Posts Tagged: Alzheimer’s Walk Houston TX

The Four W’s of Senior Centers

If you have aging loved ones or find yourself entering your senior years, then we are sure you have heard about Senior Centers. You might even imagine a sad and depressing image when you think about one. New Frontier Home Care is here to change your perception. Senior Centers are an amazing resource for activities, information and a sense of community for older adults. Find out the "Who? What? Where? And Why?" below: Who Can You Find at Senior Centers? Approximately 70% ... Read more

Benefits of Yoga for Seniors

As we age, it becomes more and more common to deal with aches and pains. We may find ourselves saying, "Oh! My poor back!", or "My aching knees!", or even the dreaded "I've fallen and I can't get up!". Here at New Frontier Home Care, we are very adamant in believing "if you don't use it, you lose it" in the terms of balance, flexibility and strength. The more you sit around and do nothing, the harder it will be to ... Read more

Show Your Support During National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

November was designated as the National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month by President Ronald Reagan in 1983. At that time, less than 2 million Americans had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. Today, that number has more than doubled to 5.4 million. Take into consideration the caregivers, who are also greatly affected, and the number of people impacted by this progressive neurological disease reaches nearly 15 million people. So, besides wearing purple, what are some ways you can show your support during the month ... Read more

New Frontier Home Care joined Forces with Alzheimer’s Association on November 1st by volunteering at the annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s

On November 1, 2014, New Frontier Home Care joined forces with the Alzheimer's Association-Houston & Southeast Texas Chapter by volunteering at the annual Walk To End Alzheimer's in downtown Houston. The walk started at 9:30am, but Team New Frontier Home Care was up bright and early at 6:30am to help set up and get organized at our designated volunteer work station. We were a part of over 300 volunteers from various associations and backgrounds who showed up to help volunteer in ... Read more