Monthly Archives: March 2018

Keep Your Brain Active

Keep Your Brain Active We are told that in order to age well, we must keep our bodies in good working order. Health care providers encourage us to eat a balanced diet, exercise, and take medications as prescribed.  What about our brain?  It is critical to work your brain as well.  [We talk] about eating your veggies for brain health, but it is also important to exercise your brain. There are many ways to keep your brain active, including reading, socializing, and

Setting up Services with Regent Healthcare

Setting up Services with Regent Healthcare   Initial Call & Care Consultation Meeting Regent Healthcare is available 7 days a week to discuss our services and the specific needs of you or your loved one.  During the initial call, we ask questions to form a basic needs assessment.  After the call, we set up an in-home visit where we meet with you and your family.  This visit allows us to gather more information, answer questions and discover the best personality fit when selecting

Care For Yourself While Caring For a Loved One

Care For Yourself While Caring For a Loved One Per the Alzheimer’s Association, more than 15 million Americans provide unpaid care for people with Alzheimer’s or other dementias.  In 2016, these caregivers provided an estimated 18.2 billion hours of care valued at over $230 billion. What is the #1 rule of caregiving? The caregiver needs to take care of herself to be any good for the person she’s caring for daily. The problem is that many caregivers don’t do this; instead they

Regent Healthcare Chosen for Panel Discussion

Regent Healthcare Chosen for Aging in Place Panel Discussion Regent Healthcare was chosen to participate in a panel discussion, along with 7 other Healthcare professionals, for their expertise on Aging in Place, a term used to describe the ability to live in one’s own home and community safely, independently, and comfortably.  Tricia Joseph, Regent Healthcare’s Senior Care Consultant spoke about the variety of services Regent Healthcare provides to make Aging in Place a reality for seniors throughout Maryland. The panel discussion was

Thrilled with Caregiver!

Thrilled with Caregiver! “Melissa, This is to let you know that I am thrilled with Brenda, the caregiver you assigned to my dad.  My dad enjoys her company, and I’ve been impressed with her professionalism and conscientious attention to his needs and mine.  She is also very easy to communicate with, and she keeps me well informed of his health, what he eats, and what they do together… I couldn’t be happier with my decision to go with Regent Healthcare.”