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Caring for the Caregiver

Caregiving requires compassion and dedication, and most of all, it means that you have to show up every day with a positive attitude and smile on your face for your clients. 

The Science of Helping Out

The New York Times article "The Science of Helping Out" by Tara Parker-Pope, highlights the psychology of anxiety and stress, and the importance helping others and volunteering can have in your own life during the COVID-19 pandemic. Helping others and having a strong sense of purpose can have lasting impacts on our health and the way we manage stressful situations. 

Nutrition for Those With Parkinson's Disease

Carol and Ed attended a presentation in May on general nutrition and lifestyle recommendations for people with Parkinson’s. This presentation was written and given by Heather Zwickey, PhD. The main strategy presented was a three-pronged approach.

Ed and Carol go PRO!

In April, Ed and Carol ventured north to Portland to attend the PRO Wish Upon a Starry Night Gala. At this gala, there were many features to help raise awareness and funds for research into Parkinson’s Disease.


Caregiving Tips for Alzheimer's Behaviors

One of the most challenging aspects of caring for a person with Alzheimer’s is adjusting to the troubling and sometimes abrupt changes in personality and behavior. The following are steps to help family caregivers with common Alzheimer’s care situations.

Managing Medications Is Crucial to a Senior’s Well-Being

The more medications a person takes, the greater likelihood of adverse drug interactions or a mix-up in dosages.

Right at Home Eugene Licensed to Expand Services

November 10, 2014, the Oregon Health Authority for In-Home Care Agencies issued Right at Home Eugene a Personal Care License that includes Medication Assistance and Administration.