Wear Purple with Pride

Alzheimer's is a memory loss condition that is the only leading cause of death without a cure or prevention. In the United States, 5 million people have Alzheimer's or dementia, and 15 million more are caregivers. Learn more about what you can do to spot the signs and provide support.

Caregivers, It’s Time To Take Care Of You

It’s easy to get swept up in caring for your loved ones, especially during a global crisis. Canceled appointments, medication, health safety, and the unknown can take up a lot of your time and energy. But don’t forget to take care of you.

Monitoring Health During COVID-19

While COVID-19 has obvious physical implications for the elderly, it’s crucial to remember it also affects mental health. Quarantine and self-isolation can pose problems for those with disabilities, live in senior communities, and existing health conditions.

POA vs. Guardianship

Being proactive about your financial affairs will save you and your loved ones the stress of grasping at straws from being unprepared.

Stroke Awareness

Someone in the United States has a stroke every 40 seconds. That’s more than 790,000 strokes in the United States each year.

As part of May’s Stroke Awareness Month, Embassy Healthcare is taking part in educating you and your loved ones. Put on your best purple attire and learn more about the potential risks for stroke.

Good Nutrition During COVID-19You’ll need a healthy immune system to combat COVID-19 effectively, and there’s no better way to boost your immune system than with proper nutrition.

Social Engagement During Social DistancingYou’re doing all you can to stay healthy. You’re washing your hands, disinfecting high traffic surfaces, and staying at home. But are you attending to your emotional health? It’s easy to feel isolated while you’re social distancing, but you can still stay connected while you’re at home.

Disinfecting Your Home

Just as it’s essential to wash your hands with soap and water regularly, you should also get in the habit of cleaning and disinfecting your home. Coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads from person to person through respiratory droplets that land on surfaces or uninfected individuals. Whether or not you or a loved one are sick, check out these tips to keep your household safe.

Don’t Take A Risk With Hip FracturesThe risk of hip fractures increases with age. And when you fracture your hip, you put yourself at even higher risk for other health complications.

Breaking a hip often requires surgery and extended rehabilitation. It’s essential to know the risks in your home to keep yourself from taking a spill.

Seniors buying healthy foods at the marketMarch is National Nutrition Month, and Embassy Healthcare wants you to get the most from your diet. Check out our guide to good nutrition and portion sizes. Eating right doesn’t have to be boring. Use these tips as a guide to frame a healthy diet that works for you.