Carrie Fleckenstein of Coopersburg has been promoted to the position of Senior Network Director for Senior Care Services at St. Luke’s University Health Network . In her new role, she will be working to enhance and grow senior care services to serve this growing demographic Network-wide. “The elements of strategically planning for our older adult population as well as the caregivers are very complex,” says Virginia M Wagner, Network Administrator Senior Care/ Behavioral Health.
There are more and more farmers and growers markets in our area. We would do well to take advantage of our locally grown foods. While it is obvious that it helps to eat well and to help our local economy, there are other reasons for eating local foods.
Some of those reasons are listed below:
Locally grown food is more flavorful. When grown locally crops are picked at their peak of ripeness rather than harvested early so that they can be shipped and distributed to retail outlets. Often the produce at local markets has been picked within 24 hours of purchase.
Right at Home was established in 1995, and is a leader in the in-home senior care industry. Our trained caregivers provide quality in-home care for seniors and disabled adults who need some assistance to maintain their independence.
RightCare is Right at Home’s unique approach to home care. It’s our commitment to providing an exceptional customer experience through four distinct areas of emphasis – RightPeople, RightServices, RightApproach, and RightMission. Simply put, it’s our focus on the right people doing the right things the right way for the right reason.
Phoebe Ministries and Comforting Home Care announced a new partnership agreement on July 7, 2016 to provide the highest quality of in-home services to independent Phoebe residents and to people in the greater Lehigh Valley community. Phoebe Ministries has been providing healthcare, housing, and support services to seniors since 1903. “At Home Care is now one more service we are able to offer to our residents and their families,” says Scott Stevenson, President and CEO of Phoebe Ministries. “It allows our independent living and personal care residents the resources to stay in their residences longer, and also streamlines care services and finances to ensure seamless care across the Phoebe continuum.”
A week later Tracy drove to the hospital to pick up Caleb, her new 15-day old son, who had “multiple congenital anomalies.”
Caleb was born a cleft lip and without eyes. He had a feeding tube. Tracy stood by his bassinette while the neonatal intensive care unit physician and staff showed her how to take care of him.
Moving from one place to another is an involved process that may take a lot of time and cause a lot of stress. One way I help reduce your stress is to show you how to declutter your home well before you actually move. I have several techniques and tips to help you declutter - a few of them include:
Give away one item each day. If you simply plan and give away just one item a day and take a year to do it you will have gotten rid of over 350 items. No small feat and it goes a long way to simplifying your life and your move.