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Caleb Roseme| Feb 8th, 2024

Embracing Nature's Bounty: Enhancing Elderly Well-Being through Outdoor Adventures

As the days gradually lengthen and the warmth of the sun beckons, there's no better time to step outside and embrace the beauty of nature. At Assured Quality Homecare, we recognize the immense benefits that outdoor activities can offer, especially for our elderly clients. With the support of our…
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Samanta Roseme| Feb 7th, 2024

Supporting Heart Health: How Our Home Care Services Make a Difference

February is more than just the month of love; it's also American Heart Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness about heart health and the importance of taking care of our cardiovascular well-being. Heart disease remains a leading cause of death worldwide, but with the right knowledge and…
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Samanta Roseme| Nov 1st, 2023

Fall Activities for Seniors in New London County: Embrace the Season’s Beauty

As the leaves begin to change colors and the air turns crisp, fall arrives in New London County, Connecticut, offering a wealth of opportunities for seniors to enjoy this beautiful season to the fullest.
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Caleb Roseme| May 26th, 2023

Seeing Our Senior Parents Through a New Lens: A Child’s Perspective

As adult children, we often find ourselves in a unique position when it comes to our senior parents. We have grown under their care and guidance, but the roles are slowly shifting. It’s a journey that requires understanding, empathy, and a willingness to see our parents through a new lens. This…
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Samanta Roseme| May 24th, 2023

Ensuring the Safety of My Senior Parent: How Can I Determine if Living Alone is Suitable?

As your senior parent ages, knowing when to consider a change in living arrangements can be challenging. You want your loved one to maintain their independence, but you also want to ensure their safety and well-being. In this blog post, we’ll explore some factors to consider when evaluating whether…
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Samanta Roseme| Feb 3rd, 2023

8 Ways to Get Your Loved One Moving and Shaking

Getting older doesn’t mean you must slow down or stop moving altogether. In fact, staying active is key to maintaining both physical and mental health, especially for seniors. Physical activity can help prevent chronic conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and arthritis, and also improve mood…

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