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May Is National Stroke Awareness Month

National Stroke Awareness Month is observed every May aims to increase the public awareness about the warning signs of stroke, symptoms of a stroke, stroke prevention, and the impact of stroke on survivors, families and caregivers.

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paige wolk
Overture New Team Members Spring 2019

As we look for new, great ways to serve our clients and their families, Overture continues to add wonderful colleagues to our team to fill new roles and streamline processes. We may be biased, but we have the best team in the business! Please meet our new colleagues.

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paige wolk
2018 Overture Home Care Impact Report

When you have the opportunity to do fulfilling, meaningful work, it’s always going to make for a great year, and still, 2018 was one of our best yet. We were able to care for more individuals than ever before, which means that we were able to employ and train more care aides, as well as invest in our communities. Want to see more about our 2018 impact? Check out our report.

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March Is National Nutrition Month

March is National Nutrition Month. While nutrition is important for everyone, it's particularly critical for our seniors - appetites decline, health issues can dictate dietary restrictions, and medications can cause challenges. Overture ensures that our clients eat healthy meals according to their dietary needs and plans. We do the shopping, prepare the meals, and we make sure that Mom or Dad is eating enough. Are you worried about a loved one? Give us a call 24x7 for a free consultation: 817-887-9401.

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paige wolk
Overture Helps Reduce Hospital Readmissions

Did you know that home care can help reduce the instance of hospital readmissions? With services like medication reconciliation and reminders, transportation to and from follow up appointments, nutritious meals, and more, having a caring, trained aide at home can help keep your loved one safely in their home. Are you concerned about a family member going home after a hospital stay? Contact us 24x7 for a free assessment: 817-887-9401.

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Lauren Cockerell
Visiting Your Elderly Parents? Watch for These Warning Signs.

The holidays are upon us, and if you don’t live near your elderly parents, this may be the first time in awhile that you’ve been together. You might notice that mom or dad isn’t quite what you remember. Here are some signs to watch for. If you notice any of these, it may be time for a visit to the doctor, as well as bringing in help for your loved one. Call us if you feel like you and your family could benefit from a free assessment; our phones are answered 24x7: 817-887-9401.

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Physical Therapy in the Fight Against Opioid Addiction

As we age, our mobility diminishes, and the aches, pains, and injuries increase. So, when our blood pressure medication contributes to a fall, and we’re hurt, what do the doctors do? Prescribe yet another medicine. Now there’s another, more powerful, pill to manage, and an addictive one at that, and one that can cause even more catastrophic falls. Is there a solution to this pain > injury > medication loop? Actually, there is.

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Tech in Aging - Should Grandma Get an Apple Watch?

At Overture Home Care, we are always looking for ways to make our clients lives better, and to help their families stay connected with their care. We recently read this Wall Street Journal article about the new Apple Watch Series 4, and one thing in particular caught our attention: the watch’s new feature that detects a fall, and if the wearer does not respond, emergency contacts are notified. Be sure to check out the article and consider if it’s time for your loved one to get a new device. Given its ability to truly detect a fall and contact for help if the wearer is unresponsive, this could change a situation’s outcome from grave to serious.

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Lauren Cockerell
Summer Health Tips for Seniors

For many, the summer evokes memories of vacations, backyard barbecues, pools and beaches, popsicles and watermelon, and more. But, it’s important to understand the unique risks seniors and their caregivers can face. So, enjoy the summer months, but follow these tips to stay safe.

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Lauren Cockerell
Overture Home Care - Our New Brand

At Overture Home Care, we are passionate about helping our clients stay in their homes, fostering independence, maintaining vitality, preventing decline, and providing comfort and companionship. As our company has grown, we recognized the need to evolve our brand to better tell our story about how we serve our clients and their families.

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