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Blog | SYNERGY HomeCare of Billings, MT

Caregiving

SYNERGY HomeCare of Billings is proud to present our Caregiver of the Month Robin Woods. Robin has been part of our team of caregivers since July of 2015.

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You might not think that your poor sleep habits are affecting the rest of your life that much, but you would be mistaken. Especially as a family caregiver, you need to do everything possible to get some decent sleep consistently.

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If you and your aging family member are worried about how she can possibly start exercising and stay safe while doing so, this list can help you do just that.

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We are proud to announce our Caregiver of the Month for August Mary Gunderson! Mary has been a caregiver for SYNERGY HomeCare of Billings since September 2014.

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Here are some frequently asked questions about foot care for aging loved ones.

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For many women, a stroke is the furthest thing from our minds. Unless you are responsible for the care of an elderly relative, it is just not something that we think about very often.

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We are proud to announce our Caregiver of the Month for July. Gordon Erickson or otherwise known as our "Gentle Giant". Gordon has been part of our caregiving team since December 2015.

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In many situations, finding the reason for an elderly loved one's unpleasant mood can help you to solve the problem behind the mood.

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Join me in congratulating Nancy Berger who is our current Caregiver of the Month. Nancy, has been a Caregiver with SYNERGY HomeCare since March 2014. 

 

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Huntington’s disease is an illness that is incurable, and that, unfortunately, completely takes away one’s independence. Due to the damage and the breaking down of nerve cells in the brain, the sufferer loses control of everything from speech to bodily movements.

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As you spend time outside with your elderly parent, make sure you're keeping safety in mind. Summer is a prime time for heat exhaustion, sunburns, and insect bites. Here are tips on safely spending time outside this summer.

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You’ve been facing a difficult circumstance lately. Your mother, in her late 70s or maybe even in her 80s, is having difficulty taking care of herself. She has said 'no' to home care, but you know it would be best. Now what?

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March is National Color Therapy Month. In your role as a family caregiver this is a unique and meaningful opportunity for you to learn more about the power of color and how you can integrate it into your regular care routine with your senior. 

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Diagnosing Alzheimer's disease as early as possible is so important for your elderly loved one. Too often, however, family members try to put off the diagnosis out of fear.

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Suffering a heart attack is not a single experience in life. Instead, it is the beginning of a journey comprised of regaining strength and health, and taking the steps necessary to enjoy a healthier, more active, and more beneficial quality of life.

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The winter months are filled with frigid temperatures and dangerous, icy conditions that can make outdoor activities hazardous for seniors. Luckily, there are plenty of activities your elderly parent can participate in without going outside.

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Unfortunately, regardless of the benefits that home care can give to your senior, they might not be receptive to the idea of having a care provider. Use these tips to help you handle resistance to home care.

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Experts estimate that approximately 23 million people throughout the United States suffer from fall seasonal allergies. Knowing how to help your parent cope with these allergies can help them to live a higher quality of life throughout the season and be able to enjoy everything that this time of year has to offer.

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Use these tip to help protect your elderly loved one with immobility from skin irritation and damage.

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Yoga, meditation, deep breathing, and rhythmic exercise are just a few ways seniors can diminish their worries and stress.

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This Friday, August 12, Synergy HomeCare is sponsoring a hole for the 3rd annual Mulligans for Memories Golf Tournament at Lake Hills Golf Course, Billings Heights. 

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SYNERGY HomeCare Billings has teamed up with Primerica of Billings to offer a free "Freedom From Debt" workshop on Aug 11 and Aug 20. 

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Being a sandwich generation caregiver is not an easy job. With a support system and these tips, the job should be a little easier to manage.

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Vacations are supposed to be a time to relax and enjoy the company of the people you love, but if the rental does not accommodate the elder’s needs, they will be miserable during the trip. Look for these features when trying to find the perfect vacation rental for your loved one.

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Everyone who cooks regularly appreciates easy-to-use kitchen appliances or gadgets. For seniors, having the right cooking tools and utensils can make meal preparation much easier, safer and help them maintain their independence in regards to performing dexterous tasks in the kitchen. If you know a senior who enjoys cooking, here are three food-prep tools that can help them handle the more demanding everyday kitchen jobs.

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