Tips for Seniors:

Stay Cool During Hot, Humid Weather High temperatures can take a toll on health. Seniors especially should take extra care to keep cool and hydrated during hot, humid days. Here are a few tips for enjoying the summer weather while keeping comfortable and safe: Keeping Cool Clothes Wear light colors…

Conferencia telefonica del ayuntamiento sobre la vacuna anti-COVID-19

All home-based healthcare workers working in Massachusetts

To all home-based healthcare workers working in Massachusetts: This message is being sent on behalf of the Massachusetts COVID-19 Command Center. As a member of the home-based healthcare worker community, you play an important role in protecting the health of some of the Commonwealth’s most vulnerable residents, as well as…

Todos los trabajadores de salud domiciliarios que trabajan en Massachusetts

Para todos los trabajadores de salud domiciliarios que trabajan en Massachusetts: Enviamos este mensaje en nombre del COVID-19 Command Center (Centro de Comando COVID-19) de Massachusetts. Como miembro de la comunidad de trabajadores de salud domiciliarios, usted cumple una función importante de proteger la salud de algunos de los residentes…

Mental Wellness for Workers in Aging Services

Tips for Seniors: Stay Cool During Hot, Humid Weather High temperatures can take a toll on health. Seniors especially should take extra care to keep cool and hydrated during hot, humid days. Here are a few tips for enjoying the summer weather while keeping comfortable and safe: Keeping Cool Clothes…

Resources:

RESOURCES: CDC Link to Coping with Stress: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/managing-stress-anxiety.html For Everyone: Coping with a Disaster or Traumatic Event For Families and Children Helping Children Cope during an COVID-19 Outbreak Helping Children Cope with Emergencies

A letter of Support

A Letter of Support from Carolyn McCarthy, President Simplura Health Group, MA “Actions speak louder than words.” Abraham Lincoln A quote I heard regularly growing up. The meaning of this quote is quite simple. We all know, that if we see something that needs to change, it’s better to do…

The Wisdom of Grief for Workers in Aging Services

The Wisdom of Grief for Workers in Aging Services Led by Katherine King, PsyD Many of us enter the field of aging prepared to handle the loss of clients, but the sheer volume of people who are dying in the COVID-19 crisis, and the traumatic nature of many of these…

The Science of Hope Event

Alzheimer event 2019 Are you concerned about your loved ones memory retention? Are you caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or Dementia? Are you worried about your own memory or word recall? Don’t miss this free informational event June 6th 5:30pm-7:30pm @ Levesque Life Center in Salem on the latest advancements…

Food Drive!

Our food drive was a huge success! Pictured here, Haven for Hunger Program Director, Kate Benashski, giving our director, Colleen Cooper, the thumbs up! Freedom Home Care’s employees donated 70.8lbs of non-perishables to the Peabody food pantry! Thank you to everyone who participated!
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