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Jun
20

Senior Care Vision ImpairmentLet’s face it: cataracts and aging go together like peaches and cream. 90% of those age 65 and older develop cataracts, and by the age of 75, as many as 50% have experienced vision loss as a result of them. And to date, the only recourse to restore cleared vision has been surgery. 

Enter the latest development in cataract control, which… read more


Posted June 20, 2016
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Jun
05

Senior Eye IssuesLimited vision or total vision loss can make living in your own home difficult. Safety can be a risk for seniors, especially if they can’t see dangers – such as an object on the floor, a raised carpet edge, or a loose scatter rug, which could cause them to trip and fall. Reading a medicine bottle label may be hard at the best of times and… read more


Posted June 05, 2015
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Quotes from our ClientsHow do we begin to thank you for the wonderful support and care you gave to Mom and the entire family. Her illness was brief, which was a blessing. Out of all the bad came some good. We were honored to have Eileen move so willingly into Mom’s home and care for her for those few weeks. She not only took care of Mom, but all of us. She tenderly guided us through the process of Mom’s death. Eileen is an amazing and talented woman who quickly became a part of our family. We are richer people for her presence in our lives. It became apparent that there were angels along the journey of Mom’s illness and death. The both of you and especially Eileen are among those angels. Thank you!

- Fondly, the family of M.R.

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