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123 Home Care Announces Its Selection to the LABJ’s Best Places to Work

123 Home Care, the leading provider of non-medical home care with 29 locations in California, recently announced its selection to the Los Angeles Business Journal’s 2017 Best Places to Work, a program dedicated to identifying and recognizing the best employers in Los Angeles County. This survey and awards program was designed to identify, recognize and honor the […]


Depression When Facing a Terminal Illness

Everyone will react with grief the moment they are diagnosed with a terminal illness, however being diagnosed with a terminal illness does not mean you should stop living your life normally. Patients and their loved ones should focus on creating beautiful moments with the elderly that will push them to fight the disease that they […]


Insomnia in the Elderly

It’s normal to have a restless night or two when you’re stressed about something. It becomes worrisome when you spend more nights awake than asleep, something that is likely to happen as you age. The lack of sleep becomes a source of frustration that constantly interferes in your lives. The inability to sleep prevents your […]


Helping Your Senior Accept In Home Care
Senior Accepting Home Care

Here at 123 Home Care, we’ve seen a lot our clients struggle with helping their parents or loved ones to accept in-home. This can put a lot of our clients in a tough position since the demands of care can be very overwhelming. The risk of caregiver burnout can put family members and recipients of […]


Maintaining Blood Pressure in the Elderly
Blood pressure

Blood pressure is a major indicator of overall health. High-blood pressure is always a concern as someone who constantly has high blood pressure is more susceptible to having a stroke, heart failure, chronic kidney disease and the damage of arteries which can cause heart attacks. Statistics show that nearly a third of Americans suffer from […]


Most Prominent Infections in the Elderly

Influenza and UTI are common infections that are found amongst people of all ages. When you’re younger, these infections can be easily diagnosed and treated in a matter of days or weeks. However, these infections become difficult to detect in seniors above the age of 65 yrs. and can result in hospitalization and event fatalities […]


Dealing with Angry and Cranky Seniors

One of the most common yet certainly overlooked facets of providing care for elderly people is dealing with their temper issues. We all have seen clichéd photos of seniors smiling and being happy, but it’s possible that a human remains happy all the time. We all get angry, we all have some sort of temper […]


Anxiety in the Elderly
senior adults

Research suggests that anxiety affects twice as many elderly people of depression. According to researchers, generalized anxiety disorder is likely the most prominent mental disorder amongst senior adults. Because there is still no cure for anxiety for the elderly, it needs to be handled through alternate ways. Doctors often assume that anxiety is part of […]


What Steps To Take When Choosing A Non-Medical Home Care Agency
Home Care Agency

When selecting a home care agency for yourself or a loved one it is important to make the right decision as this agency and their caregiver(s) will be an integral part of you and your family’s life. Whether you are looking for short term care while recovering from an injury or procedure, or a long-term […]


Keeping Your Seniors Safe and Healthy During the Hot Summer Months
Seniors Safe and Healthy

Keeping your body within its prescribed temperature limit is a vital biological function which helps regulate your vital organs and helps them in functioning properly throughout the day. Losing excessive amount of heat or excessive warming up are both bad and dangerous for your health. During the summer months, the power of the body’s mechanisms […]


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