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One day, all is well, then, boom! Your aging mom falls in her home and breaks her arm. Now what do you do? You may be a great son or daughter, but you've got a family and a full time career, and no time to sit with Mom while she recovers. You need a hand, or your mom needs a hand! This blog offers info and tips about in-home care.    

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June 28, 2020
COVID-19 has disrupted many people’s lives, affecting our need for companionship and the things we once took for granted like grocery shopping, or going to a doctor’s appointment.

Home care can be a lifeline for many people in these challenging times. SYNERGY HomeCare of North Dallas can provide care for you during COVID-19.
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November 01, 2019

No one likes or even wants to talk about colonoscopies. But we have to. As we age, we have to get that hated colonoscopy or have endoscopy more often than in the good old days when we used to stay on the dance floor until wee hours and get up early for work the next morning.

Besides the night before the colonoscopy, the worst part about it is finding someone who can drive you to the doctor, wait with/for you, and then drive you home. At SYNERGY HomeCare of North Dallas, we are hearing this more and more. And we have a solution for you to take some of the unpleasantness out of a colonoscopy or endoscopy. Our trained, background verified, bonded, insured and licensed caregivers are available to be your compassionate companion from start to finish when you are having such a procedure.

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July 12, 2019

You may find yourself helping your aging loved one(s) with small tasks around the house. As time goes by, your loved one needs more help, more often. While you are happy to help, you find your aging parents or loved one's attention to daily living beginning to lessen and you are spending more and more time away from your own family. Maybe you've been noticing that they're wearing the same stained clothes over and over or need to bathe. It's hard to acknowledge and take in, but they are aging and so are you.

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