Let’s not panic. Here are the best ways to keep you and your loved ones safe from COVID-19: Wash Your Hands Regularly. Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. You should especially do this after going to the bathroom, sneezing and coughing, and before eating. When handwashing is not available, […]
A stroke occurs when blood supply is reduced or cut off to part of the brain. The severity and effects of a stroke vary from person to person. Strokes can cause temporary or permanent paralysis to one side of the body, problems with speech and language, vision problems, behavioral changes, and memory problems. Aphasia, the […]
Thanksgiving is about expressing what we are grateful for and appreciating our blessing with our friends and family. We wanted to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Kaerbears Healthcare!
As we age, most of us would like to stay in our homes for as long as possible. For some seniors, this is not possible; however, for others a few adaptations can greatly increase their independence and safety while in the home. Use this checklist to ensure your loved ones’ homes are safe and they […]
Kaerbear’s Healthcare is seeking highly qualified, reliable, and compassionate Home Health Aides to work in the North Miami and Miami areas. We are looking for individuals to provide assistance in daily living and personal care services in patient’s homes. Home Health Aide responsibilities include: Assisting with bathing, dressing, and skin care Hair Care Shaving Toileting […]
Pain Free Delivery Mist Therapy is a painless, non-contact, low frequency ultrasound for an open wound. Promotes Healing A saline mist is used to kill the bacteria on the surface, while stimulating the cells below to accelerate the healing process. It causes an increase of nutrients and oxygen to be brought to the tissue. Supported […]
The holidays can be a fun and joyful time for some, but sad and stressful time for others. Loneliness, unrealistic expectations, and financial troubles can cause anyone worries, but especially people that are prone to depression. Plan Time for Yourself Between all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, make sure you plan time […]
Last year’s flu season was the worst we have seen in years. Here are some things you need to know about this year’s flu season so you and your loved ones can best prepare. When is Flu Season? Flu season is from October to late April/early May. Peak season is typically December through February. According […]
Cholesterol is not inherently bad. It plays a critical role in the formation of cell membrane in the manufacture of hormones; however, when too much cholesterol is present in your body it can become a health risk.
As people age, they will typically take more medication to manage existing health conditions and to prevent new ones from emerging. As the medication list continues to grow, remembering which medications to take each day and how often can become a challenging task. According to the American Geriatrics Society, 30% of seniors in the United […]