Monthly Archives January 2020

Share Your Legacy: Dale Piepho

After undergoing several knee replacements and suffering from recurring C. difficile, Dale Piepho of Maplewood, MN began services with Legacy Home Care. His live-in caregiver helps him with activities of daily living, house work and medication management, and he can’t rave enough about the care he receives. In the latest video in our Share Your Legacy series, Dale talks about the legacy he hopes to leave behind – the exceptional care he provided and continues to provide to his son, who was diagnosed with autism at the age of 3. He also shares his Minnesota Twins Bobblehead collection, which would
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The Future of Home Health

America’s older population continues to grow at an unprecedented rate. There are a record number of seniors (65 years and older) living in the United States, and this number is expected to reach 70 million by the year 2030. With the increase in the number of older Americans comes the increase in the need for geriatric care. As our population lives longer, it is expected that we will see increasing numbers of those diagnosed with multiple chronic conditions such as diabetes or Alzheimer’s. According to a report from the Alliance for Home Health Quality and Innovation (AHHQI), a patient’s home is likely to become the
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Six Tips for Being More Productive in the New Year

Being productive can make life easier for you and give you extra time to pursue the things you want. In order to have a productive day you have to remember it boils down to having a work life balance and staying organized. Here are six tips to help you be more productive in the New Year! Use a planner to stay organized and make “to-do lists” By using a planner you will accomplish more because you are organized and aware of everything, which will eliminate missing events and forgetting about things. There are only so many hours in the day,
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