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Lunch and Learn Webinar for the Working Caregiver

Navigating the Journey of Life pt 2

Join us for our lunch and learn webinar series for the working caregiver.
“Navigating the Journey of Life - Part 2
Teacher, coach, mentor, friend - we have had many people guide us throughout our lives, but who is there to navigate us through the aging journey?  

Join professional Care Manager, Trisha Menoni, RN, BSN, as she provides us the tools to avoid pitfalls and roadblocks and guides you on the path toward successful aging.

Join us for our lunch and learn webinar 
Wednesday, March 8, 2017 • 12PM -12:30PM CST

Register today!
http://bit.ly/CaregiverWebinar2017

Do you worry about an elderly loved one during winter?

Partners in Senior Care - Safety in Winter

Winter Wonderland Worries

You are proud of your Mom’s independence, but you worry every time it snows.
Do you find yourself asking, “How can Mom remain in the comfort of her own home, yet remain safe? Is there anyone who can just ‘check in’ on her?”

Partners in Senior Care can help your Mother with caring companionship. They can also help her with her everyday personal needs such as cooking, shopping, driving to appointments, laundry and personal care.

Our team of professional Care Managers can be there as your back-up for doctor appointments, crisis management or just to “check in.”

We know how difficult it is to find in-home care and caregivers for your aging loved ones.

Call us today for your FREE in-home care assessment.

Partners in Senior Care, our family taking care of your family.

Lunch and Learn Webinar for the Working Caregiver: “Having the talk - Assisting seniors and their families in accepting additional services.”

Having the Talk Webinar

“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
“Medication Safety”

Lunch and Learn Webinar: “My mom isn’t this way when she is home!” Is it dementia, delirium or denial?

Is it Dementia?  My mom isn't like this at home webinar.

Lunch and Learn Webinar Series for the Working Caregiver - October Webinar

“My mom isn’t this way when she is home!” Is it dementia, delirium or denial?

A hospitalization can change everything. What is dementia and what is normal aging? Trisha Menoni from Partners in Senior Care will provide insight to help you determine if it’s dementia, delirium or if you may be in denial.

Join us: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 • 12PM -12:30PM

Click to join: http://bit.ly/CaregiverWebinar

Next webinar, December 14, 2016
“Having ‘The Talk’: Assisting seniors and their families in accepting additional assistance.”

April is Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month

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April is Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month. Symptoms of Parkinson’s disease include:
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    Social Support Activities Lead to Better Quality of Life As One Ages

    How important is social support as a person ages? This may seem like an easy question to answer. Most people would not choose isolation and loneliness versus spending time with companions. However, can lack of social support really hinder a person’s overall quality of life?

    Lack of social support is related to negative impacts on health and well being, especially for older people. Having a variety of positive social supports can contribute to psychological and physical wellness of elderly individuals. Support from others can be important in reducing stress, increasing physical health and defeating psychological problems such as depression and anxiety. Read More...

    Happy St. Patrick's Day!

    trishablog Written By Trisha Menoni, RN, BSN, CMC

    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...

    Back to School

    Back to school. For many, these three words bring back so many memories. Freshly sharpened pencils in your grandad’s old cigar box, a dime a day for milk, the lazy walk home after school. But for those in the sandwich generation, back to school could mean increased anxiety. Making sure an elderly parent gets a flu shot. Shuffling grandchildren to and from activities for their working parents. Planning the upcoming fall trip to New England for a 40th wedding anniversary. Our sandwich generation is quickly becoming a Panini generation - grilled and fried! Read More...