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What Are the Best Ways for Your Loved One to Adapt Her Habits in the Bedroom to Stay Safe?

Sep 29, 2017 by Nancy Hmieleski, RN, BSN Director of Nursing

Your loved one is likely to be more disoriented in her bedroom than in other rooms, simply because she's more likely to be asleep in that room. These tips can help. Read Article

Comfort Keeper of the Quarter - Third Quarter 2017 - Meet Tina!

Sep 28, 2017 by Marc Jeffries

Comfort Keepers® of Flemington, New Jersey is proud to announce that Ernestina “Tina” H. is our "Comfort Keeper of the Quarter!" Tina has been with Comfort Keepers of Flemington for over ten years as a live-in New Jersey Certified Home Health Aide allowing her clients to remain independent and in the comfort of their own homes. Read Article

World Hearing Aid Awareness Week: 5 Things to Know About Hearing Loss in the Elderly

Sep 22, 2017 by Nancy Hmieleski, RN, BSN Director of Nursing

World Hearing Aid Awareness Week is a good time to talk to your elderly parent about how their life might improve when they go see a radiologist and start wearing hearing aids. Read Article

Tips for Helping a Senior with Cognitive Functioning Decline Avoid Malnutrition

Sep 15, 2017 by Nancy Hmieleski, RN, BSN Director of Nursing

One pressing risk factor for malnutrition among elderly adults is cognitive functioning decline. If your aging parent is dealing with this type of functioning change they might not remember that they need to eat, why they need to eat, or what to eat. Read Article

What Factors Might Make Sundowning Worse for Your Loved One?

Sep 8, 2017 by Nancy Hmieleski, RN, BSN Director of Nursing

Sundowning can be a very difficult experience for your loved one. Avoiding some of the factors that can make the situation worse for your loved one can help. Read Article

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