Archive for the ‘Home Healthcare’ Category

Introducing the New Judson at Home

Posted on: January 10th, 2018 by Judson Senior Living

Are you ready to move out of your home, perhaps where you’ve been for decades? The answer, if you’re like 90% of the AARP survey respondents age 65+, is an emphatic No! But that’s all right; the new Judson at Home (JAH) has got you covered. Judson at Home has been around for ten years, […]

Happy Winter! Top 10 Winter Safety Tips for Older Adults

Posted on: December 20th, 2017 by Judson Senior Living

Once you’ve lived through a few Ohio winters, you know how to handle the bad weather, right? Not necessarily, says Sally Moennich, Judson’s Hospice Administrator. “Winter presents some unique challenges as people age,” she says. “For instance, we all have a flashlight in the house – but where is it? If your power goes out, […]

5 Tips for Talking with Your Parents about Home Care

Posted on: May 1st, 2017 by Judson Senior Living

As our parents grow older there comes a time for that difficult discussion regarding their well-being and safety at home. Often, our parents are uncomfortable with the idea of moving into a retirement community. And that’s fine—retirement living is not for everyone. An alternative option, however, is hiring a professional caregiver to come into their home to provide […]

Judson at Home Provides Security for Aging in Place

Posted on: October 17th, 2016 by Judson Senior Living

Like many seniors, Nancy Hammond hopes to age in place in her home near Shaker Square. “I like my suite, I like the people, and I like being able to walk to the services I need,” says the retired business librarian and indefatigable volunteer for the arts. A quick wit, Nancy goes on to explain […]

10 Things to Look For in a Home Healthcare Membership Program

Posted on: August 25th, 2015 by Judson Senior Living

Older adults today have a number of options to choose from when it comes to aging successfully. From simply starting a strength training program at a local gym, getting extra help at home with day-to-day tasks, or downsizing and moving to a retirement community, the choices are endless. One of the more innovative choices of […]

How to Help Your Parents Age Well

Posted on: August 13th, 2015 by Judson Senior Living

It’s a dramatic role shift, one that usually happens over time (but not always) when a parent needs more care and support than the child, who is now an adult. Sure, the cycle of life is at play, but knowing that doesn’t necessarily make the situation easier. You want to do all you can to […]

Home Safety Tips for Seniors

Posted on: August 4th, 2015 by Judson Senior Living

What’s great about senior living these days is that there are choices. And for many, the number one choice is to live independently at home. With that said, it’s important as we grow older to make sure our living environments are safe to prevent falls and other accidents. To help ensure your home is safe, […]

Meet Sally Moennich, Vice President of Judson at Home

Posted on: July 30th, 2015 by Judson Senior Living

Imagine a long rope—a tether—with Judson holding one end and a family living at home secured to the other. There’s lots of leeway, yet a strong tie to a supportive community with bountiful resources. That’s how Sally Moennich, vice president of Judson at Home describes the program. It allows individuals to stay at home with […]

What is a Vial of Life?

Posted on: June 30th, 2015 by Judson Senior Living

The Vial of Life is a safe and effective way to provide paramedics and firefighters with your crucial personal information and medical history if you are unable to communicate in the event of an emergency. How Do I Use the Vial of Life? There are four easy steps to using the Vial of Life: Fill out […]

10 Signs Your Parents Need Help at Home

Posted on: February 26th, 2015 by Judson Senior Living

Aging is part of the cycle of life, and we naturally expect our parents to eventually show certain signs of getting older. When Dad declines a trip to the zoo with the grandchildren, we justify that the physical exertion is likely just too much. When Mom forgets to pay the electric bill, we can rationalize it […]