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Daniel E. Straus and CareOne Introduce Bergen County’s Only Dedicated Assisted Living Community: Harmony Village At Paramus
Posted on: November 2, 2017
CareOne Harmony Village at Paramus is a trailblazing assisted living community for the memory impaired, offering innovative memory-care programs designed to help residents maintain the highest possible quality of life, as well as optimal cognitive and physical functioning. The state-of-the-art property will be dedicated to serving those living with Alzheimer’s Disease, dementia and related memory impairments. Harmony Village at Paramus’ accommodations include 124 private apartments and four distinct “neighborhoods” for residents with varying stages of memory impairment, making it the only dedicated assisted living community for the memory impaired in Bergen County.
Posted on: October 30, 2017
Being a senior care provider requires a diverse skill set. The work is rewarding, but also demanding and requires a great amount of patience and care. Despite these challenges, however, many healthcare providers choose to stay in the profession because it is a privilege to be of service to patients and their families, and to help them spend this phase of their lives happy, comfortable, and well-cared for.
Posted on: October 19, 2017
Click the image below to view a gallery of our relief efforts.
Posted on: October 19, 2017
It is safe to say that technology impacts so much of our world.
Thanks to technology, illnesses and medical conditions physicians and researchers weren’t able to cure before are now treatable. It has also made it easier for doctors to accurately diagnose diseases, thus, giving patients enough time to address and find treatment for their conditions.
Posted on: October 16, 2017
As they toured the grounds at Hermanos Melendez, a private hospital located about a 20-minute drive from the capital, a team of 20 health care professionals from New Jersey heard stories of the challenges the hospital is facing while providing medical care on the bankrupt island in the aftermath of two devastating hurricanes.
Posted on: October 13, 2017
Nominate a Hockey Mom!
Do you know a hockey mom that drops everything for their hockey fanatic kid? Nominate them for Hockey Mom Appreciation Program presented by CareOne and they will have a chance to win a NJ Devils VIP Experience!
Posted on: October 10, 2017
Join us as we challenge ourselves and our partners to raise millions to rebuild the star of Puerto Rico
Posted on: September 29, 2017
We understand making the decision to move a senior family member into a care facility is a difficult choice. The transition is often met with resistance by our loved ones, creating a stressful situation for all parties involved. However, there are ways to make this difficult transition easier.
Whether you are seeking a senior care facility to assist a loved one’s medical needs or to promote a healthy lifestyle change, finding the correct facility will open the door to accept the transition and ensure long-term happiness for your loved one.
Posted on: September 22, 2017
Creating Community at Your Senior Care Facility: 4 Things to Consider
Deciding on a senior care facility for a family member or loved one can be a daunting task. Alternatively, as an elder-care company, ensuring you are creating the ideal environment to care for people’s families and loved ones is an immense responsibility
While many options populate the current senior-care landscape, the community is an integral component to maintaining the optimal health and well-being of residents and patients. Elder-care providers need to consider how to cultivate a sense of community among staff, as well as with patients, in order to create healthy, happy living environments.
Posted on: September 14, 2017
Author: Daniel E. Straus
As talk swirls about repealing and replacing Obamacare, President Trump must train his focus on the fundamental error of the ACA, which is the shift in patient care decision-making away from frontline physicians and toward hospitals and insurance companies. Health insurance for everyone is important; however if it comes at the expense of providing quality healthcare to everyone, it is at best a pyrrhic victory. Hospitals are the most expensive and many times inefficient venue for the delivery of care and have contributed to rising costs while also failing to improve the quality of patient care.