Interim HealthCare Blogs

Have a Heart this Valentine’s Day for your Senior Loved One

Posted: 2/13/2013 11:14 AM by Interim HealthCare

At Interim HealthCare of Eau Claire we understand that Valentine’s Day can be a lonely holiday for most seniors. Some of whom may have lost a spouse. Valentine's activities that aim to involve elderly persons and take into account their medical and dietary needs may not only keep loneliness at bay, but might also add some fun to Valentine's Day for your elderly loved one.

Physical Signs You May Be Missing Regarding Heart Disease

Posted: 1/31/2013 2:38 PM by Interim HealthCare

We know at Interim HealthCare of Eau Claire that as you age there are a myriad of things to worry about or take care you may not have had any issue with at all before. And some give you physical clues long before an actual diagnosis from your doctor is given.  Physical Heart disease symptoms in women or in men are indications that you feel or experience, while a sign of heart disease is so...

Tips For Healthy Aging

Posted: 1/2/2013 3:46 PM by Interim HealthCare

In today’s day and time we’re living much longer than ever before. Which is wonderful, but it also means taking care of ourselves in a way seniors haven’t had to in the past.  There’s no such thing as it’s too late! It’s never too late to start living a healthier and more active lifestyle. The myth of ‘being too old’ to change just isn’...

Tips for Seniors During The Holiday Season

Posted: 12/14/2012 2:42 PM by Interim HealthCare

 At Interim HealthCare of Eau Claire, WI our concern for you goes beyond what is expected. We know the holiday’s can be a challenge for you for a number of reasons. The holidays are stressful for everyone, but for seniors the holidays can bring added stress. From how to handle travel if traveling is difficult for them, uprooted routines, and even depression can be triggered by the ho...

What It Means to be a Caregiver

Posted: 11/8/2012 3:19 PM by Interim HealthCare

According to AARP, one in four American adults help provide senior home care to an older parent, spouse, adult relative or loved one. Family support is critical for seniors to remain in their homes and in their communities, but it often comes at a substantial cost.