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Serving Home Care Needs with Compassion

Compassion is hard to explain, but when they [the caregivers] talk to me, they come to eye level and speak to me on my level.  They also treat me with respect.” —Brian C., August 14, 2018 Read More  Read More

2018 Provider of Choice Award

We are proud to announce that we have received the 2018 Best of Home Care award and designation as a home care “Provider of Choice” from Home Care Pulse. This award directly reflects our high client satisfaction scores and we are honored that our clients have put their trust in us. Click below to read the press release posted on ThurstonTalk.com.      Read More  Read More

There’s No Place Like Home

Dorothy said it best in the “Wizard of Oz” when she clicked her ruby red heels together and exclaimed, “There’s no place like home!”  Many of today’s aging seniors also echo this sentiment when it is time to consider where to live during retirement. Read More  Read More

Fighting the Winter Blues

Read our recent blog post about Fighting the Winter Blues! Read More  Read More

Happy 100th Birthday Dr. Taylor!

Happy 100th Birthday, Dr. Taylor June 26, 2017 By: Lynessa Tinglum It’s not every day that you get an opportunity to be a part of a 100th birthday celebration for a special client.  So this week, when given the chance to wish this former college professor of education a “Happy Birthday”, I jumped at the chance.   With flowers and a coffee ice cream cake in hand (her favorite... Read More

Skills Fair Wrap Up

SKILLS FAIR Wrap-Up Julie Ferguson, Administrator And, it’s over.  The 2017 Skills Fair, “Lifting Each Other Up”, was a tremendous success.  Nearly 100 of our caregivers shared this day with us and enjoyed the following stations: Clinical Skills – where they reviewed skills and learned new techniques Self Care – where they took a yoga or meditation class and talked... Read More

Skills Fair Week!

My office is unusually “full” this week.  There are boxes of prizes, gifts, games and decorations.  And balloons.  Lots of balloons.  It’s Skills Fair week – the week we, as administrative/support staff, come together to devote a day to caring, coaching, teaching, and mentoring our employees.  We’ve been planning this event for a year – since last June’s Skills... Read More

Memorial Day 2017

Monday was Memorial Day. As is our family tradition, I went to the cemetery with my daughter, my two young granddaughters, and my mom. As my daughter and I went from gravesite to gravesite, bringing flowers and pausing to remember loved family members, the two-year-old ran freely, pausing occasionally to admire a trinket or bright flower. We carried the baby who reached and grabbed... Read More

Counseling Awareness Month

Counselors, psychologists, support groups, share groups?  When you see these words, what immediately comes to mind?  Is it feelings of being afraid, uneasy, or connectedness and hopefulness?  Your answer might reveal your internal attitude toward sharing your grief, sadness, or life experiences with another human.  For some of us, it comes naturally…this connecting to... Read More

My Mom

My Mom By Julie Ferguson, AHC Administrator My 95-year-old mother has always been active and very health conscious. As she becomes more frail and debilitated with age she works hard to maintain a level of activity and good physical and emotional health. Although she is dependent on a walker for mobility, and is stooped with painful arthritis, she still participates in daily exercise... Read More