CMS to Officially Add Non-Skilled Homecare to Medicare Advantage Benefits

CMS to Officially Add Non-Skilled Homecare to Medicare Advantage Benefits
Earlier this month it was announced that non-skilled home care services will be included in the list of benefits for Medicare Advantage (MA) plans beginning in 2019. This final rule announced by the Centers... read more
Published on April 23, 2018.

Listening to Our Bodies: The Art of Paying Attention As We Age

Listening to Our Bodies: The Art of Paying Attention As We Age
We live in the information age where countless voices are vying for our attention. From social media to emails, ads, and news stories, the world is getting louder. In fact, the extent of the... read more
Published on April 2, 2018.

The Incredible Run of Sister Jean and the Ramblers

The Incredible Run of Sister Jean and the Ramblers
98-year-old Sister Jean and Loyola of Chicago have certainly had a blessed time in the NCAA basketball Tournament. Enjoy these tweets about her as she rides this magical moment of being in the spotlight. Reporters flocked into... read more
Published on March 30, 2018.

Senior Guide for Decluttering and Feeling at Home in a Retirement Home

Senior Guide for Decluttering and Feeling at Home in a Retirement Home
Original article can be found here. By: Alejandra Roca Adjusting to life in a retirement home can be tough – it involves big changes, like leaving behind a home and all the memories it contains, as... read more
Published on March 23, 2018.

Sound Options Recognized as 2018 Home Care Leader, 2nd Year in a Row

Sound Options Recognized as 2018 Home Care Leader, 2nd Year in a Row
Sound Options was awarded the 2018 Leader in Excellence award from Home Care Pulse, the leading firm in quality assurance for home care. read more
Published on January 25, 2018.

Senior Man Visits Premature Babies, ICU Grandpa is Born

Senior Man Visits Premature Babies, ICU Grandpa is Born
David Deutchman is the ICU Grandpa, visiting with premature babies read more
Published on January 3, 2018.

4 Tips for a Better Hospital Stay

4 Tips for a Better Hospital Stay
No one wants to go to the hospital, but unfortunately as we age this becomes increasingly likely.  Seniors tend to have more hospital admissions than younger adults.  In order to be as comfortable in... read more
Published on December 28, 2017.

5 Holiday Tips for Caregivers

5 Holiday Tips for Caregivers
We have always learned that stress is bad, in fact, stress can make us sick. However, new scientific research is showing us that this may be a situation of mind over matter. According to... read more
Published on November 30, 2017.

A Season of Peace: Family Dynamics & Eldercare

A Season of Peace: Family Dynamics & Eldercare
After nearly 28 years in Geriatric Care Management, we have come to understand a few things about family dynamics in eldercare. Eldercare is a family affair Every family is unique Every family has a past, “black sheep”,... read more
Published on November 28, 2017.

Making Health a Thanksgiving Tradition

Making Health a Thanksgiving Tradition
During Thanksgiving and the rest of the holidays, many traditions center around food and feasting together. However, as millions of Americans are caring for aging adults or managing chronic illnesses themselves, it is time... read more
Published on November 7, 2017.

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