … Continue reading

The Different Types of Dementia

Dementia, also known as a major neurocognitive disorder, is not a disease, but a set of symptoms caused by other conditions. Dementia occurs when the patient’s ability to think and reason deteriorates, whether it be due to an injury or an illness. There are many different types of dementia that a patient can be diagnosed … Continue reading

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Communicating with Loved Ones with Alzheimer’s

It can be difficult for loved ones with Alzheimer’s to communicate. This is due to the fact that Alzheimer’s disease gradually diminishes the ability of the patient to communicate with their loved ones. For this reason, communication with an Alzheimer’s patient requires patience, understanding, and a set of good listening skills. But this can be … Continue reading

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