Thanksgiving Blessings

Nov 08
When I count my blessings this Thanksgiving, I plan on including Emma, the woman I care for, at the top of my list. I’ve been caring for Emma for the past year, and she has helped me grow spiritually and emotionally and I am so glad I have gotten to know her.

Refer a Friend

Nov 02
Do you have friends looking for work in home care? Now is the time to tell them about the benefits of working for Towne Home Care and refer them to us. If they come to work for Towne, you’ll receive a $25 bonus and an entry to a $250 raffle to show our appreciation!

Trick or Treating with Seniors

Oct 18
Halloween brings out the child in all of us. We remember the excitement of choosing a costume, going out into the autumn evening and anticipating the bounty of candy we would bring home at the end of the night. We loved the scary decorations, even the tacky ones, and the friendliness of neighbors who had
Pediatric Health Care

Pediatric Health Care at Towne Kids

Oct 02
At Towne Kids, we’re celebrating Child Health Day by renewing our commitment to improve the health of children in the United States of America. We know that if it’s not medically necessary for a child to remain in the hospital, the best place for a kid is at home, with the love and support of
Grandmother Blessed With

The Grandmother I Have Been Blessed With

Sep 10
I don’t remember Grandma as a healthy woman. She’s been homebound for so long, I am not sure I can even imagine her out and about. They tell me that when I was little she took me for walks in the park and played Candy Land with me at my house, but these are just
Alternative Medicine for the Elderly

Pros and Cons of Alternative Medicine for the Elderly

Aug 31
Conventional medicine is not the only accepted health treatment anymore. Therapies such as herbal medication, acupuncture, Naturopathy and massage treatment have also become accepted in recent years. But are they a good idea for the elderly? Pros of Alternative Medicine Alternative medicine can complement a conventional course of treatment. Some conditions, such as heart disease,
Back to School and Caregiving

5 Tips for Managing Back to School and Caregiving

Aug 28
Countless articles talk about the challenges of the sandwich generation, and there’s a reason for that. A growing segment of the population is caring for children and parents at the same time and being pulled in too many directions at once. The back to school days can be especially challenging, with all the organizing of book
Celebrating Senior Citizens

Celebrating Senior Citizens

Aug 20
My grandfather was a World War II veteran who was lightly injured in the Battle of the Bulge and received a medal for bravery. He got married during the war, so he had no time for formal education when he came back from the military. He worked as a salesman for many years and provided

Parent’s Day

Jul 25
We’ve got Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, and now we have…Parent’s Day? Although most people don’t know about this holiday, Parent’s Day is an official holiday, signed into law by President Bill Clinton in 1994. It’s a day to honor and celebrate all that parents do to raise their children in an ever-changing and ever-challenging

Summer Nutrition for the Elderly

Jul 06
The hotter the weather, the more we all need to hydrate. This is easier said than done when it comes to the elderly, especially since heat can reduce appetite and the desire to eat hot foods. Older adults lose water as their muscle mass weakens and their kidney function decreases. They also feel less thirsty