Adult Care

August 29, 2018

Live Your Best Quality of Life: Choosing Hospice Early Improves Life for Most People

By Mike Parmer, DO, Medical Director As the Medical Director for postacute and palliative care services at CarePartners Hospice, the most common responses I hear from patients and families when I bring up the topic of hospice care is “Not yet” or “I am not ready for that.” This is a barrier to the best […]

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October 11, 2017

Caring for a Loved One Can Be Overwhelming – 5 Signs of Caregiver Burnout

By Dylan Babb Community Outreach Manager, CarePartners Have you unexpectedly become a caregiver? Are you now caring for a loved one after injury/illness/etc. and feeling burnt out? Caregiver burnout is a condition of physical, emotional and mental exhaustion that can happen when family caregivers don’t get the support they need or if they take on […]

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June 16, 2017

Active at Any Age – Summertime Outdoor Activities for Seniors

Staying active is good at any age. And for seniors and older adults, warmer weather brings plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. “There are so many great things that older adults can do in the summer,” said Britney McConnell, LRT/ CTRS, recreation therapist with CarePartners PACE. “Take advantage of what is already around you.” […]

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June 24, 2015

Health Alert: CarePartners PACE

A local program is going beyond its normal daily duties and even providing health care on site. Inside CarePartners PACE is hope for keeping seniors out of a nursing home. Pamela Nickless’ mother Antoinette wasn’t so happy at first about Carepartners PACE: all inclusive care for the elderly that includes everything from a medical clinic […]

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