Dine In Style With TidyTop Dignified Dining Wear

Posted by Chelsea Shaffer on 2/11/2019 to In The Kitchen 0 Comments
Dine In Style With TidyTop Dignified Dining Wear
Many seniors and messy eaters around the globe are well known for their spills and messy habits, sometimes it’s due to a pre-existing condition or sometimes it can just be plain clumsiness. It can be a real pain when dining out, no one likes to spend their evening cleaning up stains or wearing a wet shirt. Sure, spare clothes are an option and so is a traditional bib, but a change of clothes isn’t always practical and a traditional bib isn’t all that stylish.

Life Hacks for Caregivers

Posted by Chelsea Shaffer on 1/28/2019 to Getting Ready 0 Comments
Life Hacks for Caregivers

Everyone knows about the term “life hacks” and what it generally means, taking a traditional lifestyle or technique and managing it in more efficient ways that may or may not save some money in the long run. Well we have a few caregiver hacks too, but our goal isn’t just to save money, it’s to make the lives of caregivers and clients much easier.

Celebrate National Caregivers Month

Posted by Chelsea Shaffer on 11/9/2018 to For the Caregiver 0 Comments
Celebrate National Caregivers Month

November is a big month for holidays and special events, but it also the month to celebrate and appreciate family caregivers all around the world. Being a caregiver is more than working for a patient or client, it’s a personable job or hobby that can truly help others in need. People that generally require caregivers are in a vulnerable, sensitive state, and it’s the caregivers job to not only keep them in good health, but to also bond and make them feel comfortable.

When can I no longer wear my AFO?

Posted by Jerry Ditz, DPT, Dip. Osteopractic, Cert. SMT, Cert. DN. on 9/21/2018 to Stroke 0 Comments
When can I no longer wear my AFO?
Physical Therapist Jerry Ditz provides helpful information and objective clinical evaluation methods used to determine if a patient is ready to discontinue wearing an ankle foot orthosis.

3 Items to Improve Independent Living

Posted by Chelsea Shaffer on 9/21/2018 to In The Kitchen 0 Comments
3 Items to Improve Independent Living

Diseases such as Parkinson’s and Arthritis are often overlooked and misunderstood, as the severity of both of these cases can greatly affect our conditions of living. Weakened muscles present a daily challenge for those with Parkinson’s, simple things such as carrying a drink across the room can become a chore. The same scenario can be said for those with Arthritis, although Arthritis can be found in many parts of the body, it’s often diagnosed in our hands first.