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How to Social Distance with Your Senior

Right at Home Nassau Suffolk understands that when you are used to visiting a senior loved one, it can be difficult to maintain social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Right at Home explores why it is important to maintain social distancing and ways you are able to remain connected with your senior while practicing CDC recommended safety precautions.  

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In-Home Healthcare Providers and COVID-19

Right at Home Nassau Suffolk explains how in-home care providers can help maintain a senior's daily routine, and some of the extra precautions in-home care providers have adapted to help prevent a senior from being exposed to COVID-19 while in their homes.  

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Why Should You Wear a Face Mask During the Pandemic?

Right at Home of Nassau Suffolk highlights the need for face masks during a pandemic, along with instructions on how to make a face mask, as well as other helpful tips to help protect yourself and your family from infection.  

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What To Do When Your Senior Loved Ones Are Technology Challenged

Right at Home Nassau Suffolk gives helpful tips about how to make sure senior loved ones are connected to family and friends through technology during the COVID-19 pandemic, to help avoid feelings of isolation while social distancing.  

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Coronavirus Scams and Seniors

Right at Home Nassau Suffolk warns of some of the common scams that seniors could face during the COVID-19 pandemic, and provides resources that seniors can use to determine if they have been contacted by a scammer.  

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Why Social Distancing is Essential for Seniors

Staying home as much as possible, washing your hands often, and keeping at least six feet away from other people is essential. But what should you be concerned about as a senior during the Coronavirus pandemic?  Right at Home Nassau Suffolk looks at why social distancing is essential in keeping seniors safe.  

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What You Need To Know After A Loved One's Stroke

If your loved one has had a stroke, you can feel confused and unsure. You probably have many questions about what life for your loved one will be like. You might be concerned if they will recover. Or, what will your loved one's needs be from now on? When you’re a caregiver, it becomes all about what your family member needs. But you can’t do it alone, so some suggestions in this article will help you balance the needs of your loved one and your own.

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Seniors, Family Gatherings and the Uninvited Guest, the Coronavirus

We’re heading into Spring and with the season comes many enjoyable holidays. Easter, Passover, and Mother’s Day are holidays that traditionally involve some sort of family get-together, however, right now the very thought of a gathering can raise uncertainties and fears caused by the Coronavirus.

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Modifications to Make the Home Safer

The safety of your parents is always on your mind. It's especially true if your parents are trying to age in place. To a senior, their home is their sanctuary where feeling comfortable as well as safe is the main priority. Modifications to keep your parents from harm while living at home is possible. There are necessary modifications, which you can do yourself or with the help of a family member. Then there are advanced modifications that will need the services of a professional for proper installation and safety issues.

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Signs Your Aging Loved One Needs Home Care

Right at Home Nassau Suffolk has put together a list of 15 signs that you may start to see in your elder parent, that can indicate that they may require home care.

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