Interim HealthCare Blogs

Bored at home during COVID-19?

Posted: 10/19/2020 3:46 PM by Interim HealthCare

We know this is such an uncertain time and everyone is trying to socially distance and still enjoy the beautiful weather. At Interim HealthCare we have complied a bunch of activities to keep us entertained while staying safe:

Why do I love to work at Interim HealthCare?

Posted: 9/17/2020 3:49 PM by Interim HealthCare

Making a Difference

Changes in Weather

Posted: 9/17/2020 3:43 PM by Interim HealthCare


Great News! We are Moving!

Posted: 7/17/2020 4:15 PM by Interim HealthCare

148 Cedar Pointe Drive Suite 101-A Mooresville, NC 28117-9417

Staying Active with a Furry Companion

Posted: 6/4/2020 3:41 PM by Interim HealthCare

Seniors and Dogs

Interim Healthcare on the Front Lines

Posted: 5/22/2020 11:28 AM by Interim HealthCare

Temperature Screenings

The Year of the Nurse

Posted: 5/12/2020 2:19 PM by Interim HealthCare

Nurse's Week: May 6th to May 12th

Facts and Safety Measures Regarding COVID-19

Posted: 4/15/2020 11:09 AM by Interim HealthCare

Thank you to all the essential employees on the front lines helping battle COVID-19! We truly appreciate all of your hard work.

International Women's Day

Posted: 3/8/2020 9:30 AM by Interim HealthCare

International Women's Day

Leap Day!

Posted: 2/29/2020 8:26 PM by Interim HealthCare

Leap Day

Happy National Caregivers Day!

Posted: 2/21/2020 11:12 AM by Interim HealthCare

National Caregivers day

Interim HealthCare of the Carolinas offers Personal Care Assistant training for free!

Posted: 12/31/2019 4:12 PM by Interim HealthCare

Happy to offer free training to new PCA's!

“Their World is Changing. We’ll Be Their Constant”

Posted: 12/17/2019 2:50 PM by Interim HealthCare

Dementia Specialists

Making History in Mooresville

Posted: 11/15/2019 4:21 PM by Interim HealthCare

Richard's Coffee Shop

Senior Care Awareness: Staph Infections

Posted: 9/15/2016 4:31 PM by Interim HealthCare

One very common, but potentially very serious, infection that could impact your aging loved ones is a staph infection. Caused by a bacteria called Staphylococcus, this type of infection can range from minor irritation that is easily treated to treatment-resistant flesh-eating varieties depending on the type of exposure and the manner in which the bacteria entered the body.

Tips for Eating Healthier

Posted: 9/1/2016 4:29 PM by Interim HealthCare

​Nutrition is a central element of elder care, providing a basis on which all of your other efforts build. Without proper nutrition, your parents' bodies are unable to function properly and will be at greater risk of a variety of health consequences.

Tips for Supporting Senior Joint Health

Posted: 8/18/2016 4:26 PM by Interim HealthCare

​Your elderly loved ones' joints have been through a lot in their lives. They have spent decades supporting their muscles and going through the movements of life, taking on a tremendous amount of force and possibly sustaining injuries. It's important to keep their joints healthy and strong so they can experience less pain and stiffness, increase their mobility, and enjoy a more active, engaging...

Home Care Awareness: Itchy Skin

Posted: 8/4/2016 4:23 PM by Interim HealthCare

Itchy skin on its own may not cause any true problems for your parents' health, but if your parents are prone to scratching, pulling, rubbing, or tugging on their skin when it itches, their actions could cause tears, cuts, or abrasions in the skin. They can then introduce bacteria and germs into the skin through their nails or whatever other object they are using to soothe the itch, potentially...

Reducing the Risk of Urinary Tract Infections

Posted: 7/21/2016 4:19 PM by Interim HealthCare

Elderly adults tend to experience urinary tract infections more commonly and with greater frequency than younger adults and children, and the consequences associated with these infections tend to be more serious and long lasting. With a few simple lifestyle changes, however, you can help to greatly reduce the chances that your parent will suffer such an infection, and can help to reduce the sev...

Giving a Senior the Control and Independence They Are Seeking

Posted: 7/7/2016 12:41 PM by Interim HealthCare

Most adult children of elderly parents know what it is like to worry about the well-being of their aging mother and father. As a person ages, they will have a number of different hazards to worry about. When an elderly person gets hurt, it may take longer to heal, which is why safeguarding the home is needed.

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