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Regent Healthcare Acquires Freedom In-Home Care, LLC

Hanover, MD (June 26, 2018) – Regent Healthcare, the largest, non-franchised Home Care Agency in Central Maryland, announced today that it has completed the acquisition of Freedom In-Home Care, LLC. Under the terms of the agreement, Freedom will be absorbed by Regent Healthcare, who will employ all former Freedom caregivers and assume care for all former Freedom clients. Freedom has served the tri-county Southern Maryland area since 2011. A privately-owned company, Freedom provided services including in-home care evaluations, Alzheimer’s and dementia care,

Caregiver Spotlight

Caregiver Spotlight: Sharron It gives us great pleasure to highlight Sharron for the first edition of Caregiver Spotlight!  Caregiver Spotlight is a recognition program for Regent Healthcare caregivers that demonstrate exceptional service and a deep commitment to Regent’s core values of Reliability, Excellence in Service, Genuineness, Enthusiasm, Nimbleness, and Teamwork. Sharron is a Certified Nursing Assistant and Medication Technician and is new to Regent Healthcare this year.  Sharron immediately attracted our attention by receiving outstanding client feedback, developing compassionate relationships with new

Senior Exercise and Fitness Tips No Matter Your Age, It’s Never Too Late to Get Started There are many reasons why we tend to slow down and become more sedentary with age. It may be due to health problems, weight or pain issues, or worries about falling. Or perhaps you think that exercising simply isn’t for you. But as you grow older, an active lifestyle becomes more important than ever to your health. Getting moving can help boost your energy, maintain your

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