Join us for our lunch and learn webinar series for the working caregiver.
Did you know that 55% of seniors take medication incorrectly? Join Trisha Menoni, from Partners in Senior Care as she discusses Medication Safety in Older Adults.
Take home tool: 7 Questions to Ask When Your Doctor Prescribes a New Medication.
Wednesday, December 14, 2016 • 12PM -12:30PM CST
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Lunch and Learn Webinar for the Working Caregiver: “Having the talk - Assisting seniors and their families in accepting additional services.”
“Having the talk - Assisting seniors and their families in accepting additional services.”
Sometimes the biggest challenge is convincing a loved one to accept help at home. Join Trisha Menoni from Partners in Senior Care as she discusses how to turn resistance into acceptance with compassion and care.
Join at http://bit.ly/CaregiverWebinar
Wednesday, November 9, 2016 • 12PM -12:30PM
Next webinar, December 14, 2016
Partners in Senior Care has received several National Awards for Excellence. We are extremely proud of these achievements, but we do not let it go to our Administrative heads! We know that it is the dedication of our front line caregivers, providing quality, compassionate home care to our seniors day in and day out that has led to our success.
Therefore, October at Partners in Senior Care is “family reunion” time. It’s our month for our annual employee meeting. During these meetings we take the time to reward and appreciate our caregivers for all they have done throughout the year. Our theme this year was “Power of Partnership”. Read More...
If you know a senior who served during wartime (WW2, Korea, Viet Nam, Gulf War) - or their surviving spouse and they need a caregiver – they may be eligible for a unique benefit through the VA called “Aid and Attendance.” This benefit provides funding - up to $25,000 annually to help keep loved ones safe and comfortable with home care. Read More...
Happy 4th of July from Partners in Senior Care!
Independence. The word means different things at different times in our lives. The first time you were allowed to cross the street on your own or bike to the park by yourself. Your drivers license. Your first paycheck. Your first car. The first evening alone in your first apartment. Your first date night with your husband without kids. The day you become an empty nester - you hope. These are all incredible milestones of freedom and independence. And we remember every one of them. Read More...
June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month.
Alzheimer’s remains one of the biggest fears and worries about aging. We often meet with families who want to know if their loved one’s forgetfulness is a normal part of aging or if it is the start of dementia. Read More...
April is Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month. Symptoms of Parkinson’s disease include:
It is required that employees have twelve hours of continuing education per year. This education includes subjects required by the State of Illinois as well as subjects that will increase the employee’s job knowledge. This month the topic is: Read More...
• RN supervisory visits every month
• Individualized Plan of Care based on underlying disease process
• Caregiver education by a Nurse Educator
• 20 hours of Continuing Education of caregivers annually. Read More...
They sum up our beliefs: Read More...
Partners in Senior Care Receives 2015 Best of Home Care® Leader in Excellence Award
GRAYSLAKE, IL – Partners in Senior Care announced today that they received the distinguished Best of Home Care Leader in Excellence Award from Home Care Pulse, the leading firm in quality assurance for private duty home care. The Leader in Excellence Award was given to the select few home care businesses that consistently ranked among the highest in 18 or more quality metrics assessed by Home Care Pulse. As a Leader in Excellence, Partners in Senior Care is now ranked among the best home care providers in the nation.Read More...
The “Leader in Excellence” Award was awarded to fewer than 45 private duty home care agencies across the country. The few agencies that achieve recognition as a Leader in Excellence set the highest standard for quality in home care. Their satisfaction scores rank in the top percentile nationally across all categories. As a “Leader in Excellence,” Partners in Senior Care is a top performer in the home care industry. Read More...
Chest pain and shortness of breath are commonly caused by high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Managing these diseases will help with prevention of symptoms and overall well-being. Read More...
Home Care Chicagoland: Partners in Senior Care Receives “Best of Home Care - Provider of Choice 2013” Award
Grayslake, IL – January 12, 2012 – Partners in Senior Care today announced that it has been recognized with Home Care Pulse’s “Best of Home Care” distinction. Awarded to the top 25% of agencies in client and employee satisfaction scores from Home Care Pulse, Partners in Senior Care is now ranked among a select few of the best agencies in the country. Read More
Partners in Senior Care featured in The Voice - The Magazine of the National Private Duty Association
"To Be The Best, Work With The Best" by Angie Landmesser
Supplies for older adults affected by the floods such as personal wipes, bleach cleaning wipes, and Ensure are being donated by Partners in Senior Care
March 17th was always a special day for my mother. She would play Irish records on the stereo (do our grandchildren even know what that is?) and they would play all day. Dinner was always Corned Beef and Cabbage and as children we always got “a little green” from the pot of gold! Read More...
PARTNERS IN SENIOR CARE today announced that it has completed and received its Home Care Pulse Certification. A certification program dedicated to the measurement of client and employee satisfaction scores. Partners in Senior Care is now officially certified in home care quality. Read More
Summer vacation. For many, these two words hold promises of lazy days at a beach, a memory filled road trip across the country, or the trip of a lifetime to Europe. However, for those caring for an aging parent, the two words mean worry and fear. They "Worry about what would happen if their loved one goes into crisis while they are on vacation. Who will be with them? Who will talk to their doctors if they are unable? Read More