Vote ElderHealth At Home in the 2024 Arizona Daily Star Readers’ Choice Awards

We appreciate that ElderHealth at Home is a finalist for Best Community Health and Best Locally Owned Primary Care! Arizona Daily Star 2024 Readers’ Choice Awards Brings You the BEST of Southern Arizona. Discover the magic of Southern Arizona’s most beloved “Best Of” program with the Arizona Daily Star’s Readers’ Choice! Vote the standout businesses […]

Practice Lifestyle Balance

Practicing lifestyle balance is a way to minimize stress and improve well being. Consider the ways in which you pay attention to your health across these four domains.  Continue the practices you are already using as listed under each heading and consider trying something new on the list.  Add your own ideas to the list […]

Turn Up the Tunes! Using Music to Keep Your Mind Sharp

Music occupies a unique and profoundly meaningful position in human existence. It weaves through our neurons, forging connections in the brain to emotions, memories, and knowledge. Additionally, music has demonstrated remarkable abilities in enhancing cognitive function. Enhancing Memory Research has shown that listening to music, particularly classical compositions, can stimulate areas of the brain associated […]

ElderHealth’s Mother’s Day Gift Guide

The ElderHealth team came up with some thoughtful gifts so you wouldn’t have to stress about what to get mom for Mother’s Day. Gift Recommendations for Mother’s Day Dr. Corinne Self’s Mother’s Day Gift Ideas Brittany Wagner’s Meaningful Gifts For Grandma Melissa Koon’s Gift Cards And Experiences For Mother’s Day Melissa Koon, NP recommends to treat mom to an […]

How to Provide Personal Care to the Cognitively Impaired

Caring for someone with cognitive impairment presents unique challenges, requiring careful consideration and awareness. It’s crucial to approach our loved ones, clients, or patients with the utmost respect and dignity, while exercising patience and empathy. In this blog, we’ll explore effective strategies and tips for providing personal care with compassion and effectiveness. Transitions Providing advance […]

Celebrate the Joy Pets Bring to Our Lives

As I’ve visited patients in their homes over the years, three related thoughts have occurred to me:  1) How lucky I’ve been to not only meet so many wonderful people, but also to meet their wonderful companions. 2) How thoroughly enriching life with these animals has been for those who live with them.                                                3) How […]

Neuroaesthetics: The Intersection of Art and Brain Science

In the late 1990s, Semir Zeki, a neuroscientist in London coined the term “Neuroaesthetics” to define his research regarding the intersection of art and brain science. Neuroaesthetics is a rapidly growing body of science and art that offers a new perspective on well being, managing anxiety, stress and many other conditions.  I had not heard […]

Increasing Level of Care. Is It Time? 

Guidance and Support Our ElderHealth team frequently receives inquiries and actively engages in educating, guiding, and supporting our members and their families regarding the following questions related to caring for someone diagnosed with a neurocognitive disorder. “How do I know when it is time to make a change to the amount or type of formal […]