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Piedmont Home Care News

Support for People with Alzheimer’s and Dementia, and their Caregivers

On March 6, this country mourned the loss of Dementia & Azheimer’s sufferer and former First Lady Nancy Reagan. In her 94 years, Nancy Reagan made quite an impact on the world, living a life many of us only dream of. She started off her career as an actress in Hollywood, where she met the… Read More

The Importance of Making End of Life Planning

All our lives, it seems like we are constantly planning for the future. When we’re young, we work hard in school and make plans to attend college or start a career. We get a little older and make plans to save up for a home and start a family. Then there are savings plans for… Read More

Team Member Spotlight: Wendy Bowman, Client Service Manager

Wendy started working for Piedmont Home Care, Inc. as a CNA in 2013. After a just a few months with the company, her skills in understanding other people’s personalities and their likes and dislikes led to her moving from a position as a caregiver to working in the office. Today, Wendy takes care of matching… Read More

Our CNAs Make the Difference

When you invite someone to come into your home, whether it’s to help you rehabilitate from a surgery or to provide extended care to an elderly loved one, you want to be sure that the person is qualified and trustworthy. At Piedmont Home Care, we understand exactly what you’re looking for. As a family owned… Read More

Taking Depression in the Elderly Seriously

Getting old can be tough. Many elderly people have outlived their families, their spouse, and sometimes even their children, leading some people to feel lonely and sad. People over age 65 are also more likely to suffer from side effects of multiple illnesses and the medications used to treat them.  Because of these factors of… Read More

Fall Prevention for Older Adults

According to the CDC, fall prevention is important and one out of three people over the age of 65 falls each year, but less than half report their fall to their doctor. Of those people who do go to the doctor, about 700,000 a year are hospitalized, and 95 percent of hip fractures are caused… Read More

Caregiver Spotlight: Patricia Buie

Patricia Buie has a real passion for helping people and being a caregiver. It was obvious to others when she worked in customer service for the telephone company, where she always was willing to take time on the phone to talk people through their problems and make sure they were being taken care of. Her… Read More

Is it just Forgetfulness? Early Warning Signs of Dementia

We’ve all heard someone jokingly say, after forgetting an appointment or losing their keys, “Oh no, I must be getting Alzheimer’s.” For those of usein the medical community, we know this is no laughing matter. But we also know that everyone forgets things once in a while. It’s just a fact of life. Your brain… Read More

Caregiver Spotlight: Sandra Barton

You could say that Sandra Barton, a caregiver for Piedmont Home Care, Inc., is in her second career, but in reality it’s as if she finally found her passion in life. For 25 years she worked for BE Aerospace. It was a good job while she was raising her children, and after the company went… Read More

Helping Veterans Share their Story

The face of Veteran’s Day is changing. Something we’ve noticed over the past few years, when attending various Veteran’s Day events and parades, is that the men and women participating as veterans are younger than we remember from our youth. After our country being involved in a conflict of some sort in the Middle East for over 10… Read More

Caring for the Caregivers

For many people who find themselves in the role of caregiver, they are performing those tasks out of love. Whether caring for an aging parent, a partner with cancer, or a sibling with dementia, it is only natural to want to do whatever possible to keep that person as comfortable as possible. But caring for… Read More

10 Steps to Senior-Proof Your Home

Have you ever heard someone tell their children, “I changed your diapers when you were a baby so you’d be there for me when I’m old?” It might not always work out that way, but many times we find ourselves in a situation where the roles of the family are reversed when it comes to… Read More

Caregiver Resources Help You and Your Loved One

For caregivers dealing with the burden of caring for a loved one, sometimes the hardest thing to cope with is the isolation. You feel like you are all alone, having to deal with the daily tasks of preparing meals, organizing medicines and scheduling doctor’s appointments to the point where your own needs get pushed aside… Read More

Welcome to the New PiedmontHomeCare.com!

Here at Piedmont Home Care, we know that appearances are important. A clean uniform on a caregiver bring reassurance and builds trust with our clients. A clean home not only looks nice, but provides a healthy environment for the entire family. And a meal set out on nice dinner plates and a place mat looHere… Read More

Asking the Right Questions

Remember when you started looking for that first job and began getting calls for interviews? One of the things you are taught is that even though the potential employer will be asking questions,  it’s important for you, the interviewee, to ask questions too. There are many times in life where that same advice comes in… Read More