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Understanding the Differences and Similarities Between Home Care and Home Health

Posted June 27, 2024 • These terms might seem similar or interchangeable, but there are some key differences you need to know about these services. Get your questions answered!

For the Love of Pets and Seniors

Posted June 10, 2024 • Explore the joys and benefits of pet companionship for seniors at all stages of life.

Why an Evaluation is Crucial for Successful In-Home Care

Posted May 22, 2024 • Discover why a home care evaluation is crucial for a happy, healthy and on-going relationship with a home care agency.

Celebrating Excellence: Solutions for Living at Home's Triple Crown Achievement

Posted February 1, 2024 •

2023 Best of Home Care Awards for Compassionate and Quality Home Care

Posted March 14, 2023 • Solutions for Living at Home recently received the distinguished 2023 Best of Home Care - Leader in Experience, Provider of Choice, and Employer of Choice Awards from Home Care Pulse, the leading firm in experience management for home care businesses and endorsed by the Home Care Association of America.

Solutions for Living at Home Receives Awards for Excellence

Posted March 15, 2021 • Award-winning care and high client satisfaction for two consecutive years is something to celebrate!

2020 Best of Home Care Awards

Posted August 25, 2020 • Solutions for Living at Home announced today that it has received both the 2020 Best of Home Care® – Provider of Choice and Employer of Choice Awards from Home Care Pulse.

Why Facebook May Be A Great Addition To Your Life

Posted July 19, 2019 •

Supplements Your Elderly Parent May Need

Posted June 10, 2019 • Older adults sometimes don’t get all the nutrition they need from the food they eat. When that happens, it may be helpful for them to take supplements.

Four Tips for Assessing and Tracking Your Senior’s Needs

Posted June 4, 2019 • As a caregiver, you need to be able to make some predictions here and there, which seems impossible. When you’re tracking what’s going on, though, it’s a lot easier.