Health Care

TRU Community Care and St. Paul’s Senior Services Explore Strategic Partnership to Transform Senior Care Landscape

Lafayette, Colorado (April 18, 2024) – TRU Community Care and St. Paul’s Senior Services are exploring affiliation as two well-established nonprofit healthcare providers in Colorado and California, respectively. Under the leadership of Scott Gresser, President and CEO of TRU Community Care and Michael McHale, President and CEO of St. Paul’s Senior Services, organizational integration would […]

Juniper’s Tequila Lime Salmon Places Second at Chef Challenge

November 1, 2022 (Denver & Lakewood, CO) – One of the most important questions asked by people who are looking to move into a senior living community is, “How is the food?”,” says Cindy Longfellow, Vice President, Sales and Marketing for Juniper Communities. “For many of us, our day centers around eating and the socialization that […]

The Inflation Reduction Act Will Cut Health Care Costs for Coloradans

President Biden believes that health care should be a right, not a privilege. Every American deserves the peace of mind that quality, affordable health insurance brings, and Americans facing illness should never have to worry about how they are going to pay for their treatment or face a choice between buying life-saving medications and putting […]

15 Statistics Everyone Should Know about Diabetic Foot and Leg Amputations

If you’ve never taken a look at diabetic amputation statistics, now may be the time. According to the CDC, approximately 13 percent of adults in the United States live with diabetes, and another 2.8 percent of adults live with undiagnosed diabetes. This amounts to roughly 15 percent or  41.5 million adults who could benefit from […]

Caring Senior Service develops national training program to improve quality of care

The home care company’s GreatCare® certification provides caregivers, staff and franchise owners with the tools they need to elevate their skills ~ SAN ANTONIO, Texas – April 25, 2022 – Caring Senior Service, a non-medical home care services franchise, is now offering caregivers, office staff and franchise owners an opportunity to advance their educational and professional development […]

Ageism in Healthcare – What Does It Look Like?

By Kris Geerken ~ Have you ever been told your health concerns are simply because of your age? Have you ever felt unheard or invisible during a medical appointment? I sure have! This is ageism in healthcare, and it’s a big problem. It may look like this:

Caring Senior Service ranks as top franchise for 2022

The San Antonio-based non-medical senior home care company makes the review’s 17th annual best franchise opportunities for 2022 ~ SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Jan. 20 – Caring Senior Service, a private-duty, non-medical senior home care services company, was recognized as one of the 200 best franchise opportunities in the United States by Franchise Business Review, a market research firm […]

Think You Don’t Have Time to Start Seeing a Primary Care Doc? Think Again!

By Dr. Donna O’Shea, Chief Medical Officer of Population Health Management, UnitedHealthcare ~ As many Coloradoans make health a focus amid COVID-19, one potentially overlooked priority is to establish a relationship – or re-engage – with a primary care physician. Whether you have employer coverage or benefits through Medicare or Medicaid, a primary care physician […]

Creative Eldering – Dec. 2020 – Your Liver

Think of your liver as your personal chemical processing plant.  It lives in the midsection of your body and works 24/7 doing at least several hundred metabolic processes every day.  It processes chemicals, foods, nutrients, your own natural hormones and biological chemicals, pollutants, medications, various toxins, and poisons as they come into your body.  It […]

How COVID-19 May Change A Trip To The Dentist’s Office

By Kyle D. Bogan, DDS ~ As the coronavirus pandemic swept the U.S., state governments mandated that dental offices open only for emergency procedures. But in the coming weeks, some dental practices may resume regular appointments in individual states where businesses considered “essential” are allowed to re-open.

Breathing to Boost Immunity, Balance & Stress Resilience

By Cate Reade, MS, RD ~ When was the last time you paused to take a deep breath?  With coronavirus on everyone’s minds, now is a great time to focus on diaphragmatic breathing because it’s free, easy to do and is a proven method to boost your immune system (1).  Added bonuses: studies show it […]

Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s from a distance

As more and more municipalities enact “stay at home” orders, more and more family members will be separated from loved ones living with Alzheimer’s disease in assisted-living facilities. There are 256,000 unpaid Colorado caregivers who volunteer their time and energy to care for 76,000 Coloradans living with Alzheimer’s, many of them in memory-care facilities that […]

Community Reach Center open throughout COVID-19 outbreak

We at Community Reach Center want the public to clearly know our mental health treatment centers are open, and we will serve them in person. Our mental health services fall into the essential category, and we are purposefully committed to keeping our centers open throughout the duration of COVID-19.

Baby Boomers and Long-Term Healthcare

By Florence Cino, RN & Director of Patient Services for Edison Home Health Care ~ Baby Boomers are in an interesting and precarious position that is unprecedented in modern history. Many people from the baby boomer generation, also called “The Sandwich Generation,” are simultaneously navigating long-term care for elderly parents and a spouse. This is […]