June 16, 2017
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After Dementia Diagnosis: 12 Steps to Secure Your Future

When you or a loved one experience troublesome cognitive symptoms, an early, accurate diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia will allow you time to make decisions regarding your own future and to make your wishes known. If you are newly diagnosed with dementia, take these steps to secure your future and to help your loved-ones care for you. Advance Directives […]
June 9, 2017

Five Ways to Beat Depression while Recovering

Many patients at the end of treatment for serious illnesses or after a prolonged hospital stay find themselves in an unexpected period of transition. It’s the bewildering feeling of having to transition back to some semblance of normalcy with no discernable road map to guide the process. When discussing the physical aspects of recovery, clinicians don’t often prepare their patients […]
June 2, 2017
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Three Ways to Start the End-of-Life Discussion with Your Loved One

A national survey done by The Conversation Project concluded that 9 out of 10 Americans want to discuss end-of-life care with loved ones, yet only 3 out of 10 have actually had a conversation about it. Facing everyday life with all its struggles and trials is difficult enough, but facing the end of life seems overwhelming. For anyone faced with […]
May 27, 2017
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Six Ways to Thank our Elderly Veterans

U.S. veterans have sacrificed so much to serve our country and preserve the freedoms we all enjoy. The elderly men and women who have served in the armed forces often consider their military service as one of the greatest points of pride in their lifetime. Here are some ways to remember and show gratitude to our nation’s older heroes. Say […]
May 22, 2017
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Five Secrets of Healthy Caregivers

The U.S. is home to approximately 70 million Baby Boomers, now ages 53 to 74. They also have been called the “sandwich generation,” as nearly 70% of them face the challenges of caring for elderly parents – even as they juggle pressures of a job and supporting their own children. Even more impactful, many of those aging Baby Boomers find themselves as caregivers […]
May 15, 2017
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Seven Steps to Prevent Falls in Older Adults

This year, one in four older adults will fall and injure themselves. Falls are one of the main causes of injury and loss of independence in people ages 65 and older. Even falls without a major injury can cause an older adult to become fearful or depressed, making it difficult for them to stay active, which could lead to more […]
May 5, 2017
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Five Ways Hospice Brings Life to Your Last Days

A terminal diagnosis inevitably puts in motion a roller-coaster of emotions and confusion. The maze of medical opinions and options for treatment make it difficult to decide the best path forward for the patient and family. All too often in this nation, people die in pain, in a hospital or nursing home, and after pointless, aggressive treatment. The good news […]
April 24, 2017
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Thank a Volunteer in April!

“Ordinary People with Extraordinary Hearts” is the theme of Covenant’s 2017 volunteer appreciation events in the month of April. We take this month every year to honor the men and women, many of them senior adults and students, who volunteer for Covenant throughout the year. Last year, more than 1,400 volunteers supported Covenant in many different ways, including Visiting and […]
March 15, 2017
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Covenant Celebrates National Social Work Month

Covenant Care proudly celebrates National Social Work Month throughout the month of March. The 2016 theme, “Social Workers Stand Up,” recognizes social workers for providing comfort, support and advocacy for patients and families. There are over 640,000 professional social workers in the United States that have dedicated their careers to stand up for others. “Social workers comfort the heart, bring […]
February 16, 2017
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Home is Where the Heart Is: Home Health Cardiac Care

January 10, 2017
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Looking for a Sense of Purpose in 2017? Volunteer!

By: Sandi Huster, Director, Volunteer Services and Community Relations When people think about volunteering for hospice, their first thought may be, “I could never do that”, or “I would be too depressed.”  Talk to Covenant Care volunteers and they will tell you a very different story, a story about love, laughter and the profound experience of receiving even more than […]
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