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Can a Therapy Animal Help Your Loved One?

From playing and walking to petting and cuddling, therapy dogs for seniors offer countless mental and physical benefits upon every interaction. Serving Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington Counties in Oregon, Serenity Home Care has witnessed this firsthand and believes that the cheerful disposition of a therapy animal is the perfect medicine for elderly or in-care loved…

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Making Sure Your Loved One’s Home Is Optimized for Fall Protection

Because many seniors spend most of their time at home, it’s no surprise that’s where most falls happen. Regardless of whether they live in an apartment, house, or elsewhere, there are some key changes you and your older loved ones can implement for elderly fall prevention. Serenity Home Care, a comprehensive home care agency licensed…

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Choosing the Right Caregiver for Your Loved One

If you care for an aging loved one, you know just how much time and energy supporting them requires. While you’re happy to be there for them, hiring a professional caregiver can provide you the flexibility you need to tend to other areas of your life – without the worry that your loved one is…

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Dining and Nutrition Tips for Your Loved One

It is difficult for all of us to consume a healthy and nutritious diet, and for seniors, the task is even more trying. As we age, common tasks like going to the grocery store, preparing meals, and cleaning the kitchen can become challenging – and dangerous. Serenity Home Care, based in Beaverton, Oregon, offers affordable…

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How to Make Birthdays and Holidays Memorable Virtually

Celebrating important days together becomes more important than ever when family members are apart. Luckily, a virtual celebration can be much easier than you’d think. You can bring your family together online to celebrate birthdays, holidays, important news, and any other occasion worth a party. Here, Serenity Home Care, which serves Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington…

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Avoiding Isolation While Social Distancing

Though social distancing is one of the best ways to stay safe from COVID-19, it can easily lead to isolation, loneliness, and emotional distress. This burden is especially difficult for housebound adults or seniors living in a care community – especially without family and friends being able to visit. To help out, Serenity Home Care®…

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Analyzing Your Need for Medication Management

Many seniors take multiple medications, and it can be challenging to manage them. Some must be taken with every meal, while others are designated for morning or night. Complicating things, many medications are similar in appearance. Yet it’s essential that all prescriptions are taken as directed. Could you or a loved one benefit from assistance…

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Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Dementia affects millions of individuals throughout the world, with Alzheimer’s disease identified as a leading cause. This progressive disorder causes degeneration of brain cells which can lead to cognitive decline. Spotting the early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease is important so diagnosis and treatment can begin as soon as possible and you can determine the best…

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Day-to-Day Tasks that Worsen As You Age

We might take our daily routines for granted, but they can require a lot of time and energy. Accordingly, these seemingly simple day-to-day tasks become more challenging as we age. Family and friends often try to provide support, but distance, busy schedules, and specialized needs make it hard to deliver the level of care required…

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How to Know When Your Loved Ones Need Personal Care Services

Things that were once easy often become more difficult as we age and physical and cognitive abilities change. During this time, it’s common for spouses and adult children to wonder if their loved one needs additional support to live happily and safely at home. If you’re concerned that someone in your life is struggling with…

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