Please join us in supporting The Partnership for Gynecological Cancer Support Heels to Heal Shoe Drive in memory of Debbie Torbett! For those of you who had the pleasure of knowing Debbie, you know that “shoes” were one of Debbie’s few “vices.” SHE JUST LOVED SHOES! Black, gold, flats, stilettos; she loved them all. In
We are excited to announce that A Helping Hand Home Care has won Best Provider of Choice, Employer of Choice and Leader in Excellence from Home Care Pulse! We are fully committed to providing the best elder care in Northeast Georgia each and every day and are truly honored by these distinctions.
At least one person is diagnosed with heart failure every minute and of those living with the disease, half are women. While there is no cure, heart failure can be managed with the proper knowledge, treatment and support. WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease, the nation’s only patient centered organization serving the
Thank you for voting A Helping Hand Home Care Best Elder Care in the 2016 and 2017 Best of Hall contest! Whether you’re in need of short term care or a more permanent care arrangement for a loved one or yourself, A Helping Hand Home Care ca help. In 2011, Anslee Wilson created A Helping
It’s always a difficult time for the entire family when aging parents or loved ones begin to need extra care because of their age or physical limitations. Choosing to become a caregiver yourself is an extremely difficult choice and sometimes isn’t even a possibility for you or your family members. How do I know a
Each year in February, we celebrate American Heart Month sponsored by the American Heart Association to increase awareness for cardiovascular disease, heart attack and strokes. This year, companies nationwide are participating in the AHA Life Is Why We Give™ fundraising campaign. Local and national companies will offer customers the opportunity to donate to the AHA when
Last year, A Helping Hand Home Care was lucky enough to be chosen as the Best Elder Care in Hall County in The Times Best of Hall Awards. We would love your vote and your support this year in the awards competition! Follow the link here to give us a vote. Thank you!
The holiday season can be a difficult time for elders along with their caregivers. For elders losses and life changes can be especially tough during the holidays. According to agingcare.com, “Many of these losses are emotional and social in nature. Spouses become ill or die. Other aging relatives and friends become seriously ill, or die.
The holidays are right around the corner which is exciting for all of us that love a huge Thanksgiving or Christmas Day meal. But for diabetics, it’s a difficult time when they consider their diet concerns. The American Diabetes Association has a wonderful resource for recipes and diet news on their website including favorite holiday
“Take Care to Give Care” is the theme of National Family Caregivers Month this year. According to caregiveraction.org, “the first rule of taking care of others: take care of yourself first. Caregiving can be a rewarding experience, but it is also physically and emotionally demanding. The stress of dealing with caregiving responsibilities leads to a