With an aging population and limited quality family support resources, the need for senior care services is increasing and will continue to increase into the foreseeable future. The demand for care options for our elderly and disabled loved ones is growing as many are unable to stay home alone. The city of Houston projects that…

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The advancement of technology continues to play a major role in healthcare not only for clinical providers, but for individuals who want to take control of their own health. Remote care solutions, such as telemonitoring services, have become a game changer in minimizing emergency room visits and hospital readmissions. Modern Vintage understands the importance of…

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Does your elderly loved one use a wheelchair? If so, you might already know how tough it can be at times for them to get around outdoors. The springtime can make things even more difficult. The snow is melting and there is slush everywhere. Getting a wheelchair through this slush and mud can be very…

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If your elderly loved one has dementia, it is important to learn how you can redirect them. People who have this disease don’t have much control, if any control, over their emotions. For example, when your elderly loved one gets angry, they might get aggressive. If you know how to redirect them to a safer…

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With Houston being the largest city in Texas, it makes sense that it has the state’s highest death rate. Averaging about 15,000 deaths per year, several Houstonians, including children, are left in dire need of assistance in dealing with their grief journey.   For over 30 years, Bo’s Place has been Houston’s premier grief support…

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  Black History Month is a time to reflect on parts of history that have helped shape the America we live in today. A time where we can acknowledge the struggle to obtain fundamental human rights. A time where we can admire those that died in the ongoing fight for civil rights. A time where…

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John had been driving since he was 16. Like most teenagers, getting his driver’s license was a monumental part of his early years. It was a sign of independence, autonomy. He was able to take a job, visit with friends, and even go to the mall or to a party as long as he had…

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Without enough water, your senior can very quickly become dehydrated, which can lead to other serious health issues. The problem is that drinking plenty of water isn’t always the most exciting thing to be doing, and your senior might resist. Remind Her to Sip Before She Feels Thirsty Your senior’s thirst response may not be…

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We recently learned of the growing number of homeless families across the Fort Bend County area. According to a study completed by the University of Texas, there are more than 6,000 homeless people in this one county each year – nearly half are children. This edition of our Community Partnership Spotlight belongs to Fort Bend Family…

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  Black History Month is a time where we can reflect on parts of history that have helped shape the America we live in today. A time where we can acknowledge the struggle to obtain basic human rights. A time where we can admire those that died in the ongoing fight for civil rights. A…

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