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Comprehensive Screening Event at Crozer-Keystone

  
  
  
  

On Saturday, April 25, Crozer-Keystone will hold a comprehensive screening event at two locations; Crozer Medical Plaza and Crozer-Keystone Cancer Center at Brinton Lake.  To learn how you can register, see the flyer below.image003 3

Home Helpers Sponsors Delco Senior Games

  
  
  
  

 

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Delco Senior Games Track & Field 

In collaboration with the Delaware County Council, the Department of Parks and Recreation and the County Office of Services for the Aging (COSA.), Home Helpers teamed up to sponsor the 2014 Senior Games. The mission of the Games is to engage adults, 50+, in a week-long event that promotes a healthy, social and active lifestyle. On Friday, June 20, Home Helpers handed out water, pretzels and giveaways during the Track & Field event. 


Home Helpers is proud to sponsor the ALZ Annual Dementia Conference

  
  
  
  

IMG 6844The Alzheimer's Association's Annual Education Conference was held today at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill, NJ.  The full-day conference provided information for families and professional caregivers with cutting-edge information, speakers, industry experts and resources for navigating the dementia journey. Home Helpers is a proud sponsor of the Alzheimer's Association, providing in-home care assistance for families affected by this disease.   

Grace Courts Celebrates Older Americans Month

  
  
  
  

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Home Helpers was a proud sponsor of the Older American Celebration at Grace Courts. During this year's event, Mayor Hepkins of Yeadon was the guest speaker, followed by a talent show put on by the residents of Grace Courts, McHenry Dance Center students, and students from Lower Merion school.


Around Town with the Reading and Drexel Hill Offices

  
  
  
  

describe the imageHome Helpers Reading office and Home Helpers Drexel Hill office participated in several events last week. Michelle Mann and Cathy Willoughby handed out information about Home Helpers' services for aging in place as well as advice to caregivers. The events they attended included:

  • Vision Expo in Wyomissing
  • Keystone Villa Fleetwood Senior Wellness day
  • Phoenixville Senior Circle Women's Pampering day at Phoenixville Hospital
  • Senator Rafferty's Veterans' Expo in Pottstown
  • Centenarian Luncheon at Drexelbrook

Bridget Pryor, Alzheimer's Association PRIDE Award recipient

  
  
  
  

Congratulations to caregiver Bridget Pryor of the Media, Pa., office. She received the PRIDE Award for outstanding caregiving today from the Alzheimer's Association Delaware Valley Chapter! 


In the photo from left to right: Tom Carroll (Owner of the Media, PA office); Bridget Pryor; Kimberly Carroll, RN, BSN (Director of Client Services in the Media, PA office)

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Delaware County Council proclaims May as Older Americans Month!

  
  
  
  

Every year since 1963, May has been a month to appreciate and celebrate the vitality and aspirations of older adults and their contributions to our communities.  During the Delaware County Council meeting, local agencies came together to kick off the 2014 Older American's Month. The theme this year is; Safe Today. Healthy Tomorrow.  Pictured (on right) from the Home Helpers Media office is Janet Squires and Tom Carroll, and from the Home Helpers Drexel Hill office is Michelle Brown and Cathy Willoughby.

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Communication and Hospice 101 for Caregivers

  
  
  
  

Home Helpers and Crossroads Hospice have partnered together to bring caregivers a free in-service seminar on Communication and Hospice 101.  All classes will be held at the Drexel Hill Office.

 

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A free seminar on Dementia and Alzheimer's

  
  
  
  

Join Home Helpers tonight at Residences at Chestnut Ridge for a free seminar on Understanding and Coping with Dementia and Alzheimer's. Tom Carroll, Owner of the Home Helpers Media office will be the facilitator. Light refreshments will be served.

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Home Helpers Drexel Hill office reacts to the Bitter Blast with CBS3

  
  
  
  

CBS3 paid a visit to the Home Helpers Drexel Hill office to discuss with Dianna Costa, a RN with Home Helpers, the effects of the bitter cold on the elderly. "Unfortunately as we get older, our body temperature doesn't have the same reaction time to the cold", said Costa. "Our primary goal is to make sure our clients remain safe and warm in their homes when temperatures get this low." 



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