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How Can Senior Care Help During the Early Stage of Alzheimer’s Disease?

Senior Care in North Haven CT: The early stage of Alzheimer's disease is often referred to as mild Alzheimer's disease. Beginning senior care for an elderly loved one during this stage can set up a smoother transition to the later stages.

April is Stress Awareness Month: Are You Showing Signs of Caregiver Stress?

Caregivers in Wallingford CT: We’re willing to bet that if we asked you a question about your aging family member’s health, you’d have a ready answer. What if we asked you how you’re doing?

What Are the Best Ways to Help Your Senior Adjust to Not Driving?

Home Care Services in Southington CT: It's difficult to no longer be able to drive, especially if your senior has been able to drive for most of her life.

How Elder Care Can Help Seniors with Arthritis

Elder Care in Cheshire CT: Arthritis is a common condition, affecting about 50 million people in the United States having one of the more than 100 kinds of arthritis.

Can Your Aging Adult Combat Loneliness if it’s Difficult for Her to Get Around Easily?

Elderly Care in Cromwell CT: Limited mobility doesn't have to mean that your elderly family member's social experiences are just as limited.

Successful Legislative Breakfast

Sister Suzanne Gross, FSE, Administrator, Franciscan Home Care and Hospice Care, Deborah Hoyt, President and CEO, Connecticut Association for Healthcare at Home and Christopher LaRiviere, Executive Director, Franciscan Ever There Care, at the recently held Legislative Breakfast hosted by the CAHH.

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Franciscan Ever There Care
273 Finch Ave
Meriden, CT 06451
(203) 630-2881
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"I couldn’t do without Franciscan Ever There Care. I feel like each and every homemaker I’ve met is like one of my daughters. They treat my house and my belongings like they were their own. They are all so wonderful and they make me happy." - J. L.