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  1. Seniors and Technology: How to Break Down the Barriers to Communication, Socialization and More

    Many of our Nightingale Homecare elder clients have adult children that live across the country, or even in another country, and rely on the latest technology to observe and connect with their loved one through digital technology. Often, however, the elder is opposed to learning computer skills, especially when they may also be recovering from[…] Read More…

  2. Supporting Your Senior Loved One to Age Safely at Home Home Safety: Adaptation and Technology

    Home Safety: Adaptation and Technology This is the second in a 7-part blog series provided by the registered nurses at Nightingale Homecare to help family members and caregivers master the necessary supports needed for older adults to age safely at home and to prevent hospitalizations or admissions to a long-term care facility. This blog is[…] Read More…

  3. Emergency Button Technology

    An adult child’s worries never end! Especially if their elder loved one chooses to remain aging in their own home, without assistance. Even with excellent in home care in Arizona, concerning situations can arise when the elder is left alone. What if your loved one falls, or they have a heart attack, or another medical[…] Read More…

  4. Protect Seniors from Post-Heart Attack Depression

    Surviving a heart attack is cause for celebration – yet rather than joy, many seniors experience a surprising but common condition: post-heart attack depression. And by the same token, those with depression are more prone to having a heart attack later in life than those without mental health concerns. Nightingale Homecare, the leading senior caregivers[…] Read More…

  5. The Holidays Look a Little Different This Year: Holidays with Seniors During the Pandemic

    Back in March, when the words “pandemic” and “COVID-19” just began to creep into our vocabulary, we had no idea that by the holiday season, we’d still be right in the thick of isolating, social distancing, and doing whatever we can to keep ourselves and each other safe. Yet here we are, and it’s important[…] Read More…