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Repetitive Phone Calling as Dementia Behavior

Repetitive Phone Calling as Dementia Behavior Senior with dementia displaying repetitive phone calling as dementia behavior

Adult Day Services (ADS) Program Supervisor, Alison Sarkozy shares another great article on the challenges of repetitive phone calling as dementia behavior. This may be effecting some of our senior clients and family who are learning to cope with the ever-changing and disconcerting behaviors related to dementia. Dementia Behaviors: Repetitive Phone Calling By Ava M. […]

Reflections on Students as Caregivers

Reflections on Students as Caregivers Adult in Home Supervisor Jeff Nunham interviewing a prospective student for a job as caregiver.

Is Caregiving a lower case job or a real JOB? Taking a closer look at our caregiver population we are reflecting on students as caregivers.While we appreciate all of our caregiving staff, currently a large percentage of our caregivers are students who spend less than a year in service to our mission, it is interesting […]

Volunteer of the Year – Loretta Keaner

At a recent meeting of the Helping Hands Respite Care, our Volunteer of the Year, Loretta Keaner was acknowledged. Loretta started working as a volunteer in January of 2016. Her service to Helping Hands Respite Care has included a weekly commitment to the Adult Day Services program, a monthly commitment to Kate’s Memory Café, and […]

MSU Grant Focus on Caregivers 

MSU Grant Focus on Caregivers  MSU logo represents MSU grant focus on caregivers

  For the past six months Executive Director, John Stauffer, has been serving as a contributor to an MSU Grant Focus on Caregivers, an important alliance for Helping Hands Respite Care. Called the IMPART Alliance, the group was formed to provide critical and anecdotal information for a $500,000 MSU Research Grant process targeting “personal care […]

Memory Cafe – Who Are You?

Memory Cafe – Who Are You? Kate's Memory Cafe, dancing to live music.

Who Are You?  By Katie Donovan “There are four kinds of people in the world: those who have been caregivers; those who currently are caregivers; those who will be caregivers; and those who will need caregivers.”  Rosalyn Carter, former First Lady. These words from Rosalyn Carter made me reflect on the service that I provide […]

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