At Home Care…Where do you start?

When it comes to selecting a home care provider, where do you start?  It is a daunting task to find care for a loved one when you are in an emergency state. Your loved one has had a fall or been taken to the hospital for some medical reason.  The discharge nurses say you need […]

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Hiring A Caregiver

What you need to know. It is essential to make the right choice and could mean the difference between keeping your loved on safe and…well, much worse. Max Bauer, a 93 year old Pearl Harbor survivor, lost his wife of 62 years in 2007.  He made the mistake of his life.  He was frail, and he […]

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Prevent Painful Shingles

When I turned 60 this past year, my husband urged me to get the shingles vaccine.  He explained that many elderly ( if you call 60 and over elderly) get the shingles virus and it is extremely painful.  In many cases this can be prevented, just like preventing chicken pox when we are children.  We […]

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Caregiver Support

February 1 will mark the start of a series of classes offered to provide options and opportunities to learn about what care services are available in our community and help you plan for your future. In conjunction with Tierrasanta Village of San Diego, http://www.tierrasantavillage.org/ a not-for-profit organization and Love 2 Live Care Services we will […]

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Take Action Before It’s Too Late!

Don’t let your final wishes go unsaid You can take action now so that your final wishes won’t go unsaid.  There are so many scenarios in our hospitals when we are in a situation and can’t express our wishes.  An ambulance transports you to the hospital.  You were having trouble breathing, your blood pressure is […]

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