This October, River Oaks Home Care is proud to participate in National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women and early detection results in higher chances of beating the disease.
River Oaks Homecare is reaching out to all women in their late 30’s and upwards. Let’s listen to our bodies. Make an appointment for your physical examination today and if you are in your 40’s upwards, make sure you have your annual mammogram scheduled. Also, if a close family member of yours had breast or ovarian cancer, your doctor can help you decide when and how often to get mammograms done.
Recent studies have also shown most cancers aren’t inherited,only about 5% – 10% are. Let’s start by living a healthy lifestyle, making better healthy choices and striving to do the best we can on an everyday basis.
No One should face Breast Cancer Alone. http://www.nationalbreastcancer.org/breast-cancer-awareness-month
Trying to get the right care and help needed for your Senior family member requires looking through various options. Often times seniors and decision makers struggle with the different kinds of options made available to them.
River Oaks Homecare provides a Patient Advocacy Service, which means apart from working with our seasoned personal care attendants and caregivers, we can also work you through many senior care choices and community programs such as
- Assisted living facility placements : we can walk you through finding the best facilities within your budget.
- Assistance with finding the right retirement community.
- Assisting Veterans over 65 years and their spouses apply for the Aids and Attendance Benefit program.
Our unique on-going evaluation of all local facilities ensures the we only direct our clients to the best in the business, providing you the best quality of life that fits your budget.
Give us a call today for a free in home assessment.
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Our next Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver support group is coming up this Friday (7th October, 2016) at our Blue Bell office from 12pm – 1 pm . The support group is designed to provide emotional, educational and social support for caregivers through regularly scheduled meetings. This is to help participants develop coping methods and encourage caregivers to maintain their personal,physical and emotional health, as well as optimally care for the person with dementia.
The Support group creates a safe,confidential,supportive environment or community and a chance for participants to develop informal mutual support and social relationships.
Lets work together to end Alzheimer’s!
We are excited to share that River Oaks Home Care was featured in “Your Business Minute with the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce” section of the Times Herald Newspaper. The article can be found here:
River Oaks Home Care Featured in Times Herald Newspaper
Three Essential questions to ask to ensure the company you choose has a strong set of core values:
- Communication – Will I be able to easily communicate with the personal care attendant and have continued access to my care manager? This is the core of River Oaks Home Care’s approach. We believe that you should never feel there is a lack of control or communication with your personal care attendant. For this reason, you are assigned a care manager who is always available.
- Integrity – Has a sense of trust been established? At River Oaks Home Care, we believe this is the key to a comfortable relationship and the well-being of the client. That is why we carefully screen all our personal care attendants and provide a written contract.
- Performance – Am I confident I will get the professional care promised and that there will be accountability and follow up? Home care is dynamic; a family’s needs can change daily. You chose home care to allow your loved one to remain independent and retain their quality of life, not to endure more paperwork and problem solving. We make a simple promise: We will be there for your family.
Contact us today for a free initial assessment to help determine the best care option for your loved one.