Archive for June, 2016

Walking in a Senior’s Shoes

June 30, 2016

If we’re lucky, we’ll all get there one day: old age. But “senior spring” isn’t always a vacation because aging often affects the elderly in difficult ways. More than just the transition to a cane or glasses, aging can make even the simplest daily activities a burden on your loved one. Memory disorders like Alzheimer’s […]

How to Successfully Transition to In-Home Care

June 23, 2016

To many seniors, in-home care sounds frightening. Why would a seemingly capable person need help from a stranger? Your loved one may feel intimidated or stressed, but Granny NANNIES is here to make sure the transition to in-home care goes smoothly for your loved one. In-home care is exactly what it sounds like—your loved one […]

How In-Home Care Can Help Loved Ones Through Chemotherapy

June 16, 2016

Discovering you have cancer can be one of the hardest moments of your life. Now imagine this happening to your elderly loved one. For both you and your loved one, feelings of helplessness and despair are natural, and it can be difficult to process what happens next, including chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. To help you, […]

Staying Fit and Functional: A Senior’s Guide to Exercise

June 8, 2016

Picture it if you will: a vehicle built for continuous operation, one capable of running around the clock and willing to cross any journey that may be put in front of it. While you may be envisioning a high-tech supercar of the distant future, this description defines something we are all much more familiar with—the […]

A Day in the Life of a Granny NANNIES Caregiver

June 6, 2016

We got the chance to sit down with a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) from Granny NANNIES to hear about a day in the life of a caregiver. Learn from a compassionate CNA as she tells us about her experience with Granny NANNIES and how she’s been able to make a difference in people’s lives as […]