December 4, 2018

SHC Team Spotlight: A Caregiver Turned Close Friend

Gift of Companionship This holiday season, Wendy and her caregiver, Danielle, are grateful for the gift of each other’s companionship. Within just a few moments of meeting Danielle, Wendy knew she would be the perfect caregiver. “She walked through the […]
January 18, 2017

Understanding the Importance of Experience

Importance of Experience in Personalized At-Home Care Service Think about the last time you hired a professional service to repair or install something in your home.  Did you just pick the first company you found, or did you do some […]
February 16, 2016

SHC Team Spotlight | Enriching Hobbies with Clients

Senior Home Companion Caregiver and Client Spotlight – Cindy & Jo’s Story Developing Enriching Hobbies with Clients Cindy is a tenured caregiver with Senior Home Companions (SHC) who works diligently to help her clients maintain their independence and individuality.  Cindy’s […]
November 1, 2015

Caregiver Training: Safe Transfers

From Point A to B, Safe Transfers Safely assisting clients with transfers is often one of the greatest priorities for SHC caregivers.  As SHC is always looking for ways to develop our team we had SHC caregivers attend a Safe transfer training program. The […]
August 21, 2015

SHC Kids Love SpringHill Summer Day Camps

SHC Loves SpringHill Summer Day Camps! With activities such as rock climbing, canoeing, and zip-lining what’s not to love? We think a week at camp is a great way for kids to develop vital life skills, so we reached out […]
July 7, 2015

SHC Team Spotlight: Caregiver Cindy Becomes a Daughter’s Right-Hand

Senior Home Companions Caregiver Spotlight SHC has many amazing caregivers who do so much for our clients. We would like to further recognize one of our most distinguished care providers, Cindy. She has been with SHC for five years and […]
January 16, 2014

Treating Sundowner’s Syndrome: Top 10 Behavior Management Strategies

Learn More About Sundowner’s Syndrome Although there are countless theories, researchers understand very little about the causes of Sundowner’s Syndrome, a condition often associated with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. As with any other syndrome, it is the signs and symptoms which […]
October 31, 2013

Time For “the Talk” With Your Aging Parents?

9 Tips for Talking With Your Aging Parents Health and Safety Concerns You’ve seen the signs. You know it’s time to talk with your aging parents (or other loved ones) about your concerns for their safety and health. It’s a discussion that […]
October 7, 2013

5 Signs An Aging Loved One May Need Help At Home

Signs Aging Loved One May Need Help At Home Take your intuition to the next step You know the feeling—that one when your intuition nudges you about a moment that makes you wonder if your once active, fiercely independent parent […]