News — Home State Healthcare
09 Jan

Who Cares For The Caregivers?

blog_69_2From the Columbus Dispatch, an article explaining exactly why we do what we do:

“If the needs of caregivers are not addressed, we, as a society, are compromising the well-being of elders,” said Richard Schultz, a psychiatry professor at the University of Pittsburgh who led the committee that created the National Academies’ report.

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31 Dec

Home Care Resolutions for 2017


Be healthy and happy! The best kind of care is preventative—those we love may be in need for more attention, as they age; however, by eating right, staying fit, watching your weight, monitoring your mental health, and visiting your doctor for regular checkups, you yourself will save your loved ones time, money, and worry by staying healthier, longer.

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09 Dec

“Home State” Hero: Sen. John H. Glenn, RIP (1921-2016)

Sen. Glenn. Photo: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)

John Glenn was an Ohio “Home State” hero, an American hero and, in his golden years, an inspirational example of the benefits engaged and vigorous seniors bring to society.

Glenn was born in 1921 in Cambridge, raised in New Concord, was an alumnus of Muskingum College, served four distinguished terms as a U.S. Senator from Ohio, and was a long-time benefactor of the prestigious public affairs institute at Ohio State that bore his name.

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08 Dec

Advance Directives Can Bring Peace Of Mind

The decisions a person makes regarding healthcare and treatment preferences at the end of life are extremely important.

While living wills and advance directives are vital, the conversations around these decisions and choices are also crucial.

Home State Healthcare recommends meaningful advance care planning conversations with your physician and family members.

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07 Dec

America’s Vets Deserve The Best In-Home Care

America’s veterans—like the heroes who rallied after the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii—are entitled to the the best in-home care.

Unfortunately, even the most deserving don’t always know the extent of the benefits to which they’re entitled.

On this ‘day of infamy,’ Home State Healthcare encourages all veterans, and their families, to explore the benefits offered to veterans in recognition of their service and sacrifice.

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