Caring for elderly parents can be rewarding but incredibly stressful for adult children, who often have obligations of their own: full-time jobs and children at home, to name a few. Here, we hope to share everything you need to know in a five-minute read. How to help Because of time constraints, it’s very common for… Read More »
At Sante, we provide superior care that focuses on the total well-being of the patient, rather than just their ailment. This is what sets us apart as a trusted leader for rehabilitation services. Sante Home Health and Rehabilitation offers a variety of services provided to patients in the comfort of their home to ensure they… Read More »
Physical changes are not the only long-term effects of a stroke. Your loved one might also experience changes to their emotions, memory, and perception.
People can live for decades with diabetes, but controlling end-stage diabetes can be challenging. While diabetes may not be the overwhelming factor in the decline of their health, it's not uncommon for diabetic patients to also have significant other illnesses such as cardiopulmonary disease, cancer or dementia. Together, these health concerns can cause your loved one to need additional support as the diseases complete their natural progression. Caring for someone with end-stage diabetes often includes less rigorous management of their blood sugar than in the past and more focus on the comfort of the patient and their quality of life.