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Happy Nursing Assistants Week to all our Shorecare employees!

In honor of national Nursing Assistants Week June 17-23, Shorecare would like to extend a special thank you to all of our dedicated care team!  On behalf of Shorecare and our clients, we appreciate you being there to aid our community in a time of need.  Shorecare will be further celebrating our certified nursings assistants…
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Shorecare recognizes Juneteenth

Juneteenth, also known as Emancipation Day, Freedom Day, or Jubilee Day, symbolizes the end of slavery in the United States.  Shorecare would like to recognize the painful moments African Americans have endured in our nation’s past, as well as celebrate the freedom and progress made going forward.  Starting this June 19th, Shorecare will recognize Juneteenth…
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Helpful resources for memory care in Delaware

According to the Alzheimer’s association 19,000 Delaware residents aged 65 and older are currently living with dementia and is predicted to rise.  Many of us know someone in our own family or close friend’s family that have dealt with issues related to memory impairment.  If your family is dealing with Alzheimer’s or dementia you may…
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Covid Vaccine FAQ’s

There are so many questions when it comes to Covid vaccines.  What is a vaccine? Is it safe? How effective is it? Where can i get one? These are just a few questions that people have related to vaccines. Educate yourself about the Covid Vaccines and the many questions surrounding them. Learn more  

Delaware Covid Vaccination Timeline: Who, When & Where

Delaware has changed its timeline and vaccine rollout plan to get the vaccine out to more Delawareans.  Currently, all Delawareans ages 16+ are now eligible for Covid-19 vaccine! Read the latest on when you and your family can get vaccinated.

Yes, ‘Quarantine Fatigue’ is Real, Here’s How to Cope

It’s been more than 2 months since self-isolation and shuttered businesses became the norm in most of North America due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While there’s talk of gradual re-openings in some areas, we still could be more than a year away from life returning to normal.As “quarantine fatigue” takes root, experts say it’s worth checking…
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Happy Nurses Day

Happy National Nurses Day

Happy National Nurses Day! These are just a few of the countless faces that represent our everyday superheroes. This year more than ever we owe our front line workers the gratitude and respect they truly deserve. Please if you know a nurse, take a second out of your day and send them a quick phone…
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How to Protect Against Germs at the Grocery Store

Germs and bacteria can live on surfaces for hours and days at a time, a grocery store can be one of the most high-risk social environments that can leave you and your loved ones vulnerable to all types of unwanted organisms. Here are 10 tips to be proactive on your next grocery store visit! Read…
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Dogs could be the missing link for understanding brain cancer

Dogs have been important to humans as both companions and workers for millennia. Now, they could be vital in the search to find a cure for brain cancer. Diffuse gliomas are a common form of brain cancer. They develop in the central nervous system and affect glial cells in the brain. Doctors find these tumors…
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Having an optimistic partner may stave off cognitive decline

A happy partner may indeed mean a happy life, but what if it helps with physical and mental health in old age, too? A new study suggests that it can do just this. Does your partner see the glass as half full or half empty? Do they tend to expect things to turn out for…
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