Posts Tagged: Home Care River Oaks TX

Easy Summer Chickpea Salad

With the Summer months upon us, we at New Frontier Home Care wanted to share a quick and easy recipe for a Chickpea Salad that can be eaten as a sandwich or even used as a veggie dip. Check it out below... What you'll need: 1 (15oz.) can of chickpeas - drained & rinsed 2 stalks of celery - finely chopped 1/4 cup red onion - finely chopped 1/4 cup dill pickle - finely chopped 1/4 cup red bell pepper - finely ... Read more

Halloween Safety for Seniors

The majority of Halloween safety tips focus on children, but senior safety is just as important! On this night, seniors, like all homeowners, open their doors and speak to more unfamiliar faces over the course of a few hours than any other time of the year. Whoever is opening the door and passing out treats must keep themselves and house guests safe. Follow these steps for a fun and safe Halloween: Keep the Lights On! Keeping both interior and exterior lights on, whether ... Read more

Home Care Services Can Help Create Nutritional Meal Plans

River Oaks, TX - Home Care Services Can Help Create Nutritional Meal Plans When Allison was looking for an in-home care provider for her elderly father, she was looking for somebody for a number of hours every day for five or six days a week. She contacted a number of potential caregivers and eventually hired through an agency. She did her homework and found out that professional home care services that come through an agency have a tendency to be more experienced and ... Read more

Five Signs Home Care Services Might Notice that Could Indicate a Client Has Dementia

Home Care in River Oaks, TX - Five Signs of Dementia Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia can affect clients in a variety of ways.   Being alert to the subtle changes that occur in someone’s life is extremely important.  Early detection is key to getting proper care. Below are five signs that an experienced home care provider may notice with the patient that could indicate Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. It may very well be a simple aspect of natural aging, but it ... Read more