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About Charter Home Health

Our highly qualified and trained caregivers are ready to help you and your loved ones with a variety of daily activities such as: Caring companionship, Meal planning & preparation, Incidental transportation, Running errands, Light housekeeping, Monitoring of safety while bathing, Assistance with bill paying, and Emergency monitoring. Our personalized services are available seven days a week and can range from a few hours daily to 24 hours and live-in-care. We are fully licensed and insured. Contact us today!

5 Tips to Avoid Caregiver Burnout


Your aging in place elderly mother is chronically ill, so you’ve been serving as her sole caregiver for several months now. But between getting mom to her doctor’s appointments and treatments, and helping her around the house, you hardly have time to take care of yourself. You’re having trouble sleeping, constantly feel stressed-out, and can’t remember the last time you went to the gym. Are you starting to get caregiver burnout?

5 Tips to Avoid Caregiver Burnout2019-10-06T21:25:21-04:00

Keeping Seniors Safe During Inclement Weather


No matter where you live, you’re going to get some nasty weather from time-to-time. Inclement weather can take many forms, including tornadoes, hurricanes, thunderstorms, high winds and heavy snowfalls. Harsh weather can be especially hard on those aged 65-and-over who also live alone.

Keeping Seniors Safe During Inclement Weather2019-09-19T14:33:26-04:00

When It Is Time to Consider Respite Care


Serving as a family caregiver for an aging in place elderly loved one is highly rewarding, but it can also be physically and emotionally draining. The average family caregiver in the U.S. also juggles at least a part-time job and household with their caregiving responsibilities, which makes their lives even more challenging. What follows are some reliable respite care options when it’s time for you to take a well-deserved break.

When It Is Time to Consider Respite Care2019-09-19T14:13:56-04:00

Coping When a Loved One Has Hearing Loss


If you’re currently caring for an aging in place elderly loved one with a hearing impairment, keeping the lines of communication open so you can provide them with the daily assistance they need can be quite challenging. Fortunately, there are several proven ways to do so, starting with these.

Coping When a Loved One Has Hearing Loss2019-08-26T18:03:00-04:00

The Positive Impact of Social Media on Seniors


If you’re serving as a caregiver for a homebound senior, showing them how to more effectively use social media is one way to ensure a higher quality-of-life. In fact, sociologists have studied the positive impact of social media on seniors, and here’s what they found.

The Positive Impact of Social Media on Seniors2019-08-08T08:23:29-04:00