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Early Alzheimer’s Story

Alzheimer’s: Early Onset Typically Alzheimer’s affects people later in life. However, an estimated 200,000 Americans suffer from the younger-onset version
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Why Clients Choose Nurse Visits Over A Nursing Home

Nurse Visits Over a Nursing Home A client may not want or need to move to a nursing home. He
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Consumer Directed Services (CDS)

Consumer Directed Services There are many advertisements about Consumer Directed Services, or “CDS” programs. You’ve seen commercials and billboards that
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Private Services Caregivers

Private Services Caregivers The end of summer can feel like a new beginning as kids return to school and households
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Our telemonitor is reasonably sized for ease of use.

How Home Care Prevents Health Problems

Prevention is, and has always been, a watch-word of healthcare. Healthcare costs continue to rise at unsustainable rates and we
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Cards Baseball is Back

Home Opener and Home Care

Yes, we’ll be working hard today, and every day, to meet your home care needs. 365 days a year/24 hours
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Easy, Affordable Peace of Mind for Your Aging Loved One

Our nurses get rave reviews when they do skilled visits for our clients returning home from the hospital or when
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Planning a Spring Outing with Your Aging Parent? Try One of These!

With patience, planning and creativity, you can enjoy an outing with your aging loved one this spring. We’ve even got
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A Message for our Caregivers

Cooperative Home Care works very hard to support and to appreciate our caregivers, because we know how hard they work,
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Welcome Spring!

Who can resist the miracle of spring? Today, we hope you roll down your windows and turn your face toward
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Cooperative News

Sue and Our Caregiver Newsletter

Our caregivers are enjoying our revamped newsletter, designed just for them: Cooperative News. Ongoing, consistent communication can be a challenge
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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Whether you enjoy some green beer, run five miles, watch a parade, indulge in corn beef and cabbage or all
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