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Celebrating National Family Caregivers Month While Keeping Yourself Healthy

As caregivers, sometimes it becomes second nature to get up every day and help our senior loved ones with their daily activities. Right at Home Boston and North wants you to know that your service does not go unnoticed. Your courage and dedication reflect the righteousness of what human beings strive to be. 

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Most Common Financial Scam Targeting Seniors

Each year, millions of senior citizens fall victim to some sort of financial exploitation or scam. Perhaps the most common is fraudulent telemarketing, or phone scams. It is estimated that the elderly lose billions of dollars each year to scammers. Right at Home Boston and North would like to provide you with tips you can use to protect yourself or your senior loved ones from elderly shams. 

 

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In-Home Care and Parkinson’s Disease

A diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease can be a life-changing event not just for the person diagnosed but for everyone involved, including caregivers. We understand your feelings of confusion and disbelief. Right at Home Boston and North knows how important it is that you have the most up-to-date information and resources available so that your senior loved one gets the care that he or she needs. 

Can Yoga Affect Alzheimer's Disease For The Better?

Right at Home of Boston and North looks at how adding yoga to your daily routine can help improve memory & attention span. While research is still underway, yoga may affect Alzheimer's disease for the better. 

Right at Home Boston and North Wins Two Top Right at Home Awards

Right at Home Boston and West is a leader in the home care industry and recently picked up two major awards within the Right at Home Franchise system, the 2019 Highest Annual Multi-Territory Revenue Award and the 2019 RightSpirit Award.

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Staying Active During the Pandemic

Regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health.  Right at Home Boston and North suggest a few activities your senior loved one can do throughout the pandemic to stay active and healthy.

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Dementia and Alzheimer's During a Pandemic

Although it is important to encourage your senior loved ones to be as independent as possible, Right at Home Boston and North would like to provide you with the resources you need for safety and prevention regarding Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease. 

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How to Relieve Feelings of Loneliness During the Pandemic

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, all of our lives have been affected in one way or another.  With social distancing and many businesses closed it is easy to start feeling lonely.  In this blog, Right at Home Boston and North points out simple coping mechanisms that can indicate loneliness and explores ways that you can alleviate feelings of loneliness.  

Resources for Confronting Racial Injustice

Last year, the Right at Home Boston and North RightTeam attended the Massachusetts Conference on Women. The Conferences for Women organization has just released a wonderful resource center for confronting racial injustice. 

Going Back to Work and Need to Make Sure Mom is Safe?

As the country begins to reopen with the threat of COVID-19 still at large, there is a lot of concern about seniors as adult children head back to the work.  Right at Home Boston and North shares resources and tips, to help a transition of care for your senior loved one as safe as possible.  

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