Elite Home Health Care Certified as a Great Place to Work®
Brooklyn, N.Y. – Great Place to Work Institute and its senior care partner Activated Insights have honored Elite Home Health Care with certification as a Great Place to Work. The certification process involved surveying 100% of employees from across Elite's locations and evaluating more than 60 elements of team members’ experience on the job. These included employee pride in the organization’s community impact, belief that their work makes a difference, and feeling their work has special meaning. Rankings are based on employees’ experiences, no matter who they are or what they do.

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Creating Meaningful Holidays for Dementia Patients

Explore the many ways to celebrate the holidays with dementia patients and how to create cherished moments despite the challenges.

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Compassionate Care for Dementia Patients at Home

Caring for a loved one with dementia can pose many challenges. Here, we explore some dementia care tips to help you navigate this journey.

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Home Modifications And Tips For Alzheimer's Patients

Keep your loved ones with Alzheimer's safe and comfortable at home with our expert tips and modifications. Discover how through this article!

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Effective Tips for Caring for a Patient with Dementia

Caring for a patient with dementia requires a deep and compassionate understanding of the individual's changing needs, in addition to the patience and internal fortitude to navigate those changes over time. Understanding the challenges facing those affected by dementia and how best to support them throughout their journey requires knowledge, dedication, and self-care.

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How to Keep Halloween Fun for Patients with Dementia

All the spooky Halloween activities can be upsetting or triggering for a patient with dementia. Here's how to make this holiday fun for them.

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6 Tips for Dealing With Sundowning and the Resulting Sleep Issues

Sundowning is a group of symptoms that affects those with dementia during the later stages of the day. Learn more here.

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A Caregiver's Guide to Three of the Most Common Types of Dementia

Caring for loved ones with dementia is challenging, but it helps to have a better understanding of the specific type of dementia they are coping with. Here is more information about the top three most common types of dementia.

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COVID-19 and Dementia: 4 Important Tips for Caregivers

COVID-19 safety tips for dementia caregivers, including essential reminders for home health aides and seniors alike. Read on for more information.

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Get That Blood Pumping: Physical Activities for Seniors With Dementia

Did you know that moving your body for as little as 15 minutes a day can increase your lifespan by 3 years?

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10 Warning Signs of Dementia

There are at least five million Americans living with age-related dementias. And as Americans live longer, one out of every 10 men who live past age 55 and one out of every six women living past 55 will develop dementia.

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