October 12, 2012

Recuperative Care

When you are recovering from an illness, injury, or surgery you need all the help you can get. Your body needs the time to heal properly, […]
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October 3, 2012

Career vs. Caregiving

Making the choice to become the primary caregiver of an elderly parent is not an easy one. As your loved one requires more and more of […]
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September 5, 2012

Alzheimer’s Disease in Men vs. Women

There is no denying that Alzheimer’s disease knows no borders, with an estimated 5.4 Americans affected by the disease and approximately 35.6 million worldwide sufferers of […]
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August 29, 2012

Closing the Miles: Long-Distance Caregiving

Often when we think of a person caring for an aging or disabled relative we might assume they live together, or at least close by. This […]
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June 27, 2012

New England Alzheimer’s Care

There are many issues to consider if you are a person with Alzheimer’s disease or a family member caring for a person with Alzheimer’s. Both individuals […]
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June 22, 2012

Transitioning from Hospital to Home Care

A patient being discharged from the hospital may be well enough to leave, but that does not mean he or she is capable of jumping back […]
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June 8, 2012

Dementia Care in Maine

Dementia, a progressive brain condition which leads to a gradual decrease in the ability to perform daily functions, is one of the conditions MAS Home Care […]
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May 2, 2012

New Hampshire Home Care

In New Hampshire, we are increasingly turning our attention to the kind of care that we want for ourselves, our elderly parents, or other family members […]
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March 21, 2012

Avoid Caregiver Burnout: Find Respite Care

Do you devote most of your time and energy to caring for a home bound loved one? MAS Home Care knows how draining this can be. […]
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