Care at Home, LLC solely provides nonmedical care.

Providing home care in Connecticut and Rhode Island

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Care at Home Expanding Hourly Services; Middletown Office to Open

Care at Home Expanding Hourly Services; Middletown Office to Open

We have some fantastic news to share! Firstly, we’re thrilled to announce that Stephanie, our Director of Care Coordination, is taking on a new role to lead our expansion into Middlesex and Hartford Counties. With her wealth of customer-focused experience, Stephanie will spearhead our award-winning home care services up the Route 9 corridor. Stay tuned…

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Field Tech Program Elevates Home Care Excellence

Field Tech Program Elevates Home Care Excellence

Care at Home’s Field Tech Program is setting the standard for home care in Connecticut and Rhode Island. In the home care field, the success of caregiver-client relationships hinges on a well-orchestrated beginning. Care at Home’s Field Tech Program emerges as a beacon in ensuring a seamless start to the home care experience, setting the…

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Glaucoma: The Silent Thief of Sight

Glaucoma: The Silent Thief of Sight

Awareness of glaucoma and its risk factors is crucial for prevention and early action. Glaucoma, often called the ‘silent thief of sight,’ is a group of eye problems that harm the optic nerve, causing gradual vision loss and, if not treated, eventual blindness. It’s also the cause of permanent blindness globally, impacting millions of people.…

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Caregiver of the Month – November 2023

Caregiver of the Month – November 2023

Care at Home announces Kathleen as Caregiver of the Month for November 2023. Care at Home is beaming as Kathleen takes the spotlight as Caregiver of the Month for November 2023. She joined our caregiving team in July and has been a CNA for 30 years. Her story is inspiring, filled with a passion that…

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Embracing Heart-Healthy Habits for Happiness

Embracing Heart-Healthy Habits for Happiness

Simple and enjoyable ways for seniors to prioritize heart health and embrace a joyful, fulfilling life. Aging gracefully often involves embracing a lifestyle that prioritizes heart health. Whether it’s enjoying golden years or cherishing retirement adventures, taking care of your heart is key to making every moment count. Here are some friendly, easy-to-follow tips for…

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Elder Care in Connecticut - Supporting a Family Member with Dementia

The holiday season is typically a time for celebration. Festive lights, decorations, and home-cooked meals consume the senses. It’s a time for thankfulness and gift-giving. But for some families the holidays can be filled with challenges.   Supporting a Family Member with Dementia During the Holiday Season Some families experience a sense of loss for…

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Meet the Team: Field Tech

Meet the Team: Field Tech

Cerena is a valued Care at Home Field Tech. She became a team member in 2020, where she initially joined as a caregiver offering the flexibility to fill in and handle day and night shifts for clients. In her role as a Field Tech, Cerena updates care plans and conducts daily spot checks to ensure…

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Vaccinations Preserve Health and Independence for Seniors

Vaccinations Preserve Health and Independence for Seniors

Vaccinations offer numerous benefits to seniors, including strengthened immunity, protection from severe diseases, and support for independence and a higher quality of life. Maintaining good health becomes an increasingly important goal as people age. Vaccinations are a powerful tool in achieving this objective, providing several key benefits to seniors. In this article, we’ll explore the…

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Recognizing Cognitive Decline in Aging Adults

Recognizing Cognitive Decline in Aging Adults

As individuals age, distinguishing between normal cognitive changes and serious decline is vital for timely support. As individuals age, changes in cognitive function are an inevitable part of the natural aging process. However, distinguishing between normal age-related cognitive changes and more serious cognitive decline is crucial for timely intervention and support. Let’s explore the signs…

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Safe and Fun Autumn Activities for Seniors and Caregivers

Safe and Fun Autumn Activities for Seniors and Caregivers

Caregivers can enhance seniors’ well-being by engaging in safe and enjoyable autumn activities, fostering lasting memories. Autumn, with its crisp air and vibrant foliage, provides the perfect backdrop for creating lasting memories with seniors. Caregivers can make the most of this beautiful season by engaging in safe and enjoyable activities that promote physical, mental, and…

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