5 tips to help Caregivers assist with ADLs

Activities of Daily Living, or ADLs, are routine activities that people tend to do everyday such as eating, bathing, dressing, toileting, walking and continence. According to the 2015 AARP Caregiving in the US report, almost 60 percent of caregivers assist their loved one with at least one ADL. Helping with an ADL can be challenging and sometimes result in frustration for both the caregiver and the recipient of care. Below are tips you can use to make completing ADLs a little easier. Eating- … [Read more...]

Jimmie: Back to Dancing

Jimmie received skilled nursing and physical therapy services from All Care Home Health. His goals were to improve balance, flexibility, strength and mobility. Jimmie was motivated to be able to do yardwork, exercises, and, most importantly, go dancing!  He says, “I'm a whole lot stronger now than when I started, and my balance is better. They've helped me quite a bit!”   … [Read more...]