1. Spring Cleaning Tips For Seniors

    Spring is the Perfect Time to Help Your Senior do Some Cleaning   Here at Synergy Homecare of Yuma, we feel that spring is the perfect time to make some changes. Spring is a time of rebirth and renewal and, in today’s post, we wanted to go over some of the ways that you can help your senior loved one take advantage of the new season by helping them declutter their house! Everyone can use so…Read More

  2. Home Modifications For Your Senior Loved One

    Non-medical In Home Care Extends Further Than Home Care Providers   Most people, as they age, want to stay in their homes. Having to move out of your home because you can no longer adequately take care of yourself can have very real physical and mental consequences. Luckily, here at Synergy HomeCare in Yuma, we provide non-medical home care services that allow people to live in their own home…Read More

  3. Not All Home Care Services are Medical   At Synergy HomeCare in Yuma we want your senior loved one to be able to live as independent a lifestyle as possible. As we age, tasks that were once simple and routine can become difficult or even impossible. To help with these issues, it is often a good idea to provide your loved with non-medical home care. What exactly is non-medical home care? Conti…Read More

  4. New Year Home Care Resolutions

    Make Home Care a Focus This New Year   Hello, and welcome back to our blog! At Synergy Homecare in Yuma, we know that with the new year comes New Year’s resolutions. While most resolutions have to deal with getting in better shape, spending less money, or spending less time at work, your senior loved one should also make some resolutions. Having goals in mind for the new year is a great way…Read More

  5. Respite Care 2

    Respite care allows caregivers to provide consistent care   Hello, and welcome back to our blog! In our last post we detailed some basic information about Respite care, and today we will continue our series by listing some critical reasons that Respite care is so important. At Synergy Home Care in Yuma, we want all caregivers to feel as though they are providing the highest level of care poss…Read More

  6. Respite Care

    Respite care is a valuable resource for caregivers At Synergy Home Care in Yuma, we understand that full time senior care requires an exceptional level of dedication both professionally and personally. The level of care required by assisted living and in home care specialists can be overwhelming in the long run. However, with our respite care services, we allow you, the caregiver, to take a break …Read More

  7. Benefits of Water Aerobics for Seniors

    Water aerobics is a fun, low-impact exercise option As a person ages, staying active can become difficult. Stiff joints, past injuries, and decreased muscle mass build upon each other over the course of an individual’s life, making it difficult to stay in shape in the advanced stages of life. Here at Synergy Home Care in Yuma, we want to help you make sure that your senior loved one is able to s…Read More

  8. Understanding Dementia

    Dementia related illnesses affect millions of Americans each year   The term “dementia” is thrown around alot these days. However, dementia in and of itself is not an actual disease, but is instead used as an all-encompassing term to describe the effects of various diseases associated with memory loss, personality change, and confusion. At Synergy HomeCare, we understand that watching a l…Read More

  9. 5 Senior Winter Activities

    Staying active during winter is important The winter months can be a challenge for everybody. Shorter days and colder temperatures can cause many people to stay indoors, and significantly cut into extracurricular activities. However, just because it’s winter does not mean your senior loved one has to slow down with everybody else. Below we have listed a few options that seniors can explore to st…Read More

  10. 5 Ways To Prevent Falls

    If you’re a parent, you know that part of raising a child is their constant ability to fall. When kids fall down, we pick them up, brush them off, and tell them it’s no big deal. However, a fall can be an extremely big deal when it comes to seniors. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 3 seniors have suffered a fall, and falls can cause broken bones, concussions, b…Read More