This recipe was submitted by one of our Amish caregivers. A fun twist on traditional cinnamon rolls! This would be great for breakfast along with some eggs, fruit, and yogurt! Ingredients: 2 Tbsp yeast- equal to 2 packs 2 1/4 cups warm water (110-115 degrees) 3 Tbsp sugar 1 tsp salt 3 Tbsp oil of your choice 5 1/2-6 cups flour Directions: Mix the flour and yeast. Add the rest of the ingredients. Roll dough to 1/2 inch thick rectangle and put on a cookie sheet or rimmed pan. S
Jamie is one of our schedulers here at HomeCourt. She coordinates the schedules for our clients and caregivers to make sure our clients get the care they need. She is also continually recruiting new caregivers to join our growing team. She brings a lot of fun to the office! Let us introduce you to her! Tell us about yourself : I am married to a law enforcement officer and I love being a part of the thin blue line family. I have been extremely blessed with two amazing sons.
“A father is someone you look up to no matter how tall you grow.” — Unknown Fathers, grandfathers, and other father figures play a huge role in shaping us into who we are. They are our protectors, supporters, teachers, guides, and heroes. Who we become is molded by what we learn from our fathers in the little moments, when they aren't even trying to teach us something. We are formed by their little bits of wisdom, their guiding hands, and their character. This Father's Day, t
Here are some tips on how to communicate with someone who has Alzheimer's Disease. Never argue, instead agree Never reason, instead divert Never shame, instead distract Never lecture, instead reassure Never say "Remember", instead reminisce Never say "I told you", instead repeat/regroup Never say "You can't", instead do what they can Never command/demand, instead ask/model Never condescend, instead encourage Never force, instead reinforce Try these tips to improve your commun
As we get older, we tend to get a little more forgetful. These changes are normal. When does normal aging turn to something more? What are the signs that it could be the early stages of dementia? The chart below gives some guidelines on what some signs may be. Keep in mind that every one is different, and not everyone with dementia will have these changes. If you are worried about yourself or someone you know, talk to your doctor about your concerns. They can help direct you
June is Alzheimer's Awareness Month. Having some knowledge on what this disease is and how it affects someone can help you better communicate and interact with someone that has Alzheimer's disease. AD is an illness that physically changes and deteriorates the brain and causes people to lose the ability to remember, think, and use good judgment. They gradually have trouble taking care of themselves. Here are some interesting facts: Today, more than 5 million Americans are livi