For a little more than six years Synergy Home Care of Rochester has been vital part of the health care and business community in Rochester. We are proud to have provided home care service to many residences of Rochester during that time.
This summer Synergy Home Care of Rochester will be one of the sponsors of the 2015 Michigan Senior Olympics Summer Games.
5 K Run or Walk for Meals at the OPC on Saturday June 6Read More
Come join me at 2 pm on May 28 at the Rochester OPC 650 Letica Drive to learn new techniques to increase the neurons in your brain.Read More
Well it’s finally time to put away the winter costs and get outside and have some fun. Here are the dates of various fun events that are happening in and round the Downtown Rochester are this May.Read More
Making Valentine's Day special for seniors is simple with these six suggestions.Read More
Let’s see what’s in store next in the ‘Future of Patient Care!’Read More
Researchers are developing non-intrusive methods to detect a fall when no one else is home to assist you.Read More
“Think Healthy, Eat Healthy, Act Healthy… Be Healthy.”Read More
Educating our families' caregivers with these TEN great tips.Read More
[A]void tobacco, [B]ecome more active, [C]hoose good nutrition.Read More
Exercising in your thirties and forties is essential to avert the big risk of aging as certain exercises can strengthen your stability to avoid falls.Read More
Synergy HomeCare of Rochester hopes you participate in these great activities and find them useful for yourself as well as your family and friends.
SYNERGY HomeCare of Rochester would like to encourage you to become more aware of your heart health.Read More
A new study shows that when an Elderly loved one, 65 years of age or older is hospitalized for more than 48 hours that family members become the primary decision maker in more than half of the cases. When the patient is 85 years old and older decisions by family decision makers increase to nearly 90%.Read More
As the owner of SYNERGY Home Care of Rochester I see the affects of cognitive decline regularly when I meet with my clients. As you would expect there is much research going on trying to find ways to limit or reduce the rate of cognitive decline; dementia and Alzheimer’s.Read More
As the owner of SYNERGY Home Care of Rochester we are caring for a number of clients with Dementia. There is no cure at this time, but with potential treatments can be started earlier to reduce the rate of cognitive decline. A new test has been developed, “SAGE Test” Self-Administered Gerocogntive Examination which can reliably evaluate cognitive abilities and take less than 15 minutes to complete.Read More
The majority a seniors with dementia who live at home have a number of health, safety and personal care needs that are not being met. Any if these issue can force people with dementia out of their home sooner than they would like.Read More
Well it’s that time of year, the start of the New Year, but more importantly the shortest amount of day light. Here in Rochester we compound this with significant amount of overcast days. It has been medical proven that reduce exposure to sun light causes a reduction in the amount of bone building vitamin D in a person’s bloodstream, and this reduction significantly increase the chances of hip fracture.Read More
Scientist have develop and inexpensive eye examination that will identify plaque build-up in the brain, long before there is any cognitive decline due to Alzheimer's disease.Read More
Well it’s that time of year, over the next six week families will be gather to celibate; Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukah and New Years. When you visit with your parents be conscious of there physical and mental changes from the last time you were with them.Read More
I found an interesting article regarding Cancer Prevention. Researchers from UCLA showed that men with prostate cancer who took fish oil supplements in conjunction with a low fat diet had changes in their cancer tissue indicating reduced cancer aggressiveness.Read More
The elderly citizens of Oakland County have a new 26 bed inpatient unit specially design for them at Royal Oak Beaumont. The purpose of the unit is to maximize recovery so that elderly patients return home with the quality of life they had prior to hospitalization.Read More