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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American Heart Month: Essential Heart Health Tips for Seniors

As we celebrate American Heart Month this February, here are some heart health tips for seniors to keep them healthy as they age.

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Holiday Safety Tips for Seniors and Their Caregivers

The holiday season has kicked in, and as is the norm, there are a lot of ongoing activities. Many people are often busy during the holiday season with family parties and preparing for the holiday celebrations. However, it is essential to recognize potential safety hazards for seniors at home. So, how should you ensure safety for seniors during holidays?

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Self-Care for Seniors: 10 Ways to Improve your Physical and Mental Well-Being

Many older adults have spent most of their lives caring for others, such as their spouse, friends, children, and grandchildren. They are accustomed to putting the well-being of others before their own needs and may tend to forget about caring for themselves.

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How to Live With Diabetes and 5 Tips to Help Take Control of It

Learn how to live with diabetes and take control of if in your life. It is possible to have a high quality of life with diabetes when you learn to manage it.

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8 Memory and Brain Exercises for Seniors

A common complaint among seniors is memory loss and decreased cognitive function. Here are 8 memory and brain exercises for seniors.

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November Is Alzheimer's Awareness Month

This Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, learn the signs of Alzheimer’s and what you can do to support and care for your loved ones living with this disease.

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Seniors Living With Heart Disease: Types and Treatment Options

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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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What Does It Mean When an Elderly Person Stops Eating?

Being a caretaker to a family member can be extremely stressful, especially if you have other responsibilities such as working full-time or caring for your own children. It can often feel as though you don't have enough time in the day to properly care for your loved one.

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Why Do Seniors Get Cold More Easily?

Have you been walking around in a t-shirt while your elderly parents are sat under a blanket? It's not just a comfort thing, older people are much more likely to feel the cold than those younger.

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