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What You Should Know About Foodborne Infections

Senior Care in Sacramento CA: What You Should Know About Foodborne Infections

Senior Care in Sacramento CA: As a family caregiver, one of the most important tasks that you have is helping to make sure that your aging parent stays as healthy as possible throughout their later years. While you might immediately think of common illnesses such as cold, flu, and minor respiratory illnesses, it is vital that you understand the potential risk for other severe illnesses.

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ApexCare Volunteers at the Del Oro Cruise Around the World

ApexCare Volunteers at the Del Oro Cruise Around the World

On June 15, 2017, for the 2nd consecutive year, ApexCare was a Food Sponsor for the annual Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center’s largest fundraising activity of the year. This event is called the Cruise Around the World and it is an amazing event where hundreds of patrons, clients, and partners come together to enjoy great food and company as well as to raise money for the organization.

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What Should Family Caregivers Know About PTSD?

Caregivers in Sacramento CA: PTSD stands for posttraumatic stress disorder. It is a psychological disorder that usually affects people who have experienced some sort of violent or traumatic event, such as a car accident, personal attack, or fighting in a war. Most people experience feelings of fear during and after a traumatic event, and those feelings are normal. However, when the feelings do not subside over time, the person may be diagnosed with PTSD.

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